Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) watched its biggest star (so says this guy) get knocked out last month in Australia (see it), thanks to a dominant performance from new women’s bantamweight champion and former boxing titleholder Holly Holm.
Yes, it was “tough to watch.”
The good news is, UFC still has another top attraction in Conor McGregor, who fights Jose Aldo for the undisputed featherweight championship in the UFC 194 pay-per-view (PPV) main event on Sat., Dec. 12, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
To that end, “Notorious” has no intention of ending up like Ronda Rousey, and will take all the pre-fight nonsense and “push everything away” once he steps foot inside the Octagon.
“Still the mind,” as he told reporters during Wednesday’s media scrum (via MMA Fighting):
“I know there was problems. I can’t really see her situation. I don’t know her situation. From looking from where I was at, I could see that maybe she’s doing a little too much on the media side. That coupled with personal life that I don’t know about, maybe could’ve hampered her training a little bit. Maybe could have hampered her mind. And then the particular style of ….View original article
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