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UFC Lightweight Title Fight This Saturday!

Tags: Conor McGregor, Eddie Alvarez, MMA, UFC.
Posted on Friday, November 11, 2016 by "T".

UFC Lightweight Champion Eddie Alvarez (USA) will seek to defend his crown against UFC Featherweight Champion Conor McGregor (Ireland) this Saturday at UFC 205 inside Madison Square Garden in New York City.

Bookmakers hold McGregor, who has the chance of becoming the first fighter in UFC history to hold two titles in two weight classes at once, as the favourite to win the fight, but many MMA fans believe that it will be Alvarez who comes out victorious. Also, many people betting on the match believe that it will be over in less than 1.5 rounds.

 


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9 comments for "UFC Lightweight Title Fight This Saturday! "

 pochui11/11/2016 9:35:24 PM GMT
well have to admit that i am not very much into this boxing stuff unless i have to punch some kid in the face and take away his lunch money when i am out of cash and in desperate need to have a reunion with alcohol. best of luck to those who will try to make some cash while betting on this event.
 bowie198411/12/2016 12:09:04 AM GMT
I thought McGregor finished his MMA carrier after his latest fiasco, which was everything but a success for him after all those hype he got during the months, now he is in the octagon again. I would not back him this time, he stayed here for the money.
 doubletop77711/12/2016 9:24:05 AM GMT
I have never been into the Ultimate Fighting, i am more of a traditional boxing fan, but even i am excited about this fight. For what its worth, i think that Conor McGregor will win
 TheMachineQC11/13/2016 6:08:56 PM GMT
The card was amazing, even with Rashad Evans vs Tim Kennedy and Cowboy Cerrone vs Kelvin Gastelum out of the prelims because of the New York State Athletic Commission.

But still, the card delivered with great action and important fights in many divisions. Conor McGregor has REALLY impressed me this time. Alvarez was no joke, he's been champion in 4 different organizations and had a record of 28-4... Crazy how Mcgregor made him look like an amateur with his left cross so quick even bruce lee would be proud.
 bowie198411/14/2016 1:02:14 AM GMT
Posted by TheMachineQC:
Conor McGregor has REALLY impressed me this time. Alvarez was no joke, he's been champion in 4 different organizations and had a record of 28-4... Crazy how Mcgregor made him look like an amateur with his left cross so quick even bruce lee would be proud.

Not all the time, but most of the time UFC not failing to deliver quality entertainment tbh. I like this sport more by every month.
 TheMachineQC11/14/2016 8:33:45 PM GMT
Posted by bowie1984:
Posted by TheMachineQC:
Conor McGregor has REALLY impressed me this time. Alvarez was no joke, he's been champion in 4 different organizations and had a record of 28-4... Crazy how Mcgregor made him look like an amateur with his left cross so quick even bruce lee would be proud.

Not all the time, but most of the time UFC not failing to deliver quality entertainment tbh. I like this sport more by every month.


Well, I would say that the more you know about a sport, the more it becomes interesting to analyze the matchups and the little details that make athletes win consistantly. It's a very tough sport and they know that with the 4 oz. gloves they can get knocked out cold at any time... Sometimes it can make some fighters hesitant, especially when they're fighting a guy they know is very dangerous/explosive. Kind of like the Tyron woodley/Stephen Thompson fight where the champ really didn't want to engage at all in the stand up departement. And considering Thompson was 57-0 in pro kickboxing before he started MMA its probably a good idea ^^
 bowie198411/15/2016 1:04:20 AM GMT
Posted by TheMachineQC:
It's a very tough sport and they know that with the 4 oz. gloves they can get knocked out cold at any time... Sometimes it can make some fighters hesitant, especially when they're fighting a guy they know is very dangerous/explosive.

Yeah, makes me wander how could they allow for post-teenagers or even teenagers to do this sport. Many contries have amateur MMA match-ups to many different age categories. It's madness in a weird way.
 TheMachineQC11/16/2016 4:15:16 AM GMT
Posted by bowie1984:
Posted by TheMachineQC:
It's a very tough sport and they know that with the 4 oz. gloves they can get knocked out cold at any time... Sometimes it can make some fighters hesitant, especially when they're fighting a guy they know is very dangerous/explosive.

Yeah, makes me wander how could they allow for post-teenagers or even teenagers to do this sport. Many contries have amateur MMA match-ups to many different age categories. It's madness in a weird way.


Yeah I agree if it was my kid (if I had one) doing this I would have my reservations... lol

The most dangerous strikes are regulated but still, a very serious injury can happen at anytime with the flying knees (like we saw in bellator this year, gui with forehead cracked by a knee), neck cranks could also be dangerous. But In the end I'm not sure if it's more dangerous than the repeated blows to the head in boxing (sure the gloves are bigger but it also means more hits) or the car crashes (literally) happening in the NFL...
 mascona11/24/2016 1:30:03 AM GMT
Come on, You can also break your hand playing online poker .... especialy when you play at PokerStars vs. Russians Big Smile

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