UFC Returning to Dublin (Aug. 15th)

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  1. bl0b Green Belt

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    So, I guess we won't be seeing ol Conor fight until August?
     
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    Lucky charms for all in August.
     
  3. SeattleFightFan Steel Belt

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    Oh I don't think it's a slam dunk that he'll fight in Dublin. I had to confirm on Wiki, but his last fight not in Las Vegas (or 'Paradise') or NYC was against Siver in 2014. He simply may be too big for a Dublin card.
     
  4. Night Slasher Blue Belt

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    Conor won’t fight in Ireland again
     
  5. Chpika Yellow Belt

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    The arena is too small for a Conor fight, he'd be fighting in a stadium if it was the case.
     
  6. Noleggeisha Brown Belt

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    Not sure it’s a Conor card. He’s not what he once was.
     
  7. bl0b Green Belt

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    Not sure what you're speaking to?

    Not what he once was?

    He's still by far and away the biggest draw in the UFC and most of sports in general.

    Only a true, nut tugging hater would say otherwise.

    So, what is he not now, that he once was?
     
  8. bl0b Green Belt

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    I was only saying this because he's been begging Dana to bring the UFC back to Ireland since he came to the UFC lol.
     
  9. Noleggeisha Brown Belt

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    He is still a huge draw on television. He couldn’t fill a stadium anymore. Ireland is not behind him as they used to be. You seem very sensitive about the topic.
     
  10. accolyte1022 Duty Belt

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    Shut up you nut tugger!
     
  11. bl0b Green Belt

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    I can't help that your small mind perceives my simple, factual logic, as sensitivity.

    Here's the facts:
    • Conor is STILL the biggest draw in the UFC.
    • Conor is not only STILL the biggest draw in the UFC, but in the sports world period.
    • Your point is based on opinion, and not on fact.
    Why am I always schooling small brains on these forums.

    I should have been a teacher.
     
  12. Notoriouslefthand Purple Belt

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    Hes going to KO Khabib infront of his home crowd
     
  13. Block Obama Blue Belt

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    Conor won’t be on that card, it’s a “fight night” event..
     
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    Put Conor on a fight pass card in Dublin. Get some more fight pass subscribers.
     
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    Probably headlined by Joe Duffy if he's even still fighting. Hope they bring back Artem.
     
  16. Noleggeisha Brown Belt

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    Well if you want to teach someone to understand something simple, teach yourself. It really is a simple truth : Conor is not what he once was.
     

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