After defeating Donald Cerrone at UFC 246, Conor McGregor talked about who he’d be interested in facing next, his desire to fight in Ireland or to be the first combatant to compete in Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.
After Conor McGregor’s first-round demolition of Donald Cerrone at UFC 246, UFC president Dana White said a rematch between “The Notorious” and UFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov is the fight to make next. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Following their victories at UFC 246, winners Drew Dober, Aleksei Oleinik, Sodiq Yusuff, Diego Ferreira and Brian Kelleher talk about what getting their hand raised meant and what they’ve planned to do next. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
MMA veteran Roxanne Modafferi, who trains out of Las Vegas, defeated 21-year-old rising prospect Maycee Barber via unanimous decision at UFC 246. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Hundreds of people marched through downtown Las Vegas on Saturday as part of the Empowering Women March 2020.
The event coincided with the annual women’s marches that began in 2017 as a protest of President Donald Trump’s inauguration.
Many marchers wore pink hats or shirts, chanted and carried signs as the group snaked from Fremont Street up Ninth Street, then along East Ogden Avenue and finally down Las Vegas Boulevard to the Lloyd D. George Courthouse, where they rallied for about 90 minutes.
The UFC 246 fight card, featuring a welterweight main event between Conor McGregor and Donald Cerrone, is official, minus one planned bout. In place of Claudia Gadelha vs. Alexa Grasso, a bantamweight bout between Brian Kelleher and Ode’ Osbourne will move up to the pay-per-view main card. All fighters competing on the card faced off during the ceremonial weigh-ins at The Park Theater.
2020 Presidential Candidate Deval Patrick joins hosts Rory Appleton and Steve Sebelius on the RJ Politics Podcast.
Steve Hill, president and CEO of the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, hints at new branding slogan for Las Vegas,
which will no longer be “What happens here, stays here.” The new slogan will be unveiled Sunday Jan. 19 during the Grammy’s.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said Friday morning that Las Vegas has everything a city needs to host a Super Bowl, and more.
A suspected impaired motorist driving the wrong way on the Airport Connector caused a crash that killed another driver near McCarran International Airport early Friday morning, Jan. 17, 2020, according to law enforcement. (Glenn Puit/Las Vegas Review-Journal)