UFC superstar Conor McGregor has challenged Duo the owl, official mascot of language-learning platform Duolingo, to a no-holds-barred straightener in the octagon.
The two-division UFC champion from Ireland is known for taking on any challenge, be it Khabib Nurmagomedov, Floyd Mayweather Jr or the whiskey business. And having being forced to stay at home for the past few weeks due to the coronavirus pandemic, McGregor,...
UFC president Dana White has confirmed UFC 249 is back on, claiming he has secured a nearby habitable planet to host all events for the foreseeable future.
White had been hoping to secure a private island to host UFC 249 and other weekly events while the coronavirus pandemic continues to keep the rest of the world on lockdown, but his unique idea was dead in the water after ESPN and Disney told him it was impossible.
UFC star and current pound-for-pound number one Jon Jones has once again proven he is a cut above the rest, implementing a genius plan to avoid the COVID-19 virus by getting himself sent to prison.
While most mixed martial artists are stuck at home with their families and still risking their health, Jones, known as much for his brushes with the law as his fighting prowess, decided the best way to ride out the coronavirus pandem...
After weeks of uncertainty arising from the coronavirus outbreak, Dana White has confirmed the long-awaited blockbuster fight between Khabib Nurmagomedov and Tony Ferguson will be going ahead via the UFC 3 video game.
With sporting events being cancelled or postponed across the world due to fears surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, it was expected that UFC 249, to be headlined by the two number 1 and 2 lightweight fighters...
UFC star Conor McGregor is in trouble once again after assaulting a group of shoppers in a Dublin supermarket for refusing to add a bottle of Proper Twelve whiskey to their coronavirus-induced panic shop.
According to reports, the Irish fighter and two-division UFC world champion visited his local Tesco supermarket in his hometown of Crumlin in Dublin yesterday to purchase some supplies in light of the recent coronavirus outbre...
In light of the recent coronavirus outbreak, UFC star Jon Jones is preparing for a potential self-isolation stint by stockpiling cocaine, it has emerged.
Like millions of others disturbed by the news that coronavirus might require them to self-isolate for weeks or even months, the UFC's ever-controversial pound-for-pound number one has taken the initiative and started to gather supplies.
With almost every major sport being cancelled or postponed due to coronavirus fears, men everywhere are being forced to go shopping with their wives this weekend, it has emerged.
The deadly virus sweeping the globe has put a halt to most major sporting events for the next few weeks, including the Premier League, the ATP tennis tour, the NBA, Formula One races, all PGA Tour golf events and so on.
Boxing superstar Floyd Mayweather has said he would be willing to return to the ring to fight coronavirus, but only if he's paid a mega purse of $1billion.
The undefeated, former five division world champion retired back in 2017 after beating Conor McGregor in the UFC star's professional boxing debut. For that fight, Mayweather Jr, whose record still stands at 50-0, reportedly made an incredible $300million.