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Conor McGregor calls his shot, puts away Dustin Poirier in first round

It was revealed while McGregor was in the Octagon that 10-percent of the tickets sold for UFC 178 came directly from his home country of Ireland showing once again the kind of drawing power he has all over the world.  McGregor's star is planted firmly in the sky and it seems like the only place for him to land now is in a title fight against the winner of Jose Aldo vs. Chad Mendes.

UFC 178: Yoel Romero Backstage Interview

Yoel Romero talks to UFC correspondent Megan Olivi about his knockout of Tim Kennedy at UFC 178.

Matches to Make After UFC 178

Dominick Cruz bottled up two years, 11 months and 26 days of frustration and channeled it in one direction. Cruz made a spectacular return to the Octagon and announced his intentions within the Ultimate Fighting Championship bantamweight division, as he needed a little more than a minute to beat Takeya Mizugaki at UFC 178 on Saturday at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. Mizugaki succumbed to unanswered punches 61 seconds into round one. The 29-year-old Cruz spent the better part of three years on the sidelines following two reconstructive knee surgeries and a groin tear. The former 135-pound champion got busy in a hurry against the notoriously durable Mizugaki, as he executed a beautifully timed takedown, blasted the Japanese veteran with ground-and-pound when he tried to rise to his feet and forced referee Chris Tognoni to step in. Cruz has not lost a fight since March 2007 and will ride an 11-fight winning streak into his next appearance. In wake of UFC 178 “Johnson vs. Cariaso,” here are six matchups that ought to be considered: Related: By the Numbers: UFC 178 Dominick Cruz vs.

The Soundtrack to UFC 178: Johnson vs. Cariaso - the walkout songs

Another nice combo track used on Saturday night was for the return of Dominick Cruz as he had his long awaited comeback fight against Takeya Mizugaki.  Cruz opened things up with 'Public Service Announcement' from Jay-Z just to get the line 'allow me to reintroduce myself' and then the song he actually walked out to kicks in as Cypress Hill's classic track 'How I Could Just Kill a Man' filled the MGM Grand Garden Arena.

UFC 178's Conor McGregor: He said what?!? (post-fight edition)

LAS VEGAS – UFC featherweight contender Conor McGregor  knows how to work the mic, and following Saturday’s UFC 178 event and a tremendous win over Dustin Poirier, the outspoken Irishman was as outspoken as ever.

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Salt Water Powered Car Gets European Approval – Yes, It’s Real

The car is powered by the  electrolyte flow cell power system , which is a part of the NanoFlowcell technology. The system works in a similar way to a hydrogen fuel cell, except for the fact that salt water is used for storing power. In particular, two liquids with metallic salts, which act as the electrolyte, are combined in such a way that the electrochemical reaction takes place. After that, electric motors use this reaction to generate electricity, which is then stored and distributed by super capacitors. The efficiency of this system reaches 80%, since the car has almost no moving parts in it, and the produced waste heat is insignificant in comparison with cars powered by lithium-ion batteries.

Dana White Announces Dillashaw Is Next For Cruz

Earlier tonight at UFC 178, former UFC bantamweight champion Dominick Cruz made his return to the UFC where he defeated Takeya Mizugaki in just 61 seconds.

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So you go to the gym and you do your cardio. And every day you're expecting miracle change. Size 14 one day, size 2 the next? And you wonder what you are doing wrong or how you can improve.... Listen, you know what it takes? P-A-T-I-E-N-C-E. You need to stop thinking about it day in and day out like you're running some short distance race and consider it to be more of a very, very long marathon. You need to get in to the flow, choose the right choices and work out efficiently not only for a few days but for months.

Cat Zingano Likely to Face Ronda Rousey at UFC 182 on Jan. 3

Cat Zingano is ready to challenge Ronda Rousey. | Jeff Sherwood/ Cat Zingano officially put an end to any hopes of a Ronda Rousey - Gina Carano pairing in the immediate future with her technical knockout victory against Amanda Nunes at UFC 178 . UFC President Dana White confirmed the promotion’s plans to have Zingano challenge Rousey next during the post-event press conference. White also added the bout will likely take place at UFC 182 on Jan. 3 in Las Vegas. The matchup is 17 months overdue for Zingano, as she was supposed to have fought “Rowdy” at UFC 168 before falling victim to two separate knee injuries. Zingano was also slated to coach alongside Rousey on “The Ultimate Fighter.” For the plan to go back into effect, Zingano knew she needed a victory on Saturday. “I’m really glad I got through my first fight back from the injury tonight. I think I was really tested out there on top, on bottom, and on the feet. I wanted to be aggressive and come out firing straight away, but I got a little careless and started getting beat up in that first round,” Zingano said.

