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@Jar­lath (Jar­lath Re­gan)

Can’t get over the vi­o­lence af­ter the McGre­gor fight. I hadn’t seen any­thing like that since about 30 sec­onds ear­lier.


Conor McGre­gor’s UFC come­back de­scends into a mass brawl af­ter Khabib Nur­magome­dov claimed a fourth round win via sub­mis­sion


‘He talked about my re­li­gion, my coun­try and my fa­ther’ – Nur­magome­dov ex­plains why he at­tacked McGre­gor team


Dana White says Khabib Nur­magome­dov could be stripped of UFC Light­weight ti­tle and may not get paid for UFC 229 vic­tory


Conor McGre­gor needs to for­get the myth he has built around him­self and con­cen­trate solely on his next fight. Any­thing else is a gam­ble he can’t af­ford to take.


What’s next for Conor McGre­gor? Here are six op­tions for the Dubliner af­ter his hu­mil­i­a­tion at UFC 229 @guardian_s­port In the last six months, Conor McGre­gor has faced prison, taunted his op­po­nent’s re­li­gion, coun­try and fa­ther, and been com­fort­ably beaten by a su­pe­rior op­po­nent. Some­how, it’s plau­si­ble to ar­gue he has walked away a win­ner.

Brawl that you can't leave be­hind: Conor McGre­gor

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