Conor vs cowboy

Conor vs cowboy DEFAULT
Welterweight Bout

Method: KO/TKO Round: 1 Time: 0:40 Time format: 5 Rnd (5-5-5-5-5) Referee: Herb Dean

Details: Punches to Head On Ground

Totals

Fighter KD Sig. str. Sig. str. % Total str. Td Td % Sub. att Rev. Ctrl

Conor McGregor

Donald Cerrone

1

0

19 of 26

0 of 1

73%

0%

20 of 27

0 of 1

0 of 0

0 of 0

---

---

0

0

0

0

0:13

0:00

Per round
Fighter KD Sig. str. Sig. str. % Total str. Td % Td % Sub. att Rev. Ctrl
Round 1

Conor McGregor

Donald Cerrone

1

0

19 of 26

0 of 1

73%

0%

20 of 27

0 of 1

0 of 0

0 of 0

---

---

0

0

0

0

0:13

0:00

Significant Strikes

Fighter Sig. str Sig. str. % Head Body Leg Distance Clinch Ground

Conor McGregor

Donald Cerrone

19 of 26

0 of 1

73%

0%

19 of 25

0 of 0

0 of 1

0 of 1

0 of 0

0 of 0

3 of 7

0 of 1

3 of 3

0 of 0

13 of 16

0 of 0

Per round
Fighter Sig. str Sig. str. % Head Body Leg Distance Clinch Ground
Round 1

Conor McGregor

Donald Cerrone

19 of 26

0 of 1

73%

0%

19 of 25

0 of 0

0 of 1

0 of 1

0 of 0

0 of 0

3 of 7

0 of 1

3 of 3

0 of 0

13 of 16

0 of 0

Significant Strikes

Conor McGregor Donald Cerrone

Landed by target

Avg. 50% High 80% Avg. 50% High 80% Avg. 50% High 80%

100% Head 0%

0% Body 0%

0% Leg 0%

Avg. 50% High 80% Avg. 50% High 80% Avg. 50% High 80%

Landed by position

Avg. 50% High 80% Avg. 50% High 80% Avg. 50% High 80%

15% Distance 0%

15% Clinch 0%

68% Ground 0%

Avg. 50% High 80% Avg. 50% High 80% Avg. 50% High 80%

Per round

RD1 19 of 26 - 73% 0 of 1 - 0%

Landed Attempted

Sours: http://ufcstats.com/fight-details/eed6c9aff2234b7a

UFC 246: Conor McGregor earns 40 second TKO win over Donald 'Cowboy' Cerrone

Conor McGregor is BACK, earning a 40-second TKO win over veteran Donald 'Cowboy' Cerrone at UFC 246. 

McGregor went for the kill from the opening seconds, throwing his signature left hand as they met in the middle of the Octagon. 

It sailed high, but in the clinch, McGregor powered his shoulder into Cerrone's nose, drawing blood. 

A head kick just seconds later rattled Cowboy, sending him reeling into the cage. 

McGregor dropped him shortly afterwards and turned on some relentless ground and pound. 

Referee Herb Dean gave Cowboy every chance to fight on before being forced to stop the action.

Check it out below. 

Speaking afterwards, McGregor said the shoulder shot is something Cowboy wouldn't have been expecting. 

"I walked him into it. It's a nice shot," he said. 

McGregor becomes the only fighter in UFC history to record stoppage wins at featherweight, lightweight and welterweight.

Earlier in the night, Carlos Deigo Ferreira kicked off the pay per view portion of the card with second round submission win over former lightweight champion Anthony Pettis. 

Ferrerira, a rising star in the 155-pound division and a legitimate jiu-jitsu master, locked in a neck crank, forcing Pettis to tap 1:46 into the second frame. 

Veteran bantamweight Brian Kelleher tapped Ode Osbourne with a guillotine in the first round of the second fight on PPV, before Aleksei Oleinik earned the sixth submission win of his UFC career in the second round against Maurice Greene. 

In the co-main event, Holly Holm scored a unanimous decision victory over Raquel Pennington in a bout that left many fans at T-Mobile Arena booing. 

