Live UFC 189 streaming results coverage for Conor McGregor vs. Chad Mendes-led pay-per-view (PPV) event from MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, on July 11, 2015. It's a main event for the interim Featherweight title with division champion, Jose Aldo, forced to withdraw because of a rib injury suffered in training. Welterweight champion Robbie Lawler will rematch top-ranked contender Rory MacDonald in the co-main event, too. Real-time updates, weigh ins, predictions, previews, video highlights, press conferences, winners, losers and much more.
Rory MacDonald dropped a bomb today on The MMA Hour, saying that he has some potentially incriminating news regarding Robbie Lawler's UFC 189 drug tests, saying sources told him Robbie "tested four times higher than the limit" for their title fight.
Watch Robbie Lawler vs. Rory MacDonald full fight video from UFC 189 pay-per-view (PPV) bloodbath, which took place roughly one year ago inside MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Belts changed hands and legends fell on hard times inside the Octagon in 2015, with Daniel Cormier and Conor McGregor headlining two of the best MMA events of the year in addition to three other memorable shows on FOX and FS1. Let's list the Top 5:
According to Jose Aldo's wife, UFC president Dana White tried his best into pressuring Aldo to compete at UFC 189 against Conor McGregor even though he had a broken rib a few days prior to the title fight. UFC quickly denied the accusations.
Why is Rory MacDonald calling his epic title fight against Robbie Lawler at UFC 189 the greatest moment of his life despite getting busted up and failing to capture the welterweight strap? Jump inside to read "Red King" explain it.
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) interim featherweight titleholder Conor McGregor is a betting man. The 26-year-old Irishman hints that a pre-UFC 189 bet between him and Dana White went down after the Irishman finished Chad Mendes in two rounds.
The most famous cut man in Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), Jacob "Stitch" Duran, lost all his sponsors and is getting no compensation from the promotion's Reebok deal, which may chase him -- and others -- to boxing.
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) bantamweight titleholder T.J. Dillashaw can empathize with embattled champion Jose Aldo as the pair both felt the wrath of rib injuries. Aldo faced enormous criticism for his UFC 189 decision in the media.
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) featherweight champion Jose Aldo wasn't impressed by Conor McGregor, who won the interim featherweight title at UFC 189 earlier this month in Las Vegas, Nevada, and isn't afraid to fight "Notorious" in Ireland.
So uh, I get the impression that stand-up comedian Bill Burr is not the biggest fan of UFC interim featherweight champion Conor McGregor, also known as the "freckled cunt" to the longtime funnyman. Apparently Burr was rooting for Chad Mendes (aka "Barney Rubble") in the UFC 189 main event and had a problem with the stoppage (see it here). If you listen to the audio clip above, make sure you turn the volume down, as it's littered with profanity (and "Notorious" hate). Enjoy!
Uriajh Faber talks new role as TUF 22 coach opposite Conor McGregor and says there is a chance the two will tango down the road. Also, "The California Kid" insists his UFC 189 run-in with "Notorious" was not staged, even if it looked that way.
Conor McGregor's head coach, John Kavanagh, recently revealed that "Notorious" was unable to do a single round of wrestling during his training camp for UFC 189 against Jose Aldo -- who was eventually replaced by Chad Mendes -- due to a knee injury.
Firas Zahabi, head trainer to Rory MacDonald, says "Red King" will come back from his loss to Robbie Lawler at UFC 189 stronger than ever. This, despite Rory suffering a broken nose and foot after being five minutes away from becoming UFC champion.
Pic: X-ray reveals Chad Mendes suffered a broken thumb against Conor McGregor early in the first round of their UFC 189 pay-per-view (PPV) headliner last Saturday night (July 11, 2015) inside MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Former UFC heavyweight champion and UFC Fight Night 71 headliner Frank Mir has been impressed by interim featherweight champion Conor McGregor, but doesn't believe "Notorious" is on the same level of popularity as ex-heavyweight kingpin Brock Lesnar.