Filed under: News , UFC True to form, UFC featherweight champ Conor McGregor showed up late to Thursday’s UFC 202 press conference  at Las Vegas’ T-Mobile Arena, which had just peeled off would-be UFC 200 headliner Jon Jones’ visage from the exterior after a potential doping violation forced him off the card. Daniel Cormier’s remained half-intact. When not struggling with a disastrous microphone setup, McGregor (19-3 MMA, 7-1 UFC), wearing a tight, shiny green shirt, predicted he would turn things around after a loss to Nate Diaz (19-10 MMA, 14-8 UFC), who sat opposite him in the cavernous arena as they promoted their Aug. 20 rematch in Las Vegas. There were none of the fireworks that accompanied their first fight at March’s UFC 196, which Diaz took via second-round submission

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UFC champ Conor McGregor says UFC 202 will outperform UFC 200 on pay-per-view – MMA Junkie

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