McGregor to be gifted £50000 sculpture of himself for his 30th

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His first professional boxing bout on 26 August previous year saw him stopped in the 10th round by Floyd Mayweather.

One option, Nurmagomedov says, is the victor of Dustin Poirier and Eddie Alvarez's rematch, which headlines UFC Calgary on July 28.

Askelovic, also known as Aspencrow, said it was an "honour" that the Irish fighter has accepted the gift, which weighs 100 kg and was designed exclusively from photographs. Nurmagomedov was supposed to take on Tony Ferguson and Max Holloway, but both fighters were pulled.

"If not Conor, if not GSP, I think Alvarez vs. Poirier, I think the victor deserves a title shot".

Has Croatia ever won the World Cup?
She added that she is flying back to Croatia and would be watching the game as part of a joint birthday football celebration. Flights from across Europe on Tuesday and Wednesday were packed with England fans scrambling to make the last-minute trip.

"You can see him as a prisoner, or a god, or just as a person."OK, well, it did not occur to me to see him as a god until you said that, but fine, I guess that's not too weird."I like Conor McGregor". If he can, why not? Tony Ferguson is biggest match-up for me.

"It is the match I want - I don't know if he is healthy but if he is, why not?" Why not? I'm ready for September, I'm ready for October, I'm training all the time. "If the UFC gives me any opponent, I'm ready for this, to beat this guy".

"If they want to make money, let's go", Nurmagomedov said. Some of the decisions he makes might not be correct, but none of us are ideal."And now it's officially weird". "I think that was directed at other areas of his life for a while, building up his business world - which is completely justified. If he wants to lose and make money, he has to say yes and sign this contract and come back because people forget about when he fought last time".

UFC president Dana White has claimed he won't start fight negotiations with McGregor until the culmination of the Dubliner's ongoing court case, the result of his actions at the UFC 223 media day in Brooklyn, New York.

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