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UFC 205: McGregor vs Alvarez at Madison Square Garden. It’s time!

McGregor’s quest for an unprecedented feat headlines a historic card at in New York City on Sunday (AEDT).
The Irish megastar and current featherweight champ battles Philadelphia native Alvarez for the lightweight championship in a bid to become the first UFC fighter to hold titles in two divisions simultaneously.

It’s one of many highlights on a stacked card for the first ever UFC event in New York City. The men’s welterweight and women’s strawwweight titles are also on the line among a host of intriguing match-ups. Follow UFC 205 live as it happens right here.


Australian viewers can purchase UFC 205 for $49.95 on Main Event TV or via UFC TV on live stream for $59.99.

Pre-fight and prelim bout coverage will feature on Fox Sports 1 from 11am AEDT on Sunday, November 13. will feature a live blog throughout the day, with video reports of the main action provided ASAP.

Coverage on Main Event begins at 2pm. The McGregor v Alvarez main event is likely to feature from 4pm onwards, dependent on earlier fights.

MAIN CARD (from 2pm AEDT)

Eddie Alvarez (28-4) v Conor McGregor (20-3) — lightweight championship

Tyron Woodley (16-3) vs Stephen Thompson (13-1) — welterweight championship

Joanna Jedrzejczyk (12-0) v. Karolina Kowalkiewicz (10-0) — strawweight championship

Chris Weidman (13-1) v Yoel Romero (12-1) — middleweight

Donald Cerrone (31-7, 1 NC) v Kelvin Gastelum (12-2) —welterweight

Miesha Tate (18-6) v Raquel Pennington (8-5) — bantamweight

THE PRELIMS (from 11am AEDT)

Frankie Edgar (20-5-1) v Jeremy Stephens (25-12) — featherweight

Khabib Nurmagomedov (23-0) v Michael Johnson (18-10) — lightweight

Vicente Luque (10-5-1) v Belal Muhammad (10-1) — welterweight

Jim Miller (27-8) v. Thiago Alves (21-10) — lightweight

Rafael Natal (21-7-1) v. Tim Boetsch (19-10) – middleweight

Liz Carmouche (10-5) v Katlyn Chookagian (8-0) – bantamweight

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The UFC 205 will feature three title fights and six fight main card. This is the first spectacle ever happen in the Madison Square Garden, New York, NY. It is going to be the most pic spectacle in the November month. You also get bound with the fact that it will stop New York city for a day since folks will attend the MSG for the first time for watching UFC event. That is not the only reason though. Conor McGregor will attempt to become the first fighter who hold two different division titles at the same time if he win over the lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez. Will he make it? You need to watch this to see the result.

Before expecting the live streaming watching, you need to know that the UFC 205 Card is broken into 3 portions: Prelim Card, 2nd Prelim Card, and the Main Card. Each of the card is legitly broadcasted from different medias. For the first prelim card, it streams on UFC Fight Pass. The second prelim card will be accessible through Fox Sport, so the users of this channel will have the privilege to watch it. The main card, in the other side, will be broadcasted on the PPV option. You can order the PPV option through UFC Fight Pass.

The press conference had been held on November 4 to make perfectly clear information for all folks expecting the bout. Everyone will watch the most incredible spectacle in the Saturday Night.

This is the main event UFC 205 in the New York City that you should not miss. With the two great fighters to stream live and be on the edge of your seat, you will regret to miss the showdown. Alvarez vs McGregor is not the only thing you will expect. This bout is followed by the other fights as well. You can live stream this spectacle in the legit site like Kodi.

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Conor McGregor Drops Extremely Violent Threat On Eddie Alvarez Before UFC 205

Conor McGregor, who holds the UFC featherweight championship, will look to become the first fighter in UFC history to hold titles in two weight classes simultaneously when he faces lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez next Saturday at UFC 205 at Madison Square Garden.

But the fight is about more than just belts. McGregor made it clear Thursday during a joint conference call that he wants to end Alvarez’s mixed martial arts career.

