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Conor McGregor Comments On Michael Chandler & Charles Oliveira Challenging Him At UFC 274

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• Conor McGregor Comments On Michael Chandler & Charles Oliveira Challenging Him At UFC 274

At Saturday’s UFC 274 pay-per-view, Michael Chandler knocked out Tony Ferguson with a brutal front kick.

After the fight, Chandler cut an incredible promo where he called out Conor McGregor for a fight at 170 lbs.

McGregor tweeted the following about this challenge:

“I’d have a nice knock off this guy, no doubt about it. A firework spectacle. I like the 170 shout also. Tipped him over.

I’m definitely game to fight this guy at some stage in my career. I see it happening after tonight. Congrats on a solid win Michael and another barnstormer.”

In the main event of the PPV, Charles Oliveira made Justin Gaethje tap out.

Charles, who was forced to vacate the UFC Lightweight Title because he missed the weight for this fight by 0.5 lbs, is now the #1 Contender and his next fight will be for the Title that he never lost.

He also called out McGregor for a fight over the 155 lbs Title.

McGregor tweeted the following about Charles’ Lightweight Championship challenge:

“I’m not sure I wish to cut the weight. I am really enjoying being built like a refrigerator. I feel I want to fight at this size just to watch it back lol.

But I’d love to fight the Brazilian, 100%! I love Brazil and I’m unbeaten against Brazil. All KO’s. I’ve some thinking to do.”

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WATCH: Charles Oliveira Defeats Justin Gaethje At UFC 274:


On this day in Pro Wrestling history on May 7, 2000, Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling aired their annual ‘WCW Slamboree’ event LIVE on PPV from the Kemper Arena in Kansas City, Missouri.

This was the 8th and final Slamboree pay-per-view out of 8 that WCW aired between 1993 and 2000.

Famous Hollywood actor David Arquette main evented this pay-per-view event as the reigning and defending WCW World Heavyweight Champion.

The results can be found below:

WCW Cruiserweight Championship: Chris Candido (c) defeated The Artist

WCW Hardcore Championship: Terry Funk (c) defeated Norman Smiley & Ralphus

Shawn Stasiak defeated Curt Hennig

WCW United States Heavyweight Championship: Scott Steiner (c) defeated Captain Rection

Mike Awesome wrestled Chris Kanyon to a no contest

The Total Package defeated Buff Bagwell

Shane Douglas defeated Ric Flair

Sting defeated Vampiro

Hulk Hogan defeated Billy Kidman

Triple Cage – WCW World Heavyweight Championship: Jeff Jarrett defeated David Arquette (c) and Diamond Dallas Page

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