Posts tagged ‘Conor McGregor’

December 17, 2015

Face The Facts – Ep 33: The Notorious One Punch Man!

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The UFC would be tough they said. The featherweight division was murderer’s row they said. The picture above is what Conor McGregor said… because he started destroying everyone he faced. He longed for competition, the thrill of a real fight. He smashed his way to the top to face the Champion. That Jose Aldo was a beast they said:

 

 

Fact: People that read Vivid Karet love “THE NOTORIOUS.”

“Have I been wrong yet? No!” – Conor McGregor #andnew UFC Featherweight Champion

December 12, 2015

Face The Facts – Ep 32: Con Air McGregor!

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Just awarded UFC interim champion Con Air McGregor seeks to return home to Ireland with the unified belt, but to get there he must fight his way through violent serial champion, Jose “The Virus” Aldo.

Con Air: Christ in a cartoon.

Garland White: That is Aldo. That skinny little man butchered a bunch of people up and down the feather-weight division.

Aldo looked over at Con Air. He grabbed his box and looked at the UFC Championship Belt.

Aldo: I knew you was a punk.

Con Air: Put the belt back in the box.

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We did a UFC fight simulation in anticipation of UFC 194:

 

 

Here was the statistical breakdown:

 

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Fact: Video games don’t know ish about MMA.

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January 16, 2015

Your Friday Jam: THE KING

This week’s Friday Jam is a combination music post and UFC post.  My favorite MMA fighter, The Notorious Conor McGregor, is fighting this Sunday night in Boston (and on Fox Sports 1), and a win for him solidifies a title shot.  The last time the Irishman fought in Boston he was on the under-card, yet the UFC still dimmed the arena lights and blared his song for his walk-out.  What was his song?  Well, it started with one of the most epic of Irish ballads, the Foggy Dew with Senad O’Connor and The Chieftains:

And then turned into the most fitting song for the location, Shipping Up to Boston by The Dropkick Murphy’s:

So enjoy the fight this Sunday – you will see one of the most talented strikers currently walking the face of the earth, the King, the Notorious, Conor McGregor.