UFC News Round Up: Conor McGregor begins mocking Michael Chandler, Canelo Alvarez gives a massive update on Nate Diaz fight, UFC 284 Makhachev vs Volkanovski details, Indian fighter Anshul Jubli plans to become UFC champion by 2026
UFC News Round Up: Conor McGregor begins mocking Michael Chandler, Canelo Alvarez gives a massive update on Nate Diaz fight, UFC 284…
UFC News Round Up: Conor McGregor begins mocking Michael Chandler, Canelo Alvarez gives a massive update on Nate Diaz fight, UFC 284 Makhachev vs Volkanovski details, Indian fighter Anshul Jubli plans to become UFC champion by 2026. Here is a detailed UFC News round-up for today. Follow the latest UFC News Updates with InsideSport.IN
UFC News Round Up: Conor McGregor begins mocking Michael Chandler
Recently, Michael Chandler spoke with ESPN about his upcoming fight with Conor McGregor. It didn’t take Notorious long to respond to the words, as he published them on his official Twitter account along with a laughing emoji, clearly dismissing the American’s forecast.
— Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) February 5, 2023
Chandler’s “Mystic Mike” interpretation of the ESPN piece, which sparked such a reaction, was featured. In it, he predicted that the Irish boxer would be knocked out in the second round. Of course, he’s making fun of McGregor and his previous “Mystic Mac” prophecies by labeling it a “Mystic Mike” prediction.
Canelo Alvarez gives a massive update on Nate Diaz’s fight
Canelo Alvarez has not ruled out a boxing matchup with former UFC champion Nate Diaz. After choking out Tony Ferguson in his final match in September, the former UFC fighter, who had a very successful career, left the organization. The native of Stockton is currently targeting several lucrative boxing battles. He has been linked to some of the greatest names in the sport, including Alvarez and rising sensation Jake Paul.
Canelo Alvarez responded concisely, telling Inside Fighting: “Although we’ll never know, Nate Diaz isn’t currently on my radar. Not right now; I have goals. Perhaps in the future, but not at this time.” After needing hand surgery after defeating Gennady Golovkin in a trilogy, Alvarez is currently sidelined.
UFC News round up: UFC 284 Makhachev vs Volkanovski details
Alex Volkanovski, the current featherweight champion, will move up to lightweight to take against Islam Makhachev, the current 155-pound titleholder, in an attempt to join the promotion’s prized “champ champ” club. Additionally, while “The Great” takes care of business at lightweight, featherweight contenders Yair Rodriguez and Josh Emmett square off for the interim featherweight title.
— UFC (@ufc) February 6, 2023
UFC 284: Makhachev vs. Volkanovski Full Fight Card
- Islam Makhachev vs. Alexander Volkanovski – Makhachev’s UFC lightweight title
- Yair Rodriguez vs. Josh Emmett – UFC interim featherweight title
- Jack Della Maddalena vs. Randy Brown
- Justin Tafa vs. Parker Porter
- Jimmy Crute vs. Alonzo Menifield
- Tyson Pedro vs. Modestas Bukauskas
- Joshua Culibao vs. Melsik Baghdasaryan
- Shannon Ross vs. Kleydson Rodrigues
- Jamie Mullarkey vs. Francisco Prado
UFC News round up: Indian fighter Anshul Jubli plans to become UFC champion
Anshul Jubli, an Indian, has come a long way thus far. From having his opening fight in the 2022 season of “Road to UFC” called off to ultimately taking home a convincing victory in the championship round. The DM, which the fighter has now admitted to using, was a little demonstration of his willpower that eventually assisted him in reaching the sport’s premier level.
Indian fans now have even more to be excited about after Dana White’s speech was made public, as he also contained some excellent information for the year 2026.
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The Lightweight revealed in his post how he had spoken with the UFC president in 2021 and given him a commitment that an Indian fighter would compete in the organization by 2023. Jubli showed his confidence in his following statement, which asserted that a champion would exist by 2026. The caption also made clear this self-confidence.