Billionaire Richard Branson Face Off with Conor McGregor

Richard Branson and Conor McGregor Face Off

Richard Branson and Conor McGregor Face Off 

Enough of the rumors about The Notorious one. We bring you a legitimate news from Conor McGregor who has accomplished another feat outside of MMA. While I know that most of you are waiting for the official announcment on when Conor will be back in the cage, unfortunately we do not have that imformation just yet, instead we bring you a video of Conor McGregor and Billionaire and owner of Virgin Group of Companies’ face-off with the Notorious himself.
Pendulum Summit in Dublin’s Convention Center, Conor McGregor was awarded by Richard Branson a Lifetime Achievement Award and after the light ceremony both men had a little fun and put their shirts off to the delight of the crowd.

Conor McGregor Could Be In Trouble, Floyd Thinks So

Conor McGregor Allegedly Punched a Member of the Irish Cartel and May have a 900,00 bounty on his head!

The Notorious one is proving to be exactly what he is called not only inside the cage but also outside as there are reports that Conor McGregor could have done too much and may have encountered his match outside the cage. Connor is known for his boastful approach and allegedly punched a member of the Irish cartel that now put a bounty on his head. 
Floyd Mayweather, I already fucked you up in 2017 and now they about to fuck you up in 2018. You’re about to start a new year with a bang. 

Conor McGregor has not returned to the cage since 2016 when he last fought Eddie Alvarez, his last action was a foray in boxing that earned him a lot of cash but lost to Floyd Mayweather in so far his first and only professional fight in boxing. There have been a lot of rumors on his next fight but while that has made the news, this recent rumor about his involvement with the cartel has made rounds as well.

Paulie Malignaggi Furious After Photo Leak; Quits as McGregor Sparring Partner

Former 2-division world champion and now boxing commentator Paulie Malignaggi quits as Conor McGregor boxing sparring and partner and was furious after sparring session photos leak.

Connor McGregor sparring with Malignaggi leaked photo

 Malignaggi made it clear that the cause of the knock down was a push.

“I wanted to be part of this event, but I didn’t want to become the story and that’s what this has turned into,” Malignaggi told ESPN. “I won’t release any information about his game plan or what he’s working on — I wouldn’t do that. But this has become a fiasco. It’s a circus. And I do want that sparring video released. The UFC’s PI definitely has that video. I understand it can’t come out now, but Conor, if you have any balls, release what really happened.”

“There was a pushdown yesterday. Conor on the inside, he can get a little rough. He shoved me down, you know, but no knockdowns. Obviously, 12 rounds, you’re gonna see there’s a mark on my face. Very, very hard work for both of us. I was starting to get in a groove in the middle rounds, starting to land some good shots. Conor really came on strong in the end. It was back and forth.”

UFC Lightweight champion Conor McGregor hired Malignaggi last month as a sparring partner ahead of his fight with boxing superstar Conor McGregor on August 26th at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas Nevada.

Paulie Malignaggi Reacts to McGregor was KOd in Sparring: That was all B.S.

Former 2-division world champion and now boxing commentator Paulie Malignaggi reacts to rumors that Connor McGregor was KO’d in a boxing sparring.
“That was all B.S. stuff. I think when these reports first came out, he was just returning from a press tour in Europe. The person who was saying that, Jessie Vargas, that he saw Conor get knocked out. That was physically impossible. Conor arrived in Las Vegas that Saturday, it was 2-3 weeks ago. Saturday he arrived and that Sunday the interview with Jessie Vargas came out. He said Conor got knocked out, which is physically impossible unless Conor was flying 14 hours and then sparring the same day,” Malignaggi told The Rich Eisen Show.
Also, another thing is, we train at the UFC headquarters and its very private so nobody can come in. You are not going to get anybody out there who doesn’t belong in the gym.”
Connor McGregor hired Paulie Malignaggi as his sparring partner ahead of his clash with Floyd Mayweather on August 26th at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas Nevada.

