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4:49 PM ET Conor McGregor came into 2020 saying he wanted to treat the year like a season and fight at least three times following a lengthy layoff. That remains the plan, according to his longtime coach John Kavanagh. McGregor knocked out Donald Cerrone in just 40 seconds in the main event of UFC 246
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3:16 AM ET Jeff Wagenheim When Conor McGregor stepped into the Octagon on Saturday night, it had been 1,163 days since he had last felt the exhilaration of having his arm raised in victory. Add just 40 more seconds to that, and the dry spell was over. McGregor has always operated in style, from his
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12:38 AM ET LAS VEGAS — Everyone was looking for Conor McGregor‘s left hand. Instead, it was his left leg. McGregor cracked Donald Cerrone to the chin with a left head kick in the opening seconds of their UFC 246 main event fight Saturday night at T-Mobile Arena. The end came soon after. In his
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12:57 PM ET LAS VEGAS – For all the questions coming into the highly anticipated fight between Conor McGregor and Donald Cerrone, making weight was not one of them. And both hit their marks with ease Friday morning at the Palms Casino Resort. McGregor hit the scale at 170 pounds and Cerrone was 170 ahead
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9:54 PM ET LAS VEGAS — Conor McGregor walked out on stage, shook hands with UFC president Dana White and then turned to opponent Donald Cerrone. There was no pull-apart confrontation or bottles flying like previous promotional events. Instead, McGregor extended his hand and exchanged pleasantries with Cerrone. That was how the rest of the
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4:06 PM ET Former UFC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis is in the process of suing the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency for an injury he says he suffered while providing the agency a urine sample immediately before a fight against Nate Diaz in August 2019. According to Pettis, USADA, which oversees the UFC’s year-round anti-doping program, requested
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10:32 AM ET As Conor McGregor nears his return to the Octagon, the thought of having another high-profile boxing match — whether it’s a rematch against Floyd Mayweather or a bout against Manny Pacquiao — is something he believes will become reality. “I’d like to rematch Floyd,” McGregor said in a wide-ranging interview that aired
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