McGregor vs. Poirier: UFC 257 Overreaction – MMA Sports

Welcome to “Spinning Back Creek”. MMA Junkie’s weekly show will quickly introduce you to the biggest topics in mixed martial arts. This week, host Simon Head will be joined by MMA Junkie Radio panelists Brian “Goze” Garcia and MMA Junkie’s Nolan King and Danny Segura. I did something else this week. He made a bold statement from UFC 257 and asked: Overreaction or money? Let’s get in!

  • Dustin Poirier I came up with a huge one TKO victory that’s all Conor McGregor At the UFC 257 main event.That means McGregor Hasn’t beat a quality opponent yet since November 2016.. Statement: Conor McGregor will never win the UFC title again. Overreaction or money?
  • Behind the UFC 257 main event, Poirier Riding high after revenge on his 2014 loss To McGregor, and he has now beaten more than five former world champions in his resume. Although there was no title in McGregor’s rematch, Poirier considers himself 155 kings. Statement: After a performance at UFC 257, Dustin Poirier became the uncrowned UFC lightweight champion. Overreaction or money?
  • Even with UFC 257 Michael chandler Made a huge statement about his status as one of the light weight elite fighters Take out competitor Dan Hooker In the first round.It was One of the UFC debuts For the former three-time Bellator champion. Statement: Michael Chandler deserves the title shot shortly after defeating Dan Hooker. Overreaction or money?
  • Shadow of Habib Nurmagomedov UFC 257 hangover after UFC president Dana White showed that Habib would consider fighting before the show Anyone who has done something grand..Then after the event, White Didn’t sound optimistic About Habib getting out of retirement, even though both Poirier and Chandler did great things. Statement: All Habib Sweepstakes were hoaxes, it was just setting up Habib vs. McGregor 2, and nothing else. Overreaction or money?

Enjoy this week’s show. See episode 64 of “Spinback Creek” above.

– MMA Sports

McGregor vs. Poirier: UFC 257 Overreaction McGregor vs. Poirier: UFC 257 Overreaction

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