In Defense of Conor McGregor

(Guest editorial by Ben Sutherland) Following the announcement that the mega-fight between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor has finally been inked, many people have been quick to write McGregor off. The fight makes good business sense, no one expects him to win, and so a loss is minimally damaging to his reputation. Regardless of the outcome, he will come away showered in praise for taking a risk and will have a fat check in his back pocket. However, McGregor certainly doesn’t want to lose on the biggest stage of his career and isn’t just going to…

BJ Penn’s Knee to the Face UFC Knockout of the Week

BJ Penn’s Knee to the Face UFC Knockout of the Week [embedded content] (Courtesy of UFC) Before BJ Penn returns to the Octagon at UFC Fight Night Oklahoma City on Sunday, check out his last-second, knee-to-the-face knockout of Sean Sherk back in 2008. TRENDING > Gennady Golovkin: Mayweather vs. McGregor is Big Business, Not Boxing Follow MMAWeekly.com on

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