Conor McGregor vs Eddie Alvarez Live Stream: Who Will Win The UFC Lightweight Title on 12th November in UFC 205?
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When Will Start UFC 205 Live Fight?
Event: UFC 205: Conor McGregor vs Eddie Alvarez Live PPV Fight
Date: Sat., Nov. 12, 2016
Location: Madison Square Garden in New York, New York
Broadcast: Pay-Per-View (PPV)
TV Info: topnews24live.com/mcgregorvsalvarezlivestream
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) will stage its most stacked pay-per-view (PPV) event ever when it makes its long-awaited Madison Square Garden debut in New York, N.Y., on Nov. 12, 2016, featuring a staggering three world title fights in one night. Chief among them is a “super fight” between Lightweight champion, Eddie Alvarez, against Featherweight kingpin, “Conor McGregor, for the 155-pound title. Welterweight champion Tyron Woodley will attempt to defend his 170-pound title for the first time ever against Stephen Thompson in UFC 205’s co-main event, while Strawweight champion Joanna Jedrzejczyk will look to retain her belt in a battle of Polish pride when she collides with Karolina Kowalkiewicz. It’s going to be straight up bonkers — championship triple header! Check out the latest and greatest UFC 205 fight card and rumors below as the event takes shape over the upcoming days and weeks.
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) featherweight champion Conor McGregor was called in front of Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) on Monday (Oct. 10, 2016) to answer for his role in the spring water wars of 2016, which also included fellow UFC 202 headliner Nate Diaz.
Relive last August’s hydrated madness here.Since his behavior unbecoming of a professional athlete, according to the imaginary bylaws of the combat sports universe, McGregor was facing a possible fine and suspension for his press conference shenanigans.”Notorious” — represented by legal counsel but live via telephone — was able to avoid any time away from the fight game, but was fined a whopping $150,000, which amounts to five percent of his $3 million purse from UFC 202, and forced to perform 50 hours of community service.
McGregor also told commissioner Pat Lundvall he would accept whatever punishment NSAC deemed fit, perhaps forgetting these are the same folks who tried to suspend Nick Diaz for five years after he took one too many hits from the bong.
The attorney general originally recommended a $25,000 fine with 25 hours community service and five hours media training, but that didn’t sit well with the commissioners because the trash-talking Irishman makes more money than anyone in UFC.
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McGregor can next be seen at the UFC 205 pay-per-view event on Nov. 12 in New York City, where he will attempt to become the first fighter in the history of the promotion to simultaneously hold two championship belts in two different weight classes. But he’ll first need to defeat reigning lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez.
UFC 204 was a show designed for one fighter (Michael Bisping) and one city (Manchester, England) Mcgregor vs Alvarez Live on Saturday, Nov. 12 is so much more.
Twenty years ago, mixed martial arts was the Wild West of sports. It had few rules, little regulation and no equipment. It was labeled as “human cockfighting” by politicians and actively embraced the idea that it was an underground blood sport.Unsurprisingly, that led to its banning in many states in 1997, just a short time before UFC 12 was to return to New York. Worse yet, that was followed by a number of pay-per-view carriers refusing to broadcast the sport, leaving the UFC with few places to set up events and few ways for fans to see them.Obviously, things changed with time. The UFC cleaned itself up and improved its image. It returned to television, made the push to network television and, eventually, became a normal part of the sports world.
There was, however, one black mark that lingered from MMA‘s dark ages: The sport remained banned in New York.
Sure, it was easy to forget given the UFC’s gains at the box office and international expansion. And sure, it was easy to shrug it off as silly politics, given the fact that the lingering prohibition was largely rooted in a struggle between the UFC’s ownership group and the culinary workers union it viciously fought to keep out of its casinos Still, that blemish lasted for years on end. The UFC sank millions upon millions into lobbyists and lawsuits to push into the Empire State, which led to disappointment after disappointment…
Until March 2016. In a surprising turnaround, the New York State Assembly voted in favor of legalizing MMA, and the UFC is celebrating this turn with one of the biggest, best events in its history.
This is the UFC’s coming-out party, and because of that, it’s worth being excited and worth taking a good look at the entire event.
How to Watch Alvarez Mcgregor Live Stream?
UFC 205 is coming up, and a lot of people are talking about the super-fight between Eddie Alvarez and Conor McGregor. Firas Zahabi, who is considered as one of the best coaches in the sport, has released an in-depth breakdown with his thoughts and technical analysis on the fight.
The first thing the Tristar Gym coach mentioned, was that the short time between fights may not be beneficial for McGregor.“I personally think it’s too quick of a turnaround,” Zahabi said. “Because his last fight against Nate, he showed he has a lot to fix, still.”