NSAC Will Not Break The Rules for the Mayweather-McGregor Fight

Earlier, Floyd Mayweather Jr. stated that his opponent Conor McGregor can wear an 8 oz boxing gloves of his choice.
“Don’t believe what you hear in the media. Don’t believe what you hear on blog sites. If it’s not coming directly from me, then it’s not true. I’m telling McGregor, ‘Let’s fight in 8 oz gloves.’ McGregor can fight in any brand he prefers or chooses. I’ll be wearing 8 oz Grant gloves. Whatever advantage McGregor needs to feel more comfortable in the ring, I’m willing to accommodate. Let’s give the boxing and MMA fans what they want to see,” Mayweather stated.
But the the Nevada Athletic Commission will not break the rules for the fight.
“These regulations are in place for the health and safety of the athletes, which is of the utmost importance to the commission,” Bennett told ESPN. “Our regulations already outline the appropriate glove size according to contracted weight of a fight.”
Boxers above Welterweight limit use 10-ounce gloves. Mayweather and McGregor is set to fight at super welterweight/ junior Middleweight limit of 154 pounds. Mcgregor is used to fighting in 4 OZ gloves when fighting inside the octagon.

Mayweather – McGregor mega fight will take place on August 26th at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

Carl Froch Warned Mayweather not to Underestimate McGregor

Former world champion Carl Froch now working as boxing analyst and commentator for Sky Sports warned Floyd Mayweather Jr. not to underestimate Conor McGregor on their upcoming fight on August 26th at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas Nevada. 
“Anybody who knows anything about boxing doesn’t give Conor McGregor a chance,” Froch told Sky Sports News. 
“I thoroughly expect Floyd Mayweather to win, but he’d better not let the world of boxing down. I hope he wins it for boxing but this is an amazing event and I can’t wait for it. McGregor’s got to land something, a punch, quite hard and hurtful early on to be within any chance but anyone who knows boxing isn’t giving him a chance. This is a Mission: Impossible.” 
“McGregor is 29 against a guy who is 40 – a little bit older than me – and he’s been retired for a couple of years. You really do ‘feel’ you’re retired, you become civilised and soft and you lose that fighting mentality. Floyd has brittle hands, so how is the training camp going to go? I am just looking for some positives for Conor here and Mayweather isn’t the Mayweather we know from two, three, four, five years ago when he was the best of the best. We are just going to have to wait and see.”

Brandon Rios on Rumors he KOd McGregor in Sparring: "I don’t even know who the guy is!"

Last weekend, fans has gone crazy about the rumor that Brandon Rios KOd McGregor in sparring session it started when boxer Jessie Vargas claimed that McGregor got knocked out whilst in sparring with Rios.
“This guy got knock out in sparring. We were hearing stories” said Vargas during his interview to Villainfy Media. “The boxing world is small so it’s a small circle”

However, Brandon Rios has responded to rumors during his video interview with ES News.

Watch the full interview here:

No man Vargas is f***ing about. I never met that motherf***er, I know nothing about him. I’ve never met that motherf***er but I’d like to spar him.”

“I don’t even know who the guy is honestly. Even though I watch MMA I don’t know who he is”

McGregor Vs. Mayweather – THE STORY SO FAR (Press Conferences BEST BITS)

MOTIVEDIA: The best bits of the Mayweather vs McGregor press conferences for the money fight have been arguably the most hyped and dramatic we have ever seen. For the first time, Floyd Mayweather has taken a backseat while Conor soaks up the limelight by trying to humiliate the American. But all this said and done, will it save him come fight night?

McGregor “May Pick” Pacman if Money Won’t Step Up

UFC Superstar Connor “Notorious” McGregor recently expressed willingness to fight other boxers, including Manny Pacquiao, if Floyd Mayweather Jr “craps his jock”. In a video posted on Instagram by @thenotoriousmma, Connor was shown shadow boxing while uttering instructions to an unnamed protégé of his, along is a caption that reads:

Here is a reply video I sent one of my protégés who was seeking advice on some boxing only pad work footage they sent me. I believe you will like it. The focus has been solely boxing lately but make no mistakes, the kicking and grappling aspects, and everything else got to do with unlimited free fighting, is still very much present in my thoughts. Floyd may crap his jocks after all and if so I will go back to true fighting or just pick another boxer like manny or something. But whatever that’s another conversation.”

