UFC 246 McGregor vs Cowboy fight week LIVE: Latest news, predictions, and updates ahead of Saturday’s fight – The Sun

CONOR McGREGOR faces Donald 'Cowboy' Cerrone at UFC 246 in just a matter of days.

The Irishman last fought in the Octagon in October 2018, suffering a fourth-round submission defeat by Khabib Nurmagomedov.

  • The final press conference takes place on Wednesday night (1am UK time)
  • The weigh in is on Friday night (midnight)
  • UFC 246 card is on Saturday LIVE from Las Vegas

Here we will be bringing you all the latest build up, news and updates from fight week…


    Conor McGregor has claimed that talks have been discussed between a boxing match between him and Manny Pacquiao.

    Speaking on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show, he said: “I would be open to other boxing bouts. You know, Manny [Pacquiao]. We’re actually close to signing Manny.

    “There’s been talks about the Manny fight as well.”

    He also said that a bout could happen against Paulie Malignaggi, he added: “Very much so. And then the Paulie [Malignaggi] fight. I’d like to box Paulie. I want to box again.

    “I will box again, I will get a boxing world title.”


    UFC 246 fight week is HERE.

    And what a main event we have in store as the returning Conor McGregor takes on the 'Cowboy' himself, Donald Cerrone, at welterweight.

    It will be McGregor's first UFC bout since October 2018, when he lost to the fearsome Russian Khabib Nurmagomedov.

    In fact McGregor has not won a fight – including his big boxing match against Floyd Mayweather in August 2017 – since November 2016.

    It was then that he beat Eddie Alvarez to win the UFC lightweight title, but later was stripped of the belt due to inactivity.

    We will be bringing you all of the latest news ahead of Saturday's massive fight card in Las Vegas right here, including all of the goss from final press conference on Wednesday night.

    Then there is the small matter of the weigh in on Friday night, when the fighters will tip the scales.

    The Cowboy, 36, is no cannon fodder, however, he has won MORE UFC fights than any other fighter with 23 victories inside the Octagon.

    Can McGregor, 31, finally get back to winning ways or is he a spent force? Stay tuned here for all of the build-up right up to fight night…

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