Former UFC double champ, Conor McGregor -- the promotion's biggest box office draw -- returns for the second time this year, locking horns with No. 1-ranked Lightweight contender, Dustin Poirier, in UFC 264's ESPN+-streamed pay-per-view (PPV) main event, which will take place inside T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. McGregor and Poirier first met at UFC 178 back in Sept. 2014, with "Notorious" scoring a first round technical knockout finish. Poirier then exacted revenge at UFC 257 earlier this year, putting away "Notorious" in the second round of their highly-anticipated rematch. It's now a pivotal trilogy rubber match, with the winner likely earning a crack at the 155-pound belt later in the year. We'll stockpile all the real-time UFC 264 updates, odds, start time, tickets, weigh ins, predictions, previews, video highlights, press conferences, winners, losers and much more from "Sin City" right here before, during and well after the live show concludes.
Conor McGregor accuses Daniel Cormier of being drunk on a UFC set, saying it’s sackable offense and behavior like that should not be tolerated in a professional setting.
Stories of Dana White reaching out to Logan to upgrade his tickets now make a lot more sense.
McGregor has taken another small step forward in his recovery following a nasty leg injury suffered in the cage.
Watch UFC commentators Joe Rogan, Jon Anik and Daniel Cormier react to UFC 264’s big finishes, including Dustin Poirier vs. Conor McGregor 3 and Greg Hardy vs. Tai Tuivasa,
The polarizing ringside commentator explains why he interviewed "Notorious" after the Irishman broke his leg fighting Dustin Poirier at UFC 264.
Former UFC champion Conor McGregor is already back in the gym after suffering a broken leg in a loss to Dustin Poirier at UFC 264 earlier this month.
Anthony Smith is not easily convinced by Conor McGregor’s post-fight rhetoric in the aftermath of the Dustin Poirier fight at UFC 264.
This UFC Vegas 32 fighter is scratching his head over Conor McGregor’s preparation and execution at UFC 264.
Stephen Thompson a.ka. "Wonderboy" projectile vomited in front of everybody at UFC 264: Dustin Poirier vs. Conor McGregor 3.
Tai Tuivasa is prepared to give Greg Hardy another whooping in the aftermath of UFC 264: Dustin Poirier vs. Conor McGregor 3.
This may be shocking to hear, but Bill Burr didn’t get offended by the post-fight abuse hurled at Dustin Poirier by Conor McGregor.