The Irish phenom is notable for speaking his mind all too often and such statement must be taken in a tongue-in-cheek manner. But if both fighters seriously decide to make the fight happen, there stands an impediment.
Promoters have attested to Mayweather and his camp’s notoriety to push for absurd demands in already strenuous negotiations for big money fights, but  this time around, it has been reported that the UFC, where McGregor is contracted to, have forced the talks to a standstill. Unverified reports also say that  UFC demands a huge chunk of McGreggor’s purse apparently to dissuade their fighter from the negotiations. Jeff Mayweather, Floyd’s uncle, has been quoted in an interview with Milan Ordoñez of SB Nation saying the organization wants 80% of Mcgreggor’s purse:

“80-20 percent,” Mayweather said. “(Conor) would have to take 20 percent, if he’s allowed to fight. And the one thing is that Dana’s his boss. He’ll still make more money than he ever did, but at the same time, that’s very tough pill to swallow.”

Pundits speculate that this move by UFC shows their unwillingness to lend their fighter for fear of not seeing their biggest star walk the octagon again after earning a hefty amount of money. The fight is rumored to generate $1 billion in revenues and could earn Mayweather and Mcgreggor a guaranteed purse of $100 million and $75 million respectively. 

Mayweather’s million dolla’ offer to McGregor

The possible mega fight between Floyd Mayeather Jr and Connor McGregor might finally take place depending of course, on Connor McGregor’s response.

Floyd Mayweather counters Connor McGregor’s demand of $100 million dollars, claiming that they are on the “A side and $100 mill was his guaranteed number”.

In his latest interview with ESPN, Money Floyd says he is offering McGregor $15 million dollars to make the fight happen.

Check out the video courtesy of ESPN- First take and watch Floyd Mayweather talks about the possibility of the mega fight.




UFC featherweight world champion, “The Notorious” Conor McGregor , returns to action on August 20, as he looks to avenge his loss to Nate Diaz  at UFC 202 inside Las Vegas’ T Mobile Arena. Ahead of the much-anticipated welterweight bout, we look back at some of McGregor’s most iconic quotes, which have helped transform him into one of the sport’s most polarizing athletes.

“I said football stadiums. I said world titles. This is what I said and this is what is happening. It’s a beautiful thing when you have the ability to predict the future, and that is what I feel I have.”
January 2015 ahead of McGregor’s UFC Fight Night Boston bout against Dennis Siver.
“We’re not just here to take part….we’re here to take over.”
July 2014, following McGrgeor’s win over Diego Brandao at UFC Fight Night Dublin.

“These custom-made suits aren’t cheap. This solid gold pocket watch, three people died making this watch. I need to put people away. I need those big fights. I’m going to end up in debt pretty fast.”
August 2013, UFC Fight Night Boston post-fight press conference following McGregor’s win over Max Holloway.

“The only weight I give a f*** about is the weight of the cheques and my cheques are super-heavyweight.”
February 2016, ahead of McGregor’s bout with Nate Diaz at UFC 196.

“I am cocky in prediction. I am confident in preparation, but I am always humble in victory or defeat.”
September 2014, following McGregor’s win over Dustin Poirier at UFC 178.

“I own this town, I own Rio de Janeiro, so for him to say that he is the king and I am the joker, if this was a different time, I would invade his favela on horseback, and would kill anyone who wasn’t fit to work, but we’re in a new time, so I’ll whoop his ass instead.”
March 2015, ahead of McGregor’s scheduled bout with Jose Aldo at UFC 189.

“There are two things I really like to do and that’s whoop ass and look good.  I’m doing one of them right now and on Saturday night, I’m doing the other.”
August 2013, ahead of McGregor’s bout against Max Holloway in Boston.

If one of us goes to war, we all go to war.”
September 2014, in-Octagon interview following win over Dustin Poirier at UFC 178.