Sours: https://www.sportingnews.com/au/mma/news/ufc-246-conor-mcgregor-earns-40-second-tko-win-over-donald-cowboy-cerrone/9200b8mrp96a1151e640tp03d
  1. Chesterfield blueberry farm
  2. Horizontal beadboard backsplash
  3. Multi flower pot
  4. Yama naruto

Conor McGregor finishes Donald Cerrone in 40 seconds at UFC 246

Jan 19, 2020
  • Marc RaimondiESPN Staff Writer

LAS VEGAS -- Everyone was looking for Conor McGregor's left hand. Instead, it was his left leg.

McGregor cracked Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone to the chin with a left head kick in the opening seconds of their UFC 246 main event fight Saturday night at T-Mobile Arena. The end came soon after. In his comeback fight, McGregor was victorious via TKO in just 40 seconds.

It marked the second-fastest win of McGregor's career, the quickest being his 13-second knockout of Jose Aldo in December 2015.

Afterward, McGregor knelt in the center of the Octagon and put his head in his palms. Then, he grabbed the Irish flag from his team, paraded around with it and climbed the cage to celebrate further.

2 Related

"The so-called experts of the game when they break down my skill-set, they say I'm just a fighter with a left hand, which is highly disrespectful and uneducated," McGregor said.

"I knew he was planning to knock me out with a head kick. I knew this is what Donald would have been envisioning. ... But at the same time I know that Donald has many discrepancies in his game, with the leans and dips under certain attacks that can also set him up for the high kick. So the high kick was something I thought I could catch him with, also."

The stakes were incredibly high for both men. For McGregor, it was a chance to reestablish himself in the sport following a loss to Khabib Nurmagomedov in October 2018 (his previous fight) and a 2019 rife with outside-the-cage issues. Last year, McGregor pleaded guilty to punching an older man at a Dublin bar, and the New York Times reported he is the subject of two alleged sexual assault investigations in his native Ireland.

For Cerrone, it was an opportunity to rid the biggest knock on him: that he cannot win the big one. As Cowboy noted earlier this week, it doesn't get much bigger than a McGregor fight in Las Vegas.

McGregor is the most popular fighter in UFC history, the promotion's biggest money mover and the former UFC lightweight and featherweight champion. Cerrone, meanwhile, is one of the most active and successful fighters of all time. He has the most wins (23) and the most finishes (16) in UFC history, among other records.

But Cerrone had never been in a pay-per-view main event until Saturday night and has no UFC titles to his name. There was no gold belt on the line Saturday, but this bout was bigger in some ways than one for a championship.

"I like this [welterweight] division," McGregor said in his postfight interview in the Octagon. "I feel really good. But I came out of here unscathed. I'm in shape. We've got work to do to get back to where I was."

UFC president Dana White said he was "blown away" by how McGregor looked as a welterweight.

"He looked unbelievable. He won't hear another peep from me about fighting at 170," White said. "He looked fast, he looked sharp, he looked strong. It was all about Conor. It has nothing to do with Cowboy being shot or anything like that."

play

Chael Sonnen and Michael Bisping break down Conor McGregor's impressive performance vs. Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone. For more UFC, sign up here for ESPN+ http://plus.espn.com/ufc.

McGregor said he was keeping his options open for his next fight and wanted to stay active. In talking about a potential next opponent, McGregor, who had been noticeably more respectful in the lead-up to Saturday's fight, was back to being brash.

"Any one of these fools can get it," McGregor said. "All of them. Every single one. It does not matter."

To start the bout Saturday night, McGregor came forward with a huge, winging left hand. Cerrone ducked it, and the two men went into a clinch. From there, McGregor hit Cerrone with his shoulder and his elbow, which Cerrone said surprised him and busted him up early. McGregor then landed a knee, and upon the separation from the clinch, McGregor caught Cowboy with a kick to the chin.

Cerrone was wobbled, and McGregor pounced. Cerrone went down to his knees, and McGregor continued the onslaught until referee Herb Dean called off the bout and ruled it a TKO.

Afterward, Cerrone was transported to the hospital for precautionary reasons because of injuries to his head and face. He was later released.

McGregor outlanded Cerrone 19-0 in significant strikes. He noted that he now has finishes in three UFC divisions -- featherweight, lightweight and welterweight. McGregor said the UFC can strip his titles -- which it has done twice before due to inactivity defending them -- but cannot take away those records.

