UFC: Conor McGregor shows off his lean physique on Instagram

first_img 10 months ago Conor McGregor: Fighter’s salary, net worth and next UFC opponent COMMENT First Published: 5th November, 2019 23:46 IST 10 months ago UFC Salaries: Conor McGregor, Khabib, Nate Diaz salary revealed Also Read- UFC Salaries: Conor McGregor, Khabib, Nate Diaz Salary RevealedUFC: Conor McGregor’s rivals?In his recent Moscow press conference, Conor McGregor said that he wants to fight the winner of the BMF title first and then head towards Moscow to fight the winner of Khabib Nurmagomedov vs Tony Ferguson. Jorge Masvidal has claimed the title of BMF after defeating Nate Diaz at UFC 244 and McGregor has already challenged him through Twitter but UFC President Dana White has said that they have not signed any deal yet with him. Nothing is official yet but the social media beef is on-point between UFC fighters. Also Read- Conor McGregor: Fighter’s Salary, Net Worth And Next UFC OpponentAlso Read- UFC: Conor McGregor Gets Attacked In Khabib Nurmagomedov’s Russia WE RECOMMEND FOLLOW US It seems that the former two-division world champion Conor McGregor is going on an overdrive to get fight-fit for his much-awaited UFC return on January 18, 2020, at Las Vegas. After staying away for a year from the sport, McGregor had recently announced that he is interested in fighting on the January 18 card but his opponent’s name is yet to be confirmed. There are a lot of speculations about his opponents but according to Mr Notorious, he doesn’t bother about his opponent and is ready to face whoever the UFC offers him.Also Read- Dwyane ‘The Rock’ Johnson Hauls Up New UFC Title BeltUFC: Conor McGregor’s lean physiqueConor McGregor posted a photo of himself on Sunday on his Instagram handle in which he is seen sporting a lean physique and seems ready for his next fight. McGregor posted the photo along with a caption ‘Skills pay the bills. So does being a big block of granite. Let’s Go.’ While the Irishman’s return is so evident and seems practical, it is pretty obvious that UFC fans are getting impatient to know his opponent. However, there is still nothing but rumours and beef from various fighters all around the roster. WATCH US LIVEcenter_img Raj Sarkar 10 months ago UFC: Conor McGregor could face legal charges for pub brawl in April 10 months ago UFC: Conor McGregor gets attacked in Khabib Nurmagomedov’s Russia SUBSCRIBE TO US Written By LIVE TV 10 months ago UFC 244: Conor McGregor requests the infamous Masvidal meal at BK Last Updated: 5th November, 2019 23:46 IST UFC: Conor McGregor Shows Off His Lean Physique On Instagram Conor McGregor wants to make his UFC return on the January 18 card in Las Vegas. He shows off a lean physique ahead of his UFC return. Know more about it.last_img read more

Broncos hopeful after longest playoff drought for SB champ

first_img Associated Press Television News Written By 8 months ago Green, Lee help short-handed Warriors beat Rockets After changing his head coach or starting quarterback each of the past five winters, John Elway seems to have finally hit on rookies Vic Fangio and Drew Lock.A second-round draft pick from Missouri, Lock has won three of four starts, injecting a mix of nerve, novelty and mobility into a position that’s been a torrent of trouble in Denver ever since Peyton Manning’s retirement.Since a winless September that featured two last-second losses, the Broncos have gone 6-5 under Fangio, a first-year head coach at age 61.While the Broncos are finally feeling good about the two most important positions on the team, their ugly 2-6 start has doomed Denver to a third consecutive losing season for the first time since the Nixon administration.A loss Sunday to Oakland (7-8) would give the Broncos a third straight season with double-digit losses, something that hasn’t happened in more than half a century.Only two other Super Bowl winners have followed their victory parade with four consecutive non-playoff seasons — the post-Vince Lombardi Green Bay Packers and the New York Giants following Eli Manning’s second upset of Tom Brady and the New England Patriots in 2012.”It’s like eating at a five-star restaurant and then next thing you know, you’re eating at McDonald’s every day,” defensive end Derek Wolfe said.“When you’re winning, everybody loves you. When you’re losing, everybody’s looking at you, like ‘Oh, maybe it’s his fault.’ And you take burden on yourself, you take that loss on yourself,” said Wolfe, who’s on IR with an elbow injury. “A true leader points fingers back at himself. So, it’s like I’m taking responsibility for all these losses, and it’s like, man, what more can I do?”The Packers and Giants also posted three losing records during their four-year playoff drought following Super Bowl wins, but Green Bay (.452) and New York (.438) had better winning percentages during their skid than Denver’s .428 winning clip since 2016.”It breaks your heart to keep losing like this,” Wolfe said after a loss at Buffalo last month.”It just defeats my soul,” suggested linebacker Von Miller after a loss at Kansas City two weeks ago.There are three other starters still on the roster who won Super Bowl 50 rings and all of them said they understand such deep feelings over the Broncos’ 27-36 record since beating Carolina for the title.”Oh yeah, definitely. I hate to lose,” cornerback Chris Harris Jr. said. “They definitely dig into me.”Inside linebacker Todd Davis said lots of teams go through tough times but when they follow a successful Super Bowl run, the losing is harder to take — and shake.”They say the worst feeling is to have something and then lose it,” Davis said. “If you’ve never had it, you don’t understand the feeling. If you’ve been there and you won it, that’s all you want. All you want is that feeling again.”Kicker Brandon McManus said the precipitous decline is what bothers him the most.”I think it hurts even worst for the fact that we won the Super Bowl and didn’t even make the playoffs the year afterward, even though we were 9-7,” McManus said. “So you went right off the mountain down to the bottom, so you didn’t even slope down the hill. It was more of just you crashed.”So, losing now obviously I definitely agree it hurts because we know the work we put in during the week and the grind is the same, it’s just that we’re not getting the same results.”Unlike Davis, who said it hurts too much to watch the playoffs, McManus can’t turn away from the postseason.”Yeah, I watch every game. I’m a football fan at heart,” said McManus, who set an NFL record by going 10-for-10 on field goals in the Broncos’ run to their most recent title. “It’s difficult not playing in the playoffs because we’ve done it and that’s all our aspirations is to get there and to play in the big game.”There’s nothing we can do about it now. Obviously, we didn’t do enough early in the season to give us a chance here down the stretch, but we’re looking forward to figuring out the best way to make sure we’re not sitting here in the same position next year.”All five of those Super Bowl 50 veterans said there’s reason for optimism in Denver — even more so if Harris and Wolfe don’t leave via free agency — because the Broncos finally have stability at head coach and quarterback.“It’s a stepping stone in the right direction,” McManus said. “Now you know who you’re rolling with.” 8 months ago French tourist hurt in fall from rocks in Sydney Last Updated: 26th December, 2019 11:01 IST Broncos Hopeful After Longest Playoff Drought For SB Champ After changing his head coach or starting quarterback each of the past five winters, John Elway seems to have finally hit on rookies Vic Fangio and Drew Lock. 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