Quite a few interesting developments have taken place in the world of MMA in the last 24 hours. But fans often miss out on the most significant events in our favorite sport due to the lack of time. However, there is nothing to worry about as we bring you another edition of the roundup to stay abreast of the noteworthy events from the world of mixed martial arts.
We will start with , who sent a message to American rap legend Snoop Dogg. Then we will shift our focus to a possible fight between and . Finally, we will sum up the daily news compilation with , who got called out for his false claims about MMA.
American rap legend Snoop Dogg recently announced that he is going to quit consuming marijuana. He also asked his fans to give him and his family some privacy. Meanwhile, Conor McGregor took notice of this announcement. He for the 52-year-old rapper and supported his decision to quit smoking.
said Conor McGregor. The Irishman also claimed to have quit smoking himself for a while since he was in the Middle East and that has made him feel much better than before.
McGregor further stated, He ended his message by showing his appreciation to Snoop Dogg while wishing him all the best for the future. ‘The Notorious’ added.
‘Funk Master’ wanted to replicate what Conor McGregor and a few others have achieved and become a double champion. However, his UFC 292 loss to put a halt to those plans. Despite that, Aljamain Sterling is still looking to go up to the featherweight division. He recently mentioned that he’s been getting tested at UFC PI to see if he can make a viable switch to the 145lbs division.
Meanwhile, the former bantamweight champion shared a tweet where he hinted that he might be making his featherweight debut against Max Holloway. It has led to a lot of speculations about the fight. However, there hasn’t been any official confirmation yet.
Dwayne Johnson recently made his maiden appearance on ‘The Joe Rogan Experience’. There he told that he was considering a career in MMA when he was going through a rough time in WWE. ‘The Rock’ mentioned that he had been in talks with Ken Shamrock and even Mark Kerr about the possibility of switching to MMA in 1997. However, a fan on Twitter (X) called him out with a few key details.
A Twitter (X) user by the name ‘ TheRealSnowden‘ mentioned that Pride had its first event in 1997. Hence, it did not match the timeline that Dwayne Johnson gave. Furthermore, Ken Shamrock still did not have a fight in Pride until 2002, so there was no way that he could have given accurate details about the promotion to ‘The Rock’. As such, the former WWE champion’s statement has raised a lot of eyebrows among combat sports fans.
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