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Loudmouthed contender making fun of a Brazilian champion every chance he gets? Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) featherweight phenom Conor McGregor, who is expected to fight Jose Aldo for the 145-pound strap at UFC 187 in May, has drawn comparisons to Chael Sonnen, primarily for his constant heckling of "Junior" (sample). But UFC 183 headliner Anderson Silva (via Combate), who dealt with Sonnen on two separate occasions, doesn't see it that way. "Jose Aldo said what we needed to hear. We hav read news >>

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Conor McGregor jumped the cage to confront UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo following his second-round victory over Dennis Siver at UFC Fight Night 59, but Combate, the UFC’s partner in Brazil, used that footage to build a different scenario. Watch McGregor run away from Aldo in this amazing quick promo for the anticipated 145-pound bout, posted on Aldo’s Instagram. The promo says "Can't run away (McGregor). He (Aldo) will get you." read news >>

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Watch a promo where the UFC's broadcast partner in Brazil made it look like Conor McGregor was running away from Jose Aldo. "I don't know, I just seen his skinny Brazilian head, and I knew they flew him over there, and he's sitting there front row," he said. "They thought I was going to see my girlfriend. They must have thought I was a romantic. But I was going to kill that little Brazilian" That was Conor McGregor explaining why he scaled the fence and ran towards Jose Aldo immediately after hi read news >>

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It's easy to see where Conor McGregor gets it. While we all love Greg Jackson, it's refreshing to see a coach open up a bit more on some prickly issues. Thursday, SBG Ireland head trainer John Kavanagh penned a piece for The42.ie touching on a few of the biggest storylines emerging from Sunday's UFC Fight Night event in Boston. In preliminary action, SBG welterweight Cathal Pendred scored a controversial unanimous decision victory over Sean Spencer. UFC president Dana White called the decision ' read news >>

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Vote now in the Bloody Elbow Baddest Tournament to determine the Greatest MMA Striker of All Time. Today's match-up: #1 Jose Aldo vs #3 Shogun Rua. Vote now! It's true folks, #1 seed Anderson Silva defeated #5 seed Demetrious Johnson. I know, I'm as stunned as you are. Silva mauled Mighty Mouse, 63-6. With that win, we wrap up the Sweet 16 and move on to the meat of the tournament and the Elite 8. Silva rounds out the field, and will take on the controversial #2 seed Bas Rutten next week. Today, read news >>

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Conor McGregor continued his climb up the UFC featherweight rankings with his dismantling of Dennis Siver at UFC Fight Night in Boston last Sunday. The latest UFC rankings release was all about the featherweight division. Conor McGregor's defeat of Dennis Siver on Sunday earned him a title shot and another bump up the top 5, while Siver was removed from the top 10. Dustin Poirier's decision to move back to lightweight will likely see him continue to move down the ladder until he's completely unr read news >>

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While the mixed martial arts world continues to buzz about Conor McGregor’s impressive stoppage of Dennis Siver at last weekend’s UFC Fight Night card in Boston, the betting world still favors UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo over the outspoken Irishman. read news >>

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Bleacher Report lead mixed martial arts writers Jonathan Snowden and Jeremy Botter have banded together—much like a modern-day version of the Justice League—to take on the most important questions facing the MMA world. Welcome to The Question. Now that Conor McGregor has proven he's got legitimate star power, setting ratings records on Fox Sports 1, a new question comes to the fore. Will he prove to be equally as devastating in the cage as he is at the box office? He's established himself as a l read news >>

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While the mixed martial arts world continues to buzz about Conor McGregor’s impressive stoppage of Dennis Siver at last weekend’s UFC Fight Night card in Boston, the betting world still favors UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo over the outspoken Irishman. read news >>

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Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) featherweight kingpin Jose Aldo will defend his 145-pound strap against new No. 1 title contender Conor McGregor, in what is already being billed as the biggest fight in the history of the division. And he'll do it as the 9/5 favorite (-180). That's according to the opening line over at Bovada, which pegs "Notorious" as a 3/2 underdog (+150). They're already penciled in for a headlining title fight at the upcoming UFC 187 pay-per-view (PPV) event in May (more read news >>

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UFC featherweight Ricardo Lamas discusses the upcoming title fight between Jose Aldo and Conor McGregor. read news >>

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BOSTON -- Ricardo Lamas addressed the media Sunday during UFC Fight Night: McGregor vs. Siver. He told reporters that he did not believe Conor McGregor could beat Jose Aldo, how he wanted to be the one in the fight with McGregor on Sunday and how his upcoming bout with Chad Mendes is for the real No. 1 contender spot. read news >>

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Unless it's for a fight, "Junior" won't dare step foot inside the eight-walled cage. Shortly after putting the screws to Dennis Siver on FOX Sports 1 (watch it), Conor McGregor got up close and personal with Jose Aldo, jumping the cage to confront the featherweight champion at UFC Fight Night 59 last night (Sun. Jan 18, 2015) in Boston, Massachusetts. See it again here. Like the champ he is, Aldo looked unfazed and simply laughed at Conor's antics, showing that regardless how hard "Notorious" tr read news >>

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Conor McGregor wasn't the only fighter heading into UFC Fight Night 59 with a featherweight title shot hanging in the balance. So too, was former division No. 1 contender Frankie Edgar, who climbed his way back to the summit with three straight wins, and stood at the precipice of a Jose Aldo rematch if Dennis Siver could upset the apple cart and derail the "Notorious" hype train. It wasn't even close (watch it). That means Edgar will have to take another bout in the interim, but also cautioned M read news >>

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