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The Conor McGregor hype train is headed to Hollywood, according to a report by TMZ Sports.

The site believes McGregor, who recently unified the UFC featherweight titles with a 13-second knockout of Jose Aldo, will appear in the next “XXX” film alongside Vin Diesel.

McGregor made mention of a possible trip or two to Hollywood to film movie roles before his win over Aldo. Ronda Rousey has been splitting time between MMA and movies, dropping her UFC title earlier this year.

Diesel also posted on social media that “Timing and precision… The casting of the new XXX gets more exciting everyday” along with a picture of himself and McGregor.

Timing and precision… The casting of the new XXX gets more exciting everyday. #Iliveforthisshit

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ufc on fox 17

Catch the special “Road to the Octagon” for Saturday’s UFC on FOX 17 card in the video below.

The series focuses in on the main event between Rafael dos Anjos and Donald Cerrone for the lightweight title.

The Octagon heads to Orlando to conclude 2015 this Saturday night with UFC on FOX 17.

In the main event, Rafael dos Anjos defends his lightweight title for the first time against Donald Cerrone.

This marks the second meeting between the two, as dos Anjos earned a win in 2013.

Also, heavyweight contenders Junior dos Santos and Alistair Overeem will collide, along with Nate Diaz vs. Michael Johnson and Karolina Kowalkiewicz vs. Randa Markos.

Those four fights comprise the FOX main card, while six others are scheduled for the FOX prelims. The action begins at 3:30 p.m. ET with three bouts on UFC Fight Pass.

Check out the current lineup below:


UFC Lightweight Championship
Rafael dos Anjos (c) vs. Donald Cerrone

Heavyweight: Junior dos Santos vs. Alistair Overeem

Lightweight: Nate Diaz vs. Michael Johnson

Strawweight: Karolina Kowalkiewicz vs. Randa Markos


Featherweight: Myles Jury vs. Charles Oliveira

Middleweight: C.B. Dollaway vs. Nate Marquardt

Female Bantamweight: Sarah Kaufman vs. Valentina Shevchenko

Middleweight: Tamdan McCrory vs. Josh Samman

Lightweight: Nik Lentz vs. Danny Castillo

Featherweight: Cole Miller vs. Jim Alers

PRELIMINARY CARD (UFC Fight Pass/3:30 p.m. ET)

Welterweight: Leon Edwards vs. Kamaru Usman

Welterweight: Hayder Hassan vs. Vicente Luque

Heavyweight: Luiz Henrique vs. Francis Ngannou

ufc 194

Two title fights finished off a three-day stretch of 30 plus fights Saturday night at UFC 194.

In the main event, Conor McGregor proved wrong in his prediction, needing just 13 seconds to defeat Jose Aldo and unify the UFC featherweight titles.

McGregor connected with a left and added one hammer-fist on the ground and Aldo was out, stopping the former champion for the first time in his career. The fight marked the quickest championship match in UFC history, surpassing the 14-second submission win by Ronda Rousey.

“Notorious” also joins Rousey now on the cover of the upcoming UFC video game from EA Sports.

Chris Weidman tried to do something he typically does not do, and Luke Rockhold capitalized.

Rockhold caught a wheel kick attempt in the third round and nearly finished the fight vs. Weidman, finally getting the TKO win in the fourth round after leaving the former champion a bloody mess. He adds UFC gold to a previous Strikeforce title he won.

Thanks to a big first round, Yoel Romero earned a split decision over Ronaldo “Jacare” Souza in a middleweight title-eliminator. The Olympic silver medalist in wrestling nearly had the former Strikeforce champion finished, but Souza rallied to make it interesting.

In what was billed as a match for the grapplers, Demian Maia earned his fourth straight win by suffocating Gunnar Nelson. The Brazilian held a plus-186 advantage in strikes landed, finishing 193 of 229 for the fight.

Max Holloway pushed his win streak to eight with a convincing decision win over Jeremy Stephens in a battle of Top-10 featherweights to kickoff the pay-per-view main card. Holloway hasn’t lost since a 2013 decision to McGregor.

Urijah Faber kept pace with the rest of the bantamweight division, scoring a hard-fought decision over Frankie Saenz to get back on track. “The California Kid” was coming off a decision loss to Frankie Edgar earlier this year.

Tecia Torres made sure to keep her name on the short list of strawweight contenders, turning back a game effort by former Resurrection Fighting Alliance champion Jocelyn Jones-Lybarger. Torres picked up a decision against the debuting Jones-Lybarger.

Two unbeaten welterweights entered the Octagon, but just Warlley Alves left with his perfect record intact. Alves, a former Ultimate Fighter winner, locked up a first round guillotine choke on Colby Covington to secure the victory.

In a meeting of lightweights looking to make a statement, Leonardo Santos came out on top, finishing Kevin Lee with strikes. It marked the 10th first round finish for Aldo’s teammate.

Yancy Medeiros stunned John Makdessi wth a split decision victory. Despite being on the defense for much of the fight, Medeiros landed a shot at the end of the third that floored “The Bull.”

Court McGee, returning for the first time in almost two years, scored a decision victory over Marcio Alexandre, Jr. to begin the night. The win came on the former Ultimate Fighter winners birthday.

