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UFC On ESPN 8 Results - Alistair Overeem Stops Walt Harris In A Two Round Grueling Battle

UFC On ESPN 8 Results - Alistair Overeem Stops Walt Harris In A Two Round Grueling Battle

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Heavyweight contender Alistair Overeem was really the center of attraction as Walt Harris received such an emotional welcome back to the cage following the death of his Daughter but was able to do everything necessary to take home a win in the UFC on ESPN 8 headliner on Saturday night at VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville Florida, broadcasted Live on ESPN.

Overeem (46-18 MMA, 11-7 UFC) was part of those fighters , who showed care when Harris went through those trying times but kept to his word to stick to business when they eventually met in Saturday night. Overeem was able to overcome the early charge from Harris, scored a highlight reel TKO victory at exactly 3:00 of the second round.
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The victory was Overeem's 65th fight as a professional and the win wasn't an easy one as he dug deep, connected the nessesary strike…

Conor McGregor Maintains Still Is Much Left In Him

Conor McGregor Maintains Still Is Much Left In Him

Conor McGregor has been UFC biggest star and his capabilities has never been underestimated, jumping from MMA to Boxing this year still had a followers who believed he could still achieve victory even in unfriendly grounds against Floyd Mayweather.

Its been months since that Fight and The "Notorious" next move has increasingly become blur as he deliberately delayed his comeback to the Octagon due to some negotiations with the UFC bringing fans to the question if he is still capable of doing what he does well in the Octagon or is he going to make his way to big money fights in Boxing.

In a recent interview with Skysports, Conor McGregor explained his stance “I always look at the end from a damage-taken standpoint,” McGregor said during a recent interview with Sky Sports . “How much damage have I taken? How is my brain? How is my mental health? How is my physical body? How is my training? How is my preparation? How is my hunger for it?

“That is where I gauge how long I will do it and there is still a lot left in me.”
“It is not necessarily a money thing for me,” McGregor said. “I am passionate about fighting. Fighting is what I love to do. I will continue to do it as long as I am healthy and willing to put in the work that it takes to do.
“I will not be stupid, though. I will not notice things about myself and then continue to do it like many others before me.”

“It is a dangerous, ruthless business and I am aware of that,” McGregor said. “Thankfully I am in a position of great wealth. I do not need to do it. I am doing it for the love of it.
“I will make my decision when the time comes.”

The UFC lightweight champion has many options in his hands, title unification bout with interim UFC lightweight champion Tony Ferguson, a trilogy fight with nemesis Nate Diaz , and a potential return to Boxing, anyone he chooses we all know will be some good choices.

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