UFC news round-up daily: Conor McGregor vs Khabib Nurmagomedov rivalry reignites, UFC star fighter calls out Floyd Mayweather, Islam Makhachev and Khabib set to visit India, Jiri Prochazka makes a massive revelation
UFC news round-up daily: Conor McGregor vs Khabib Nurmagomedov rivalry reignites, UFC star fighter calls out Floyd Mayweather, Islam Makhachev and Khabib…
UFC news round-up daily: Conor McGregor vs Khabib Nurmagomedov rivalry reignites, UFC star fighter calls out Floyd Mayweather, Islam Makhachev and Khabib set to visit India, Jiri Prochazka makes a massive revelation. Here is a detailed UFC news round up, For UFC News updates with InsideSport.IN
UFC News round-up: Conor McGregor vs Khabib Nurmagomedov rivalry reignites
A slight jab from Conor McGregor’s former adversary, Khabib Nurmagomedov, prompted Conor to lash out at him. The Russian recently insulted the Irishman in front of a crowd during a public event, which was overheard. Khabib started by bragging about how his colleagues have won the lightweight division championships in the UFC and Bellator. The current UFC champion is Islam Makhachev, and Usman Nurmagomedov, Usman’s cousin, is the current Bellator champion.
“We currently have the lightweight champions from the UFC and Bellator. This is incredible, this is incredible. I overheard a person say once, “We’re coming to take over,” a long time ago. But we are here to take over, Khabib remarked.
Conor McGregor responds after Khabib Nurmagomedov references one of McGregor’s memorable lines. pic.twitter.com/fWuMNMDia9
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McGregor responded to a video of the comment released on social media after clearly understanding the message. I fight on!” Conor tweeted in a quotation. You gave up and fled, brother, so your father’s plan never gets finished. Blessed be. If you want to leave again, I’m still here. However, you’ve already lost because of your fear of failure. Whatever you do, could you not run from it? In the end, we all lose. All of us pass away. God is the only thing I fear.
UFC News round-up: UFC star fighter calls out Floyd Mayweather
Sean O’Malley wants to fight with Floyd Mayweather in an exhibition boxing match, and has dubbed it the “biggest fight” if the UFC gives him the chance. ‘Sugar’ talked about a number of issues pertaining to his UFC career in an interview with ESPN MMA. Sean O’Malley chose Floyd Mayweather without hesitation when asked who his ideal opponent for a hypothetical exhibition match would be.
Floyd “Money” Mayweather, without a doubt, 100 percent, he stated. It is the biggest battle. Floyd is in. Floyd’s work is fantastic. Going out and attacking these YouTubers still strikes me as amusing. I find that to be humorous. Apparently not just YouTubers. I do, however, adore what Floyd is doing. He boxed a few kickboxers and other things.
UFC News round-up: Islam Makhachev and Khabib set to visit India
According to reports, in 2023, Khabib Nurmagomedov and current UFC lightweight champion Islam Makhachev will travel to multiple cities in India. The number of UFC fans in India has grown significantly, and many support “The Eagle” as their favorite fighter. Khabib Nurmagomedov and Islam Makhachev, on the other hand, will arrive in India with different objectives.
Khabib Nurmagomedov and Islam Makhachev will represent MMA in India to begin their cooperation with EmChain. Islam and Khabib are visiting India, but no specific date has been made public. They should arrive by the second quarter of 2023, though. Towqeer Gilkar, the CEO of EMChain, spoke with the media about the upcoming intentions to introduce Islam and Khabib to India.
UFC News round-up: Jiri Prochazka makes a massive revelation
Jiri Prochazka, the UFC light heavyweight champion, revealed significant revelations while discussing his experience after isolating himself from food to prepare for his rematch with Glover Teixeira at UFC 282. With only 28 seconds remaining in the fifth round, Prochazka startled the world at UFC 275 earlier this year by submitting the Brazilian jiu-jitsu expert.
In an interview with ESPN MMA, Prochazka provided some information regarding his rematch preparations. The 30-year-old tells how he lives by the samurai code and how seclusion gives him mental fortitude: “One thing, it’s about searching your inner power. Inner power in the quiet places where you can take power from your mind, from the concentration, and show it in the cage. I’ve done this many times, and it’s part of my training.”