Nate Diaz thinks the UFC is still firmly in Conor McGregor’s corner, event hough Nate soundly defeated the Notorious One in the main event at UFC 196. Is it Nate’s perception, does he have some sort of persecution complex, or is he onto something? Shouldn’t the UFC be throwing a little shine on Nate since he knocked off The Golden Boy and has seen his popularity skyrocket?
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Matthew and Edson talk about UFC 196, Conor McGregor, Ronda Rousey, Holly Holm and other stuff.
Ted talks about how the UFC may have lost millions because of the loss Conor McGregor suffered at UFC 196.
Ted talks about rumors that Floyd Mayweather gave Nate Diaz a million dollars to tapping Conor McGregor.
Ted talks about the fallout of UFC 196 wherein Nate Diaz might get a crack at Robbie Lawler at UFC 200.
Please due to inactivity Chan Sung Jung is ineligible for the rankings. Also previous rankings are in parenthesis: Top 10 MMA Featherweights (1/14/16) 1) Conor McGregor (1) Conor McGregor will be moving back down to featherweight after his loss to Nate Diaz at UFC 196. However, he is still hoping that a title defense will earn him a title shot at lightweight, but his loss to a top lightweight questions it. 2) Jose Aldo (2)
If this last weekend demonstrated anything it’s anything can happen in MMA. Here are the reviews and previews: Reviews: UFC 196: McGregor vs. Diaz The UFC hosted an event at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on Saturday, March 5th on pay-per-view: Welterweight Nate Diaz def. Conor McGregor Submission (rear-naked choke) 2 4:12 Women’s Bantamweight Miesha Tate def. Holly Holm (c) Technical Submission (rear-naked choke) 5 3:30 Light
Ted talks about what will probably happen at UFC 200 between Conor McGregor and Jose Aldo.
Please note that due to inactivity Jon Jones and Anthony Pettis are ineligible for the rankings this month: Top 10 P4P Fighters (2/4/16) 1) Demetrious Johnson (1) Demetrious Johnson is now officially set to face Henry Cejudo at UFC 197 next month in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Olympic gold medalist might in face be Johnson’s greatest challenge at the present considering their skill levels. 2) Robbie Lawler (2) There is no news as to when Robbie Lawler will most
McGregor’s aura of invincibility is shattered — thanks to Nate Diaz’s chin, hands and BJJ. Conro took the first round, opening up a cut on Nate, but Nate came back in the second, landing combos on Conor that had him wobbly. Then a desperation takedown by Conor was his undoing — Nate quickly got mount, Conor gives his back and Nate sinks in the RNC for the tap.