Conor McGregor is Willing to Save UFC Fight Night 76…For a Price


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UFC Fight Night 76 has quickly gone from pretty good to the undisputed worst card in UFC history.  The collapse of the main event, a lightweight battle between Dustin Poirier and Joseph Duffy, and the co-main event, a heavyweight fight between Stipe Miocic and Ben Rothwell, has left a massive void at the top of the card.

C/O Ben Rothwell

C/O Ben Rothwell

The UFC is content in leaving that void unfilled, though, and instead of offering Dustin Poirier more money to take on a new opponent or mobilizing one of the many fighters looking to fight out their contracts like Ben Henderson or Matt Mitrione, they’re going to try and get fans to tune in and show up for an event headlined by Patrick Holohan vs. Louis Smolka.


Ladies and gentlemen, your new main eventer.

Heard of either of them? No, I didn’t think so (but mind you, they are solid flyweights, they’re just completely unknown to the majority of fans.

But fear not, fans, Conor McGregor is willing to save this event. Check out his terms, and who he called out, on the next page.

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