Conor Heun received some very good news about his recent medical bills, but still made a major decision regarding his future in the sport of mixed martial arts. read news >>
The last 9 months have been anything but kind to Strikeforce fighter Conor Heun, who now sits on the precipice of a possible retirement and mountain of debt all because he dreamed of being a fighter. read news >>
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Ryan Couture didn't mind hearing that he was an underdog going into his fight with Conor Heun because it meant a win would mean that much more. read news >>
In the toughest fight of his career to date, Ryan Couture got a visceral taste of Eddie Bravo's grappling system three years ago as an amateur.
Couture's next opponent, Conor Heun, is one of Bravo's prized students and should be an even bigger threat on the mat.
But the Strikeforce welterweight told MMAjunkie.com Radio that he's nothing like he was in his early days and looks forward to testing his skills against his more experienced opponent.
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After suffering back-to-back losses for the first time in his career, Strikeforce lightweight Conor Heun has taken steps to ensure his return to the promotion this Saturday will go differently. Read More >> read news >>
Sometimes a coach has to talk tough to their fighters to get them to listen. While Conor McGregor has quickly risen up the UFC ranks to a title shot and MMA stardom, his career wasn't always so clear cut. Back in his teen years he stopped going to the gym and stopped training, to the point that his mother was apprently calling up his coach, John Kavanagh, and asking him to get Conor motivated to get back in the gym again. He did, and judging by the results, it must have been a hell of a phone ca read news >>
LAS VEGAS — If you ask Miesha Tate the question—the one question everybody wants to ask—she'll give you an honest answer. "Do you want to fight Ronda Rousey again?," you ask. Of course she does. The answer is yes and will always be yes, because Tate and Rousey are linked, bound together for as long as they both shall fight. It was Rousey who used Tate to springboard her way to stardom by first verbally assaulting her and then physically repeating the process by submitting her to win the Strikefo read news >>
Conor McGregor's dismantling of Dennis Siver headlined UFC's third career trip to Boston on Sunday night (Jan. 18, 2015). Let's take a look back at some of the memorable moments from the UFC Fight Night 59 card from "Beantown." Conor McGregor's run has only just begun. And make no mistake, he is a star. The Irish featherweight has been in our heads, lives, and articles since he came on the scene in April 2013 and for all who hate the "The Notorious" one, he is not going away any time soon. You c read news >>
On episode 4 of UFC Embedded, headlining featherweight Dennis Siver reflects on his career journey to facing Conor McGregor. read news >>
You may not know it from the ads and the pre-fight chatter, fight fans, but there's another man involved in the UFC Fight Night 59 main event in Boston on January 18 besides the 16-2 Conor McGregor. While the Irishman has dominated the media coverage and soundbites in the lead-up to the event, Dennis Siver (22-9, 1 no-contest), the No. 10-ranked featherweight in the UFC, will be at the TD Garden Arena, too, and he's not looking to lay the railing for McGregor's hype train. He's looking to derail read news >>
As 2015 dawns, no one wants to move on from 2014 more than Louis Gaudinot, who understandably describes the year gone by with just one word: “frustrating.” read news >>
Former Strikeforce lightweight crowd favorite, Conor Heun tweets about his experience with Zuffa via Twitter. Over the last few weeks, the UFC brand has been taking fire over some controversial issues, namely the Reebok deal, CM Punk's strange signing and the class action lawsuit being filed. With more and more fighters popping up on various forms of social media, podcast interviews and forum posts, a strong case is being made with fans that might have been on the fence about who to support, the read news >>
Damacio Page hopes his recent career resurgence will be enough to earn a second chance in the UFC – this time as a flyweight.Filed under: AXS TV Fights, News, UFC read news >>
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Which is why Sanchez would even consider dropping to featherweight to face "Notorious." Conor McGregor gets under a lot of people's skin With his outspoken, take-no-prisoners attitude, "Notorious" has made more enemies than friends in his first years with Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). But, it's not like he's in the hurt business to make buddies. Among the many included in the laundry list of fighters who have felt Conor's verbal wrath is Diego Sanchez. The fiery Irishman has already thre read news >>