Complete results can be found below:

Conor McGregor def. Jose Aldo via KO (strike) at :13 of Round 1 to become the unified UFC featherweight champion

Luke Rockhold def. Chris Weidman via TKO (strikes) at 3:12 of Round 4 to become the new UFC middleweight champion

Yoel Romero def. Ronaldo “Jacare” Souza via split decision (29-27, 28-29, 29-28)

Demian Maia def. Gunnar Nelson via unanimous decision (30-26, 30-25, 30-25)

Max Holloway def. Jeremy Stephens via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28)

Urijah Faber def. Frankie Saenz via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 30-27)

Tecia Torres def. Jocelyn Jones-Lybarger via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

Warlley Alves def. Colby Covington via submission (guillotine choke) at 1:26 of Round 1

Leonardo Santos def. Kevin Lee via TKO (strikes) at 3:26 of Round 1

Magomed Mustafaev def. Joe Proctor via TKO (strikes) at 1:54 of Round 1

Yancy Medeiros def. John Makdessi via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)

Court McGee def. Marcio Alexandre, Jr. via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28)

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Welcome to FightLine’s live coverage of UFC 194.

Tonight’s card comes to us from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas and completes a whirl-wind three-day stretch for the promotion.

After months and month of build, we’ll finally see Jose Aldo and Conor McGregor square off inside the Octagon. The two will meet for the unified featherweight title, as McGregor won a share of it when he defeated Chad Mendes earlier this year.

Aldo, of course, is widely-regarded as the best featherweight of all-time. He’s defeated the likes of Mendes, Ricardo Lamas, Frankie Edgar and Kenny Florian since coming over from the WEC, and he has not lost since 2005.

But it’s not just one title on the line tonight, as Chris Weidman defends his middleweight belt against Luke Rockhold in the co-main event. Weidman, coming off wins over Lyoto Machida and Vitor Belfort, will be trying to keep Rockhold from adding UFC gold to his previously won Strikeforce title.

Rounding out the pay-per-view main card will be Ronaldo “Jacare” Souza vs. Yoel Romero in a middleweight title-eliminator, Demian Maia vs. Gunnar Nelson at welterweight and 145-pounders Max Holloway and Jeremy Stephens.

Headlining the FOX Sports 1 prelims that begin at 8 p.m. ET is a bantamweight battle pitting Urijah Faber vs. Frankie Saenz. Tecia Torres welcomes Jocelyn Jones-Lybarger to the UFC, while Warlley Alves tangles with Colby Covington and Leonardo Santos meets Kevin Lee.

Three bouts kick things off on UFC Fight Pass at 7 p.m. ET with Joe Proctor taking on Magomed Musstafaev, John Makdessi facing Yancy Medeiros and Court McGee returning to fight Marcio Alexandre, Jr.

Now, let’s get to the action!


Court McGee vs. Marcio Alexandre, Jr.

We begin this stacked event in the welterweight division, as former Ultimate Fighter winner Court McGee (16-4) returns from an extended layoff against Marcio Alexandre, Jr. (11-2).

Round 1: McGee with a pair of huge, powerful kicks, taking it right to Alexandre. Relaxed stance by Alexandre, who is looking for an opening but eats a straight right. McGee fakes for a takedown, tries for the clinch and is denied. They finally clinch, as McGee is in his world now against the karate fighter. Low blow lands on Alexandre and we have a break in the action. Alexandre grabs the guillotine and has it locked up early. He’s working hard to get his head out and does, showing excellent submission defense at the end of the round.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for McGee

Round 2: Alexandre lands with a good knee, but that allows McGee to get in deep on a takedown attempt. Alexandre fights it off and McGee gains the clinch again. He’s connecting with knees to the thighs, taking the air out of Alexandre’s offense and grinding this one down. McGee’s also doing all of this right in his corner, getting instructions from his team. In deep again on a single, but Alexandre fights it off once more. Excellent takedown defense by Alexandre, as he has defended all six attempts. The ref has seen enough of the clinch and separates them with less than a minute to go.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for McGee

Round 3: Finally, on the seventh attempt, McGee scores with a takedown right off the bat in the third. He’s unable to really do much in terms of offense and they are back on the feet midway through the round. McGee with a solid right, but neither man has been able to do much in terms of imposing their will. Back to the clinch for “The Crusher,” scoring with knees to the thigh region and body. Alexandre tries for a guillotine and it allows McGee to pick him up and slam him to the canvas, gaining top position and beating up the body. Huge finish by McGee with thunderous right elbows.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for McGee

Court McGee def. Marcio Alexandre, Jr. via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28)

John Makdessi vs. Yancy Medeiros

Our first of two lightweight bouts to conclude the Fight Pass prelims is next, as John Makdessi (13-4) faces off with Yancy Medeiros (11-3).

Round 1: Medeiros with a very upright stance, as Makdessi is looking to attack with a spin move. In the meantime, Medeiros is peppering him with kicks to the body and just misses on a high-kick. Makdessi is eating a lot of straight shots to the face, as his nose is getting red. Medeiros has the reach advantage and is taking advantage of it. Good shot to the body from “The Bull.”

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Medeiros

Round 2: Much better offensive flow from Makdessi here in the early stages of the second. He’s loading up and finding a home, and has shown more power than Medeiros. Not a lot of action this round, as both fighters remained standing. Makdessi, though, seemed to be getting the better of it.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Makdessi

Round 3: Another good spinning attack finds a home for Makdessi, but here comes Medeiros again, stringing together lefts and rights. In terms of Octagon control, it’s been all Makdessi so far in this one. Medeiros with a pair of rights that connect and he is moving well, staying out of the power range. Makdessi doing a great job of staying just out of the range of Medeiros, avoiding the power shots. Good kick to the liver for The Bull, who is now pushing forward with a minute left. Medeiros with a knee and a left hook that floors Makdessi at the end of the round.

FightLine scores the round 10-9 for Medeiros

Yancy Medeiros def. John Makdessi via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)

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