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Hi, my name is Randy and I am a 29 year old high school teacher and wrestling coach from Southern California. Unfortunately, I was recently diagnosed with Glioblastoma Multiform (GBM) Grade 4. Around mid April, Southern California went through a series of heat waves. During that period, I began to experience headaches on a daily basis. I very rarely have headaches (1 or 2) a year, so I assumed they were just from my allergies. As the days went on, my headaches were getting worse and no over the counter medicine was relieving the pain. One day in the middle of May, I was driving on the freeway and had difficulties staying in my lane and my headaches were becoming unbearable, so I checked into urgent care. The physicians ordered a CTSCAN and found a mass tumor in my right parietal lobe of my brain. They then rushed me to another facility for Neurosurgery and operated on me the following day and my surgeon removed 90-95% of the Tumor. I felt like the worst was behind me and I was in the clear. A few days later my pathology test came back with the unfortunate news that I have GBM Grade 4, a form of cancer that is considered in the medical world to be incurable.

Conor McGregor surrounded by 'rookies and has-beens' at featherweight

The win will likely vault McGregor into the top five of the featherweight division rankings and there's a good chance he'll get to face the winner of the upcoming UFC 178 main event between champion Jose Aldo and No. 1 contender Chad Mendes.  While UFC president Dana White wasn't ready to make that announcement just yet, McGregor was more than happy to declare that he was prepared and willing to fight the winner or even step in for one of the participants if somebody gets injured in the next few weeks.

UFC 178 Bonuses: McGregor, Cruz, Romero, Kennedy Earn $50K Rewards

Tim Kennedy and Yoel Romero had the “Fight of the Night” at UFC 178. | Photo: Jeff Sherwood/ Conor McGregor banked a second consecutive $50,000 “Performance of the Night” for his first-round technical knockout victory at UFC 178 on Saturday night in Las Vegas. After a heated build-up to his pay-per-view bout with Dustin Poirier , “Notorious” was able deliver what he promised: a finish of his opponent. Now, McGregor moves into a position where his next fight could very well be to determine whether he is the No. 1 contender for the 145-pound title. After a well-documented layoff following a plethora of injuries, Dominick Cruz returned to the Octagon in style, finishing Takeya Mizugaki in a mere 61 seconds to capture a $50,000 “Performance of the Night” bonus. Cruz looks ahead to a shot at T.J. Dillashaw ’s title, a belt Cruz never actually lost. The action during Tim Kennedy and Yoel Romero ’s bout was overshadowed by the highly controversial nature of the matchup, but in the end, the UFC acknowledged the efforts of both men and awarded the middleweights $50,000 “Fight of the Night” bonuses.

Former WEC champ Miguel Torres joins debut Legacy Kickboxing event

Also on the card, 135-pounder Valentina Shevchenko, who has a 51-1 record in muay Thai and kickboxing, meets fellow kickboxing veteran Lindsay Haycraft (25-12). Additionally, MMA/kickboxing vet Cosmo Alexandre (42-15) meets Regian Eersel (26-2), and Michael Corley (18-11) takes on Marco Pique (60-38).

Rep says Tim Kennedy plans to protest outcome of Yoel Romero bout at UFC 178

Romero was badly hurt by a flurry of punches thrown by Kennedy at the end of the second round and was saved by the bell. He went to his corner and was attended to by his cornermen. But when his seconds were prompted to leave the corner, they hesitated, walking slowly out of the octagon and neglecting to take his stool.

By the Numbers: UFC 178

Conor McGregor's rise has been meteoric. | Photo: Jeff Bottari/Zuffa/UFC/Getty Despite the lack of a true eye-catching headliner, UFC 178 was a smashing success. Dominick Cruz and Cat Zingano made triumphant returns after prolonged absences. Yoel Romero displayed uncanny powers of recovery -- along with a little help from his stool -- to rally for a third-round stoppage of Tim Kennedy . Conor McGregor looked positively clairvoyant in finishing Dustin Poirier inside of a round. Donald Cerrone - Eddie Alvarez delivered all the violence that was expected from them. Oh, and Demetrious Johnson didn’t do so bad either, making short work of Chris Cariaso in the evening’s official main event. It was a card that lived up to -- and exceeded -- the hype. Here is a by-the-numbers look at UFC 178, with statistics courtesy of Related: Matches to Make After UFC 178 5: Consecutive flyweight title defenses for Johnson. The promotion’s only 125-pound king has bested John Dodson , John Moraga , Joseph Benavidez , Ali Bagautinov and Cariaso during his reign.

