Early numbers suggest disappointing PPV buy rate for UFC 226
According to insider Dave Meltzer of MMAFighting.com, early indicators point to a relatively low PPV buy number for Saturday's UFC 226, despite being headlined by a champion vs. champion heavyweight title fight. Meltzer suggests that the number will come in around 400,000 buys, which he believes is considerably less than the promotion hoped for. Meltzer has proven to have fairly accurate information when it comes to buy numbers using a varierty of factors to make a solid estimate.
2018 Bellator Heavyweight World GP semis on Oct 12
Ryan 'Darth' Bader fights Matt 'Meathead' Mitrione at Bellator: Mitrione vs. Bader on October 12, at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut, in the first semi-final fight of the 2018 Bellator Heavyweight World Grand Prix.
Chiesa legal action vs. McGregor 'in motion'
When Conor McGregor failed to intimidate Khabib Nurmagomedov by throwing a hand truck at a bus at UFC 223 in April, he did succeed in cutting Michael Chiesa with flying glass to the point Chiesa's couldn't fight that Saturday. Now Chiesa says, "The wheels are in motion. I'm doing what's been advised to me. And yes, there is a legal battle against McGregor."
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USADA: Lesnar can fight on January 8, 2019, if ...
"After receiving notice of his intent to compete in the UFC, USADA re-entered Brock Lesnar to the testing pool on July 3. With six months and four days remaining on his period of ineligibility, Lesnar will be able to compete on or after January 8, 2019, should he remain in compliance with the UFC Anti-Doping Policy." - statement from the US Anti-Doping Agency