“I’m going to retire him on this night,” McGregor said, according to “He has been through a hell of a lot of wars. He has been dropped continuously. I can see it in him. You can see the effects of war on his face. Respect to him, he’s a fighter, nothing but respect. But this will be it for you.

“You’re going to be badly, badly hurt, Eddie, and I mean that. It’s over for you. You will not fight again after this. You will not look the same, you will not think the same, and that’s it.”

Alvarez criticized McGregor’s previous competition Thursday, suggesting the Irishman never has faced anyone like him. McGregor, who’s one of the most outspoken fighters in UFC history, wasn’t happy about the criticism and took things a step further by bringing Alvarez’s family into his threats.

“I’m going to toy with this man,” McGregor said, per “I’m going to really, truly rearrange his facial structure. His wife and kids won’t ever recognize him again. His friends and the people that he knows will know that he’s not the same man after this contest. He’s going to be in a shock when he sees that. They’re about to see your final hurrah.”
Suddenly, this bout has become personal.

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Watch UFC 205: Alvarez vs McGregor – Champion vs Champion

UFC 205 is now just one week away folks. Conor McGregor, featherweight champion moves up and faces Eddie Alvarez, lightweight champion in a clash where history is on the line. Should McGregor win, he would be the first fighter in UFC history to hold two belts in two different divisions simultaneously.

Being that champion vs. champion bouts are exceedingly rare in mixed martial arts, the UFC have begun their promotion of what is set to be not only a huge main event, but likely the biggest card ever put on by the company.

UFC 205 takes place next Saturday, in New York at Madison Square Garden.

Watch the UFC’s latest promo in the video below:

Watch Conor McGregor spar ahead of UFC 205 bout with Eddie Alvarez

The Notorious takes on the American for the lightweight belt at Madison Square Garden in New York next month

Conor McGregor is stepping up his preparations for his UFC 205 bout with Eddie Alvarez.

The Notorious takes on the American for the lightweight belt at Madison Square Garden in New York next month.

The Mac Life uploaded the video of McGregor preparing for the fight at John Kavanagh’s Straight Blast Gym in Dublin.

The clip goes on to show the Dubliner pose for pictures with fans before visiting a barber shop and restaurant in the capital.

Meanwhile, McGregor’s coach Kavanagh is fully confident his fighter will be victorious against Alvarez.

One-Zero conference at the RDS: “The Eddie Alvarez fight is a lot more of the standard that we’re used to.

“He fights with a traditional stance and he’s very similar to a bunch of guys that Conor has already beat.

“Diaz was the anomaly, a bit of blip that had to be trained in a certain way for but I think the Eddie fight will be a return to our more traditional style of training.

“There will be pressure in this fight, I have no doubt there will be times where Conor is feeling that pressure and is getting pinned up against the fence.

Conor McGregor ‘I’m an Irishman and a fighter – I don’t give a f**k about feelings’

“It’s a fight at the end of the day and Eddie is a UFC champion and he is it for a reason.

“He’s been around this sport for a long, long time and as I say we’re hoping for the best but we’re preparing for the worst so we’re ready for a tough 25 minutes.

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“I’d be very surprised if it goes the full 25 minutes but I’m sure Eddie is going to have his moments, that’s how fights are, but ultimately I have absolutely no doubt that Conor’s hand will be raised.”

News Source: Irish Mirror

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Conor McGregor vs Eddie Alvarez : Tale of the tape

Conor McGregor vs Eddie Alvarez : Tale of the tape ahead of lighweight title bout at UFC 205

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UFC 205 is already fast approaching – with Conor McGregor vs Eddie Alvarez announced as the headline bout on November 12.

There was much speculation about where ‘The Notorious’ would go next after his win over Nate Diaz – but it was confirmed last week that the Irish fighter was returning to the lightweight division to fight the American.

So, how do the two fighters compare with each other in terms of statistics?

