Duffy: McGregor Wins or Loses Mayweather Fight in First Four Rounds

Joe Duffy is one of the three fighters to have beaten Conor McGregor. The former professional boxer managed to beat McGregor through submission in 2010. He has gone through McGregor and his style of fight in a close manner so as to predict the upcoming fight with Floyd Mayweather.

Duffy says that McGregor is more than capable of causing an upset against the unbeaten boxer, who is widely regarded as one of the best in the world. Mayweather is unbeaten in 49 fights. He has always been viewed as the complete package, as he is capable of mixing it as per the demands of the situation. Read more »

Mayweather set to make $8.3 Million for Each Minute against Conor McGregor

Floyd Mayweather has never been shy from disclosing the wealth that he possesses. Apart from brandishing the army of luxury vehicles, mansions, and private jets, the 40-year-old global superstar also regularly puts up financial figures of his fights.

Mayweather v McGregor is one of the highly anticipated boxing fights of all time. It has already been called as the ‘billion dollar fight’ since it will bring in more than $1 billion in total revenue. Mayweather has now revealed that he stands to make $300 million from the fight. Read more »

GARBRANDT REGRETS INJURY, WISHES TO FIGHT DILLASHAW SOONEST

The bout between Cody Garbrandt and T.J. Dillashaw was supposed to hold in Las Vegas, Nevada on July 9, 2017 and was expected to co-headline UFC 213.


However, due to a troubling back injury, Garbrandt has been forced out of his Bantamweight title fight.

The injury is a few years old and has been a big issue for the fighter since his mixed martial arts (MMA) career. However,he has undergone a stem cell treatment in Germany at the request and expense of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC).

Thankfully, the treatment has helped with the pain but Garbrandt admits that he is yet to heal enough to fight anytime soon. The fighter who spoke during a recent appearance on “The MMA Hour” noted that he would not like to prolong the fight all because of an injury.

“The last thing I want to do is prolong the fight because of an injury. T.J has an ass-whooping (coming) and I want to be 100-percent to give T.J. a 100-percent ass-whooping.

“I won’t be satisfied going in 60-percent and still whooping his ass. I don’t want to give him a 60-percent ass-whooping, I want to give him a 100-percent ass-whooping like he deserves.” he said. Read more »

DOMINICK CRUZ GIVES ADVICE TO RONDA ROUSEY

Dominick Cruz, former UFC Bantamweight Champion has something in common with Ronda Rousey, former UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion.


That common factor is that during the UFC 207, they both went down defeated by their various opponents. For Cruz however, it was worse as he lost a title that night.

Cruz has some advice for Rousey, who currently is in the midst of two fight losing streak. His advice however, is from his own life experience.

Speaking on The Joe Rogan Experience, Cruz said: “We’re all putting so much into this one thing that we think that is our everything.”

He wants her to put more energy into loving herself than the fighting career.

“It sounds cheesy, but if you put all that energy towards loving yourself and not the fight career, the fight career will still be there just as heavy as it is. She’s using the fighting as her identity. With that championship belt, she is Ronda Rousey, the Ronda Rousey,” he added. Read more »

CRUZ REGAINS UFC BANTAMWEIGHT TITLE

UFC’s exciting fighter Dominique Cruz has finally returned to the Octagon after a Lengthy injury spell left the well acclaimed UFC fighter on the sideline for almost four years.


Despite his long time out, the sensational fighter has completed and an extraordinary comeback by reclaiming the bantamweight title he relinquished due to injury.

Cruz, who won the fight against his fierce rival T.J Dillashaw by a split-decision endured a strong finish from his opponent in a match that lasted for five enthralling rounds in Boston.

After the match, one may say, Dominick Cruz ended his injury nightmare by stunningly reclaiming his bantamweight championship from T.J Dillashaw on a now famous Sunday night.

The returning Cruz walked gallantly into the arena as though he hadn’t spent years nursing an injury that confined him to the treatment table. The incredible fighter matched his opponent Dillashaw step-for-step in a nip-and-tuck contest, eventually claiming a split decision to win the contest. Read more »

Sterling’s Views On Cruz

Dominic Cruz has been preparing to defend his title against his opponent Urijah Faber and Ajamain Sterling is all prepared for his showdown on 29th of May with Bryan Caraway.


The player has got his eyes on the opponents. As far as Cruz is concerned, he has always performed brilliantly to come on top. He has a tough style of figuring out and not many have been able to solve the puzzle like him since he achieved his title in 2010. Looking at the performances of Cruz and his reputation as a fighter, Sterling is extremely pleased with the idea to match himself with Cruz to play the next battle.

Although Cruz suffered from knee injuries over the last 4 years, he has not shown any sign of weakness and still has the ability to compete with his opponents. As per Ajamain Sterling, Cruz will show his best performances despite of Faber being in the best of physical shape and looks motivated to take the rubber match victory. Dominick Cruz has always been a smart and strong fighter and Sterling has endless appreciations for him. Sterling feels that Cruz will make it to victory and he likes to watch his fights as he looked up to him. So, he is quite excited to be fighting with Cruz to ensure that he wins the world title by defeating one of the strongest fighters.
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