Who commentated UFC 194?

Who commentated UFC 194?

UFC 194: Luke Rockhold and Chris Weidman Octagon Interview.

What weight did Conor fight Jose at?


Main Card
Weight class
Featherweight Conor McGregor (ic) José Aldo (c)
Middleweight Luke Rockhold Chris Weidman (c)
Middleweight Yoel Romero Ronaldo Souza

Is UFC 264 a title fight?

The UFC 264 main event between Conor McGregor and Dustin Poirier won’t have a title on the line, but there will be plenty at stake on Saturday before a capacity crowd at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

What happened to Aldo vs McGregor?

Six years have passed since Conor McGregor knocked out Jose Aldo in 13-seconds at UFC 194 and backstage footage from before the fight proved it wasn’t a fluke.

Why did Aldo not get a rematch?

Aldo insisted on an immediate rematch since he had dominated the weight class for over five years in the now-defunct WEC and UFC, but the promotion never booked it. Instead, they allowed McGregor to move up a division and challenge for a second title.

How old is Aldo?

35 years (September 9, 1986)José Aldo / Age

What was Conor Mcgregors lowest weight?

Conor McGregor
Nickname(s) Notorious
Height 5 ft 9 in (175 cm)
Weight 156 lb (71 kg; 11 st 2 lb)
Division Featherweight (2008–2015) Lightweight (2008–2012, 2016–2018, 2021–present) Welterweight (2016, 2020)

How much did Conor McGregor weigh in his first fight?

For his first fight against Nate Diaz, Conor McGregor stepped on the scale at 168lbs, under the welterweight limit of 170lbs. Although the Irishman was seen rubbing his belly during the weigh-ins, signaling that his weight cut went smoothly, the fight night didn’t go according to plan McGregor..

Is Conor McGregor returning to UFC?

Conor McGregor will likely return to the Octagon this autumn, UFC president Dana White has told talkSPORT. The Irishman is said to be coming towards the end of his recovery after breaking his leg in his trilogy fight with Dustin Poirier last year.

How much did McGregor weigh against Aldo?

Both fighters made weight at 145 pounds as they prepare for the bout. Along with the drama, there was no shortage of social media opinion on the fight either. Overwhelming answer is yes, Aldo vs. McGregor is your most anticipated fight in UFC history.

Why was there never a McGregor vs Aldo 2?

During a recent interview with MMAFighting, Jose Aldo explained why a second matchup between himself and McGregor will never happen. “No, man, there’s no way,” Aldo said of a rematch at lightweight. “I’m going after a fight for the belt, I want to build this career at bantamweight and make history this way.