Conor McGregor has enlisted Greens and Proteins in Las Vegas as his exclusive “nutrition partner.”
UFC President Dana White posted a photo of himself with Donald Trump as the two watched UFC 244 together in the private green room Madison Square Garden on Saturday night.
The league was formed in 2017 when a group of investors turned what was the World Series of Fighting into the tournament-style PFL.
The confrontation occurred April 6 at The Marble Arch Pub in Dublin, the website said.
The subscription service will be the sole point-of-purchase for UFC pay-per-view broadcasts under an agreement announced Monday.
In the main event, Khabib registered a submission with a neck crank of McGregor at 3:03 of the fourth round to keep his UFC lightweight title. Then the fun really began.
The league was formed when Donn Davis, Mark Leschly and Russ Ramsey bought the WSOF in 2017 for $25 and rebranded the organization into a tournament style — think March Madness in a cage — league. The PFL landed two-time Olympic judo gold medalist Kayla Harrison as its star, who won her first two professional fights this summer.
Rio the little goat thinks Ronda Rousey is his mom.
Ultimate Fighting Championship President Dana White topped himself in a Vegas-scaled exercise in decadence by renting Drai’s Nightclub at The Cromwell for his son Aidan’s 16th birthday party.
Country music superstar Jason Aldean didn’t listen to UFC boss Dana White. And some hospitalized victims of last week’s mass shooting in Las Vegas are grateful.