Highlights from McGregor's UFC 202 press day

Sport360 staff 13/08/2016
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Conor McGregor will step out under the bright lights of the T-Mobile Arena next Saturday to face Nate Diaz at UFC 202, five months after the Irishman was beaten by the same opponent at UFC 196.


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Re-live the UFC 189 interim featherweight championship bout between Conor McGregor and Chad Mendes. The evenly-matched two rounder ended with the Irishman throwing a jaw-shattering punch his American counterpart didn’t see coming.

McGregor will soon return to the bloodied ring in the coming weeks as he readies himself for a Nate Diaz rematch at UFC 202 on August 20.








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The 37-year-old Briton announced on his Sirius XM radio show that the fight against American veteran Henderson will take place in Manchester on October 8.

“Dan Henderson vs. Michael Bisping for the 185 pound middleweight title, October 8 from Manchester – live on pay-per-view. Do not miss it,” Bisping said.

The fight gives Bisping the chance to avenge a vicious second-round knockout defeat by Henderson at UFC 100, a KO which many have considered to be the best in the sport’s history.

He said: “Why would I want to avenge the most devastating knockout in UFC history? I just don’t know why I would do that?

“Chris Weidman, Luke Rockhold, Jacare – they’re going nowhere. Dan Henderson is on the verge of retiring; he said one more fight. So, Dan Henderson, put your big boy pants on, fly over to Manchester and I’ll see you in the Octagon my friend.”

In June, Bisping became the first British fighter to win a UFC title when, on two weeks’ notice, he avenged another defeat with a first-round KO over Luke Rockhold at UFC 199. Bisping had lost to the American in 2014.

For Henderson, the fight against Bisping will be the last bout in the 45-year-old’s decorated career as he looks to claim a first UFC crown at the third attempt.

Bisping against Henderson will headline the card with other match-ups still to be announced.

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