“In round 2 he completely faded. The same kind of thing happened in the second fight,” he said. “He found a second wind and came back, so there’s improvement. But his cardio still isn’t bullet proof. His composure still isn’t bullet proof. His ability to fight 5 rounds, for me I still think needs a lot of work and needs to be addressed. And I don’t think he has the time to address this in his fight.”
“He’s not going to have 6-7 months between the first and second Nate Diaz fights,” he said. “He won’t have time. Expect his abilities to be pretty much the same, his cardiovascular abilities.”Alvarez vs McGregor Live has not fought at lightweight since 2012. He was scheduled to face Rafael dos Anjos for the UFC lightweight title at UFC 196, but dos Anjos withdrew from that fight, leading McGregor to instead schedule Diaz at welterweight (170 pounds). McGregor lost that bout by submission, setting up the rematch with Diaz that McGregor won at UFC 202 on Aug. 20.
Zahabi cites that McGregor’s strategy of pacing himself early, and landing heavy leg kicks worked against Diaz, as it got him the ability to rest and recover on the later rounds. Each time he threw kicks, Diaz would back off a bit and that helped set a favorable pace.Problem is, Firas doesn’t think that strategy would work on this bout. Not only does Alvarez’s stance not leave him as vulnerable to those kicks, he also possesses a legitimate takedown threat. “I think he would be wise to try and knockout Eddie in the first round. Don’t try to pace yourself with Eddie,” Firas said when asked what advice he’d give Conor.“I don’t think he is going to be able to slow down the pace against an Eddie Alvarez. It’s going to be a hard, punishing fight in rounds 3, 4, and 5. If they go to rounds 3, 4 and 5, the pace will be high and it’s will be Eddie pushing the pace. McGregor vs Alvarez Live PPV needs to win this in round one and early in round two. I don’t really see Conor winning a decision. It would surprise me, it’s not impossible of course.”“I think if he does win this fight, it’s how he always wins his big fights. Early,” he said. “He needs to get back to that, and forget about pacing. Do or die, rounds 1 or 2.”“It’s all happening for McGregor in Round 1 and 2. That’s where his talent is. That’s what brought him to the top. That’s what made him famous,” he said. “Rounds 1 or 2, that’s when he’s super dangerous, later rounds, it’s going to be an Eddie Alvarez fight. So I think he needs to avoid pacing himself.”Zahabi says that while he possesses technical boxing, Alvarez’s penchant of brawling after taking punches, could lead him to trouble against a talented striker such as McGregor. He says if he was coaching Eddie, he would tell him to just “wrestle, wrestle, wrestle.”“I don’t believe he’s going to be able to stop all of Eddie’s takedowns. Only way he can stop all of Eddie’s takedowns, is if he knocks him out early,” he said. “Other than that, I see Eddie getting a takedown. In the UFC, He has taken down Pettis repeatedly. He took down Gilbert Melendez several times. He took down partially, Dos Anjos.”Just three months after dispatching Nate Diaz, UFC featherweight champion Conor McGregor will move to 155 pounds to face lightweight championEddie Alvarez for his title in the main event of UFC 205.McGregor will attempt to become the first simultaneous two-weight world champion in UFC history as he will be allowed to retain his 145-pound belt through the fight.
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Now McGregor gets to fight at a much more reasonable weight and could be recognized as the dual-champion that he’s long talked about becoming. A win would make him the third fighter in UFC history to capture belts in two weight classes, the first to hold the straps simultaneously.This is certainly an interesting development for UFC considering president Dana White noted just days ago that he wanted Alvarez to fight undefeated contender Khabib Nurmagomedov.“I think Eddie Alvarez’s wrestling is on another level than Conor McGregor’s. Another level than Nate Diaz’s wrestling, and Diaz took him down even the second time. Conor showed some improvement in his takedown defense, however, he’s not one of those guys who is impossible to takedown.”“Eddie has taken down way more seasoned wrestlers. If he doesn’t get knocked out, I expect him to get several takedowns, especially in the later rounds.”“If it’s a fence war, Alvarez will come up on top.”In the end, while most books have him as a slight underdog, Zahabi predicted an Alvarez win.“Eddie Alvarez isn’t crazy. He’s been in too many dangerous fights to play with fire. I think he’s going to take McGregor down early. Even if he doesn’t, he’s going to grind him out against the cage and is going to win the fight. That’s my opinion.”“I’m picking Alvarez. I think he gets past round 1 and 2.”
Watch the complete video below, which has over 50 minutes of insightful, technical breakdowns.[Source]
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