"Etch my name in history one more time," said McGregor, who also has the third-most knockouts or TKOs among fighters at 170 pounds or lighter with eight.. "For the Irish people. For my mom back home."

McGregor (22-4) had not won a fight since he stopped Eddie Alvarez in the first round on Nov. 12, 2016, to win the lightweight title at UFC 205. The past three-plus years have been tumultuous, though still lucrative for the Irishman, with big fights against Floyd Mayweather in boxing and his blood feud with Nurmagomedov in the UFC.

McGregor, 31, has promised to stay active this year, fighting as many as three times or more. But first he had to deal with a very game Cerrone.

"I'm excited about the future," McGregor said afterward. "I'm not going to dwell on this victory. It's back in the gym and back to work. Who is next doesn't matter, the 'when' is more interesting. The whole world lights up when I fight, so I want to get back out there again. Soon enough, we'll see what happens."

Cerrone (36-14, 1 NC) has lost three straight fights, also getting finished by top lightweights Justin Gaethje and Tony Ferguson. The New Mexico resident was on a three-fight winning streak and closing in on a title shot before that. Cerrone, 36, is known for his exciting striking style and vowed to keep it standing against McGregor rather than take it to the ground, where he might have an advantage.

"I love the sport," Cerrone said afterward. "I'm gonna keep fighting."

UFC 246 drew 19,040 to T-Mobile Arena for a gate of $11,089,129.30, the fourth highest in UFC history. McGregor was the headliner in three of the top five gates.

© ESPN Enterprises, Inc. All rights reserved.
Sours: https://www.espn.com/mma/story/_/id/28512595/conor-mcgregor-finishes-donald-cerrone-40-seconds-ufc-246
UFC 246: Conor McGregor Octagon Interview

Conor McGregor vs. 'Cowboy' Cerrone PPV price: How much does it cost to watch UFC 246?

The UFC kicks off 2020 in style when UFC 246 takes place on Saturday, Jan. 18, from T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, as Conor McGregor battles Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone in the main event of the show in a welterweight affair. 

McGregor (21-4), the first fighter in UFC history to hold two titles (featherweight and lightweight) at the same time, returns for the first time since losing to current 155-pound champion Khabib Nurmagomedov at UFC 229 in October 2018. The last time McGregor fought at 170 pounds was back at UFC 202 in August 2016, when he beat Nate Diaz by majority decision in what at the time was the biggest event in company history. 

Cerrone (36-13, one no-contest) enters the contest on a two-fight losing streak to Tony Ferguson and Justin Gaethje at lightweight. In his previous run at welterweight, Cerrone went 6-4 with all of the victories coming via stoppage. 

McGregor's outline for 2020 includes a possible rematch with Nurmagomedov, Jorge Masvidal or welterweight titleholder Kamaru Usman. But standing in the way of any of those battles happening is the man who holds the most wins in UFC history.

McGregor vs. Cerrone live stream: How to watch UFC 246

The UFC 246 clash between Conor McGregor and Donald Cerrone is available on ESPN+ in the United States.

ESPN+ can be streamed on Amazon Fire, AppleTV, Google Chromecast, Playstation 3, Playstation 4, Roku, iOS and Android devices, and many smart TVs. 

McGregor vs. Cerrone: How much does pay-per-view for UFC 246 cost?

  • UFC 246 PPV price: $64.99

UFC 246 is available on ESPN+, at the pay-per-view cost of $64.99 (in addition to the ESPN+ subscription), which is up $5 from 2019 UFC PPV events on the platform.  

UFC 246 fight schedule

  • Date: Saturday, Jan. 18
  • Early prelims: 7 p.m. ET
  • Prelims: 8 p.m. ET
  • PPV card: 10 p.m. ET
  • Main event: 12:15 a.m. ET (approximate)

UFC 246 will take place on Saturday, Jan. 18. The early prelims for the event begin at 7 p.m. ET. Prelims begin at 8 p.m. ET and are on ESPN. The PPV event, which features four fights, begins at 10 p.m. ET on ESPN+. McGregor and Cerrone should take their ring walks around 12:15 a.m. ET, although the exact time depends on the length of the earlier fights. 