“Trash talk? Smack talk? This is an American term that makes me laugh. I simply speak the truth. I’m an Irish man.”
April 2015, as told to Esquire magazine ahead of UFC 189.

“Timing beats speed…precision beats power.”
December 2015, following McGregor’s win over Jose Aldo at UFC 194.
“Me and Jesus are cool. I’m cool with all the gods. Gods recognize gods.”
January 2016, ahead of McGregor’s scheduled bout with Rafael do Anjos.

“You’re damn right I’m in it to make money. This is prize fighting, I’m in it to get rich; fast. And then I’m in it to get out.”
September 2014, as told to Setanta Sports.

“The only approach I changed is I dug the grave a little bit wider. A little bit longer for Nate’s skinny, fat, long body.”
March 2016, ahead of McGregor’s bout with Nate Diaz.

“I didn’t even grapple to get a brown belt! I must be the best brown belt on Earth!”
September 2014, after McGregor was awarded a jiu jitsu brown belt

“I should create my own belt. I am, in myself, my own belt. It doesn’t matter if its featherweight, lightweight, welterweight. It’s the McGregor belt. That’s it, I’m fighting for my own belt.”
February 2016

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Irish Ninja vs American Ninja!

The much anticipated title bout between the reigning welterweight champion Rafael Dos Anjos vs Connor McGregor was forced to be canceled due to foot injury that Dos Anjos suffered during the last stage of his preparation for UFC 196.

As expected “Cowboy” Cerrone and his camp were quick to express their willingness to take the fight at a short notice. Donald “Cowboy “Cerrone who just came from a 1st round submission victory is known for taking and winning a short notice fights.
Another good named came out, the former welterweight champ, Showtime Pettis! This would have been an epic stand up fight had this fight pushed through.
Now!! Looks like the fan made promo video made an impact “somehow” to make it official!Nate Diaz vs Connor McGregor was officially announced by Dana White himself Tuesday evening!
 The ultimate fighter winner vs the current featherweight champion. Both are good in stand up and can definitely jujitsu their way off victory! 

As Nate Diaz once said, American Ninja vs Irish Ninja! Who you got?

5 Reasons Why We Think Rafael Dos Anjos Will Beat Conor McGregor on March 5

Why We Think Rafael Dos Anjos Will Beat Connor McGreggor
Conor McGregor, the money maker and the fighter fans want to see in the cage will be front and center once again on March 5 in one of the most anticipated and historic events in the UFC. He moves up 10 lbs heavier to the lightweight division to challenge the man  he called a traitor to his own country of Brazil, Rafael Dos Anjos.
Conor McGregor with his outlandish style has been the talk of the MMA universe. He has captured the imagination of fans and whether you love him or not, you don’t want to miss watching his fights as these will surely be as spectacular from the press con to the actual event, event the post fight interviews. 
Winning 15 straight in a row and having a record of 19 wins with 2 losses, the current featherweight champ of the UFC hopes to hold to two championship belt by defeating Dos Anjos and also acquiring the lightweight belt. If by chance he wins on March 5, it will be the first time in UFC history for a fighter to hold two division championship at the same time.
Rafael Dos Anjos is confident however that McGregor will lose on the faithful night of March 5. Dos Anjos is no stranger to big fights and loud-mouthed opponents. He also had a winning streak of his own with 5.  A veteran of the UFC, Dos Anjos holds a record of  25 wins and 7 losses, but don’t let the record fool you. Rafael Dos Anjos has shown that he can rumble with the best and rise above the occasion. Dos Anjos in an interview said he will humble McGreggor.
The highly anticipated fight on March 5 will surely be an epic night as it will also headline another crowd favorite match up between Holly Holm and Meisha Tate but what we are really looking forward to is the showdown between Dos Anjos and McGregor.


5 Reasons Why we think Conor McGregor will be humbled by Rafael Dos Anjos.
1. Gaining weight might affect his speed
Moving up from 145lbs to 155lbs division will do something to your body and while we would all hope that McGreggor would be bigger and stronger, I doubt if he will be as fast as he was when he was still fighting 10 lbs lighter. There is not much difference between their size and it’s true that Conor had fought bigger guys but none of them like Dos Anjos.
2. Getting punched by a heavier man
Conor McGreggor’s two losses came in a form of submission. Perhaps, he can really take the punches of the featherweights and maybe those punches really don’t bother him. During one of the conferences, he belittled everyone by saying that the division punches like a little girl.

