McGregor willing to face Faber prior to Aldo, Mayweather's latest potshot at Rousey
- The Ultimate Fighter is known to have a fight between the two coaches, but the TUF 22 is an exception. McGregor wouldn't be facing fellow coach Urijah Faber as he is scheduled to face Jose Aldo in a super fight at UFC 194.
Conor is one of the biggest draws in MMA right now and he is part of TUF just to spike up the ratings after which he would be moving on to the Aldo fight in December. When asked about him not fighting Faber, he said that he would love to shut Faber up in the first round in Dublin, his hometown, before facing Aldo.
He was at his cocky best and says. “Really, it would be nice to have a fight at the end of it. We could easily fit a fight in on the Dublin card in October. I could go in and make light work of Urijah, I could maul him inside one [round] and be fresh. And then we could do the Jose [Aldo] fight towards the end of the year."
The UFC is next heading to Dublin which is known for shutting down when the UFC or Conor is in town. UFC Fight Night 76 would be next with Poirier vs Duffy headlining the event and Miocic and Rothwell also on the cards.
Conor is not keen on being on the next season of TUF but says he has embraced his role because of the ‘life he chose’.
- The feud between Floyd ‘Money’ Mayweather and Ronda Rousey continues with Floyd giving it back to ‘Rowdy’.
He couldn't miss out on an opportunity and says. “Big bank take little bank.” “Let's play and see how much money you got. Last time I checked I was No. 1 on Forbes. She will never be at my status. Keep trying to get publicity." Here is ‘Money’ making his bed which would give you an idea about Floyd.
He was at a rare media open workout on Wednesday to give the combat sports media a glimpse at his preparations for his next bout against Andre Berto (30-3) on Sept. 12, 2015 inside MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.