Conor McGregor's Threat To Nate Diaz Ahead Of The Potential Trilogy Fight

Tricia Pearson
October 9, 2017

"Tony's the interim champion, Conor's the champion, that's the fight that makes sense".

New interim champ: Tony Ferguson.

"Where you at McNuggets?" he yelled into the mic.

Tony Ferguson vs. Kevin Lee - for interim lightweight titleDemetrious Johnson vs.

Nevada State Athletic Commission director Bob Bennett announced that as long as Lee was cleared to continue cutting weight by a doctor, the 25-year-old would be given an additional hour to shed the remaining pound.

Winning streak: Demetrious Johnson.

Ferguson vs Lee will headline UFC 216 and "El Cucuy" would appear to have gained a significant early advantage over "The Motown Phenom", with Ferguson getting a big headstart on his rehydration thanks to Lee's weight dramas.

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There were concerns that Nate Diaz might get the first crack at McGregor's title in order to settle the series that's tied at one win apiece.

Then, Ferguson wrapped his legs around Lee's head and neck and squeezed, forcing Lee to tap out 4 minutes, 2 seconds into the round. He went and partied in Ibiza for a while and then went home for a while. "I just knew I had to weather the storm and he was going to keep using that energy, so I pissed him off more so that he would use it". "He was slippery (when applying the finishing squeeze) but I just used textbook (skill)". The staph infection was a little too much for me to handle.

McGregor has always insisted he will make the trilogy fight with Diaz and end the rivalry between the pair.

Wearing "Vegas Strong" shirts, issuing powerful words and gathering defiantly in the face of the recent mass violence here, UFC fighters and fans sought in the event to demonstrate the city's resilience in light of the tragedy.

Demetrious Johnson successfully defended his flyweight title for a record-breaking 11th time, stopping Ray Borg by armbar submission at 3:15 of fifth round Saturday night at UFC 216.

Johnson's historic victory came by a stunning armbar submission of No.3-rated flyweight Ray Borg.

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