We would see about that on March 5. Getting punched by a heavier guy might spell the difference between him being aggressive inside the cage and him being more defensive.  It could change his style or strategy after getting hurt. It’s true that he got a lot of heavier sparring partners during training but on fight night, Dos Anjos will not hold anything back and will take it to him, full on.

3.  Volume Punching of Dos Anjos
Dos Anjos, The Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt has a solid game on the ground that would be really advantageous but we feel that his aggressiveness on stand up, volume punching and ability to put his opponents against the cage can ultimately change the complexion of the game and McGreggor may be put on uncomfortable positions.

4. Being Too Proud
All that is too proud must be humbled. Over the years the confidence of McGreggor grown into something that is no longer good for the sports. His disrespectful antics against other fighters and his belief that he is invincible could backfire on him and send him back to earth.

5. This is the UFC anything could happen

We know that he holds two belts when he was still fighting under a different promotion but this is the UFC, fighters are no pushovers and anything could happen, just look at what happened to Ronda Rousey.


This is just my take but if you want to know what the experts and what the rest of the people think, you can visit other Sports website or different gambling site like William Hill. You would see the odds of the fight and you can ultimately pick who you think would win.
You know where our money is at. Dos Anjos via early submission if not, it would be a decision in favor of the Brazilian.
Who do you got?

Nate Diaz Explicit Challenge to Conor McGregor after wining against Michael Johnson

Nate Diaz had a few choice words for Conor McGregor after defeating Michael Johnson in a unanimous decision at UFC on FOX 17

“F*ck that,” Diaz said. “Conor McGregor, you’re taking everything I worked for, mother f*cker. I’m gonna fight your f*cking ass. You know what’s the real fight, what’s the real money fight — me. Not these clowns that you already punked at the press conference. Ain’t nobody wants to see that. You know you can beat them already. It’s an easy fight. You want the real sh*t. Right here.”

Watch Conor McGregor verbally antagonizes every weight division

Hahahahaha watch how Conor McGregor verbally antagonizes everyone from all weight divisions.. 
I LOVE this guy.. he says what he feels, backs himself 100%, works extremely hard and intelligently, dedicated to his craft, and knows how to manipulate peoples emotions… reminds me of Ali
love him or hate him Conor McGregor is a genius.. – by Kit Dale

#conormcgregor #ufc

Aldo still plans to face Mcgregor on UFC 189

Aldo has a bone bruise to his rib and a cartilage injury following a training accident this week, according to a UFC statement. The UFC said it has received confirmation from “several doctors” that Aldo did not suffer a broken rib. Despite this he still plans on healing up fast and fighting Connor Mcgregor this UFC 189. UFC however, has other plans on there own. If at worst case Aldo cant fight Chad Mendes (17-2) is ready to take his place. 

Mendes just got a big “W” from his previous fight against Ricardo Lamas last April 4 and is the current number 1 contender on the featherweight division.

Only time will tell if Aldo can recover fast enough for the most anticipated UFC 189 on Saturday June 11 .

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UFC 189 to be or not to be?

Jose Aldo is bruised, but not broken, according to an official update from that was just released.

“In light of recent reports regarding the status of UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo, UFC has received official medical confirmation from several doctors that Aldo did not suffer a broken rib. Following a review of the scans, it has been determined that the champion suffered a bone bruise to his rib and cartilage injury during training. With this news, Aldo has expressed that he has every intention of facing Conor McGregor at UFC 189.”

That’s awesome news; however, UFC 189 is little more than two weeks away and all indications are that Aldo is currently in “deep pain” 

If, for whatever reason, Aldo is unable to regain full form or suffers another setback preparing for “Notorious” ahead of showtime, UFC has tapped Chad Mendes to serve as its “contingency plan.”