Cowboy Cerrone's Lot in Life? Put UFC President Dana White On Edge (UFC 178 Video) |

There isn’t a lot that puts UFC president Dana White on edge, but that’s evidently what Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone ‘s lot in life is, and it has very little to do with his in-cage exploits. No, Cowboy crawls under White’s skin by spending his final preparations on fight week with daily wakeboarding expeditions and, of course, there’s the occasional bullriding.

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Tim Kennedy confronts Yoel Romero backstage, tells him ‘if you can’t get off the stool, it is the end of the fight’

Tim Kennedy confronts Yoel Romero backstage, tells him ‘if you can’t get off the stool, it is the end of the fight’

MMA on Instagram: Fight Week, Weight Cuts, Selfies, Cats

Welcome to another week in MMA on Instagram! MMA stalker Katie Winter has collected the best pics that UFC and other MMA fighters and personalities were sharing this week, and they're all right here for your viewing pleasure.

Dominick Cruz stars in ‘The Card That Played Out Perfectly’

So what did he do after so many physical and psychological crap hands? He exceeded the wildest expectations. Cruz unleashed the three years of tension he had pulled back on the bowstring over 61 seconds of demolition work. He deked, feinted, exploded for the takedown, then slammed home a series of rights on Mizugaki, whose wits parted him like music notes as the referee Chris Tognoni took his time in intervening. Cruz said afterwards he was unconscious as Mizugaki, just throwing coup de grâces in the blackness of the moment, just happy to "hit something again." Next thing he knew, Joe Rogan had a microphone in his face expressing the world’s own wow. For anybody still on the fence about joining the UFC 178 PPV party, Cruz was just the right kind of aperitif.  And on a night where just about everything went perfectly for the UFC in the realm of expanded possibility, Cruz stole the show. Here was a one-time pound-for-pound champion that was slowly deleted from the conversation through a merciless spell of bad luck. If he didn’t finish fights back in 2011 when he was wearing the belt, the new Cruz does.

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Johny Hendricks and Robbie Lawler stood face-to-face Friday at the UFC 181 press conference, as did Anthony Pettis and Gilbert Melendez.

Dominick Cruz: 'I'm Ready to Have That Belt' (UFC 178 Video) |

It took Dominick Cruz almost three years to return from an initial torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury, but he did, quickly dispatching Takeya Mizugaki at UFC 178. Cruz later talked about his victory and how he is ready to reclaim the bantamweight belt that he had to vacate because of his prolonged time on the sidelines.

26 Mighty Mouse Reigns Supreme, Subs Cariaso in Two

LAS VEGAS, September 27 – Heading into his UFC 178 main event bout against Chris Cariaso at the MGM Grand Garden Arena Saturday, UFC flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson was a huge favorite, and he did what great champions do in such situations, dominating then submitting Cariaso in the second round. The victory was the seventh for “Mighty Mouse,” and the fifth successful defense of his 125-pound title. After a brief feeling out process to kick off the bout, Johnson took Cariaso down in the second minute and went to work, trying to improve position in rapid-fire fashion. Cariaso’s defense was good, and he eventually made it back to his feet, although he remained in Johnson’s grip along the fence. With a minute left, Cariaso broke loose, but he was unable to do anything of note before the horn, as it was Johnson catching and stunning him in the closing seconds. Johnson put the stand-up pressure on in round two, but a slip by Cariaso put the fight back on the deck. The champion moved into side control, letting loose with his strikes before locking up an arm.

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Demetrious Johnson Taking Some Time Off; See You Next Year (UFC 178 Video) |

Demetrious Johnson  says that he’s ready to take an extended break from fighting. He likely won’t set foot back in the Octagon until early 2015 after defeating Chris Cariaso with ease at UFC 178.

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Demetrious Johnson, winner of five straight, reflects on his fifth title defense with Megan Olivi backstage at UFC 178.

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Trading Shots: Downes and Fowlkes on Yoel Romero's unauthorized recovery period

You seem wary of referee involvement because it will alter the course of events. That’s true, but doesn’t there have to be a corrective act to counter cheating? All athletic ability and modes of training aside, an MMA fight should be a fair, balanced affair (same weight, same techniques at your disposal, etc). Cheating alters the balance of that scale. The referee’s job is make sure things return to balance. Not to just shrug his/her shoulders and say, “Well, what’s a point deduction really going to do?” Say a multimillionaire gets a parking ticket for $50. Is it really going to change his conduct or affect him? Probably not. Does that person still deserve a parking ticket? Absolutely. You don’t enforce the rules of the sport haphazardly or when they’re convenient or based on their long-term repercussions. They should be enforced all the time.