We’ve collected a few together – and there’s a lot to suggest that this could be a close bout.

Physical stats:
For a start, the two men are exactly the same height – both standing a 5ft 9.

Whilst the pair also share the same leg reach at 40 inches, it’s McGregor who has the overall reach advantage with 74 inches against Alvarez’ 69 inches.

Both fighters are also experienced in the lightweight division – although ‘The Notorious” last fight at that weight was back in 2012, before his move in to UFC.

Fight record:
Unsurprisingly, both of the two men boast brilliant records up to this point.

Whilst Alvarez has only competed four times in the UFC , winning three and losing one, his overall record is an impressive 28 wins and four losses from his 32 fights.

That’s more bouts than McGregor, who has fought 23 times in his MMA career – winning 20 and losing just three.

However, it’s in how these two fighters won those matches where things start to differ.

McGregor has an incredible TKO/KO ratio of 85% – winning 5% of his fights by submission and 10% by decision.

Alvarez, on the other hand, has a lower TKO/KO ratio of 61%, but has won 18% by submission and 21% by decision.

How will they match up?
This really has the potential to be a very exciting fight.

We know what McGregor is all about – and ‘The Notorious’ has already given out one of his now-famous predictions by saying he’ll knock his opponent out in the first round .

However, Alvarez has an aggressive style himself, with 14 of his 17 knockouts coming in the first round of fights.

The American is also a very accomplished wrestler and Brazilian jiu jistsu artist – and his more balanced stats in finishing fights suggest that there will be a plan B if he can’t land a knockout blow on McGregor.

But, as we all know, McGregor is a truly explosive talent – and his return to the lightweight division is bound to be an interesting one to say the least. Source: Irish Mirror

Conor McGregor vs. Eddie Alvarez Fight set for UFC 205

Conor McGregor will get his chance at becoming the first fighter in UFC history to hold two titles in two weight classes at once, after all.
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The UFC featherweight champion will challenge Eddie Alvarez for the UFC lightweight title in the main event of UFC 205 at New York City’s Madison Square Garden on Nov. 12. UFC president Dana White announced the bout late Monday night on ESPN’s SportsCenter.

Additionally, McGregor will not relinquish the featherweight championship leading up to UFC 205, making the meeting a champion vs. champion superfight.

McGregor (20-3) was scheduled to face then-lightweight champion Rafael dos Anjos at UFC 196 on March 5. But dos Anjos pulled out of the fight a couple weeks in advance due to a broken foot, and Nate Diaz stepped in. Diaz won the bout, which was contested at welterweight, via second-round submission. A rematch, at UFC 202, also at welterweight, was won by McGregor on a majority decision.

Alvarez (28-4) has cut a swath through the UFC’s 155-pound weight class. After losing to Donald Cerrone in his UFC debut at UFC 178, the former champion then defeated former Strikeforce champion Gilbert Melendez and former UFC and WEC champ Anthony Pettis before knocking out dos Anjos in the opening round of their July 7 fight in Las Vegas to claim the title.

As is usually the case when a major bout is made these days, there are casaulities. One is undefeated Khabib Nurmagomedov (23-0), who was expecting to fight Alvarez at either UFC 205 or 206 and had signed bout agreements for both. Alvarez plainly preferred the matchup with McGregor.

Another is interim featherweight champion Jose Aldo. McGregor has not defended his 145-pound belt since defeating Aldo via knockout to claim the title on Dec. 12. The interim title, won by Aldo over Frankie Edgar at UFC 200, was created after McGregor decided on a Diaz rematch instead of a featherweight title defense.

The McGregor vs Alvarez fight means the UFC’s first-ever card in New York City, following an near-decade-long battle to have the sport legalized in New York State, now features three championship fights: Alvarez vs McGregor ; Tyron Woodley vs. Stephen Thompson for the welterweight title; and Joanna Jedrzejcyzk vs. Karolina Kowalkiewicz for the strawweight belt.