XFCi 6 results: Deivison Ribeiro TKOs Waylon Lowe, defends title

According to a release from XFC International, Lowe announced his retirement from the sport at the TKO loss. Lowe, who went 2-2 under the UFC banner between 2010-11, hangs his gloves with a 14-6 (with one no-contest) MMA record.

UFC Fight Night: Nelson vs. Story fight card

A look at the October 4th UFC Fight Night event in Stockholm, Sweden, which features Icelandic welterweight Gunnar Nelson against the USA's Rick Story in a five-round headliner.

Double Shuriken: Shinobi MMA FC fighter knocks his opponent out two times

If you owned a Commodore 64 or a Sega console, you owned Shinobi, and one of your early martial arts influences was Joe Musashi, the somersaulting protagonist with an unlimited supply of shuriken. If that was your experience, you might not know it, but you’ve been programmed to have a nostalgic connection to Shinobi MMA Fighting Champions in the UK. Thankfully, the promotion won’t break your heart and contaminate all those childhood memories, because they have signed legitimate talent.

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Johny Hendricks and Robbie Lawler stood face-to-face Friday at the UFC 181 press conference, as did Anthony Pettis and Gilbert Melendez.

UFC 178 reactions: Winning and losing fighters on social media

Following Saturday’s UFC 178 pay-per-view event at Las Vegas’ MGM Grand Garden Arena, several of the winning and losing fighters, along with their coaches, training partners and family members, took to social media to react to the event or share a message with supporters.


Like Jackson and Roach and almost everyone else who has worked with Arlovski over his career, the same words always seem to pop up in describing him: tireless, hard worker, purposeful, tenacious. Everything needed to mount what could be an unprecedented return to the elite level. Fighters have had devastating losses and career threatening injuries, and have come back to have their hands raised in the octagon. But given the time frame and the series of knockouts that have been the demise of other esteemed fighters, Arlovski’s return to the UFC is special.

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Conor McGregor could be the Chael Sonnen to Jose Aldo's Anderson Silva

"I believe I will dismantle both of them,” McGregor said. “Chad is a 5-foot-6, overblown – he should be a 125er, but he’s gone past that limit now. Now he’s just a little small bodybuilder stuck in the 145-pound division, and he gets tired quick. He’s 5-foot-6 with a 65-inch reach. I have an eight-inch reach advantage on him. I tower over him. I would maul Chad. Jose is in this situation where he has got to a stage where he’s happy with his level. … I feel he’s in that pattern of deterioration. Again, another easy win."

The Hit List: The Top 5 moments from UFC 178: Johnson vs. Cariaso

Sure, McGregor talks a big game. He's also backed up every word thus far. There is still plenty more for him to prove, but it's hard to argue that he's a rising star for the UFC at this point. His charisma, the way he talks, his attitude and his fighting style all have the chance to make him a huge draw for the organization. The knockout of Poirier could just be the start. Now, we all have to find out if McGregor can beat the very best featherweights in the world -- the Frankie Edgars, Cub Swansons, Chad Mendeses and Jose Aldos.

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Tweets of the Day: Urijah Faber and team react to Dominick Cruz's 'Alpha Fail' comment at UFC 178

Following his win at UFC 178, Dominick Cruz poked fun on Team Alpha Male. Faber and the rest of the crew responded.

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Joe Silva’s Shoes: What next for UFC 178’s winners?

After every event, fans wonder whom the winners will be matched up with next. And with another night of UFC action in the rearview mirror, it’s time to look forward, put on a pair of Joe Silva and Sean Shelby’s shoes, and play UFC matchmaker.

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UFC 178 Aftermath: Conor McGregor backs up the smack talk

Down: Eddie Alvarez We're certainly not going to give up on Eddie Alvarez after one UFC loss. But the cold, hard facts of this one are, Cerrone had far too many weapons for Alvarez to counter last night, and there's plenty more where that came from among the fighters at the top of the lightweight division. Maybe Alvarez has been too inactive. Maybe this run is coming a bit too late. Maybe I'm drawing too much from one fight against one opponent. But Alvarez's big opportunity to fast-track his way into the crowded title picture has come and gone.

51 UFC boss: Conor McGregor bigger than Brock Lesnar, Georges St-Pierre
52 Conor McGregor shrugs off Chad Mendes’ comments: ‘We’ll see what he says when we’re face to face, man to man’
53 UFC 178 post-fight facts: Demetrious Johnson scores rare title-fight tap-out
54 UFC 178 Results: Fights to make next
55 Nevada official: Likelihood of Romero-Kennedy result being overturned is 'very slim'