Main card

  • Conor McGregor vs. Donald Cerrone; Welterweight 
  • Holly Holm vs. Raquel Pennington; Women's Bantamweight 
  • Aleksei Oleinik vs. Maurice Greene; Heavyweight 
  • Anthony Pettis vs. Carlos Diego Ferreira; Lightweight 

Preliminary card 

  • Roxanne Modafferi vs. Maycee Barber; Women's Flyweight 
  • Andre Fili vs. Sodiq Yusuff; Featherweight 
  • Drew Dober vs. Nasrat Haqparast; Lightweight 
  • Chas Skelly vs. Grant Dawson; Featherweight 
  • Sabina Mazo vs. JJ Aldrich; Women's Flyweight 
  • Tim Elliott vs. Askar Askarov; Flyweight 
  • Brian Kelleher vs. Ode Osbourne; Bantamweight 
  • Aleksa Camur vs. Justin Ledet; Light Heavyweight 
Sours: https://www.dazn.com/en-US/news/mma/conor-mcgregor-vs-cowboy-cerrone-ppv-price-how-much-does-it-cost-to-watch-ufc-246/74cttrh53yk1tdaajy4qhaae

Vs cowboy conor

UFC 246

UFC 246: McGregor vs. Cowboy was a mixed martial arts event produced by the Ultimate Fighting Championship that took place on January 18, 2020 at T-Mobile Arena in Paradise, Nevada, part of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Area, United States.[4]

Background[edit]

A welterweight bout between former UFC Featherweight and Lightweight ChampionConor McGregor and former lightweight title challenger Donald Cerrone served as the event headliner.[5]

A women's bantamweight rematch between former UFC Women's Bantamweight ChampionHolly Holm and former title challenger Raquel Pennington was initially scheduled to take place at UFC 243.[6] The pairing previously met in February 2015 at UFC 184, with Holm winning the encounter via split decision.[7] However, it was revealed on September 27, 2019 that Holm withdrew from the bout due to a hamstring injury and the bout was cancelled.[8] The bout was rescheduled and took place at this event.[9]

Grant Dawson was expected to face Chas Skelly in a featherweight bout at the event.[10] However, the bout was scrapped on January 14 after Dawson announced that he was forced to withdraw.[11]

Former UFC Women's Strawweight Championship challenger Cláudia Gadelha was expected to face Alexa Grasso at the event.[12] However, on the day of the weigh-ins, Grasso weighed in at 121.5 pounds, 5.5 pounds over the strawweight non-title fight limit of 116 pounds. The Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) decided to remove the fight because competitors are not allowed to compete if the weight between them is over 3 pounds.[13]

Results[edit]

Main Card
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
Welterweight Conor McGregordef. Donald CerroneTKO (head kick and punches) 1 0:40
Women's Bantamweight Holly Holmdef. Raquel PenningtonDecision (unanimous) (29–28, 30–27, 30–27) 3 5:00
Heavyweight Aleksei Oleinikdef. Maurice GreeneSubmission (armbar) 2 4:38
Bantamweight Brian Kelleherdef. Ode' OsbourneSubmission (guillotine choke) 1 2:49
Lightweight Carlos Diego Ferreiradef. Anthony PettisSubmission (rear-naked choke) 2 1:46
Preliminary card (ESPN)
Women's Flyweight Roxanne Modafferidef. Maycee BarberDecision (unanimous) (30–27, 30–27, 30–26) 3 5:00
Featherweight Sodiq Yusuffdef. Andre FiliDecision (unanimous) (29–28, 29–28, 29–28) 3 5:00
Flyweight Askar Askarovdef. Tim ElliottDecision (unanimous) (29–28, 30–27, 30–27) 3 5:00
Lightweight Drew Doberdef. Nasrat HaqparastKO (punches) 1 1:10
Early Preliminary card (UFC Fight Pass)
Light Heavyweight Aleksa Camurdef. Justin LedetDecision (unanimous) (29–28, 30–27, 30–27) 3 5:00
Women's Flyweight Sabina Mazodef. JJ AldrichDecision (split) (28–29, 29–28, 29–28) 3 5:00

[14]

Bonus awards[edit]

The following fighters received $50,000 bonuses.[15]

  • Fight of the Night: No bonus awarded.
  • Performance of the Night: Conor McGregor, Aleksei Oleinik, Brian Kelleher, Carlos Diego Ferreira and Drew Dober

Reported payout[edit]

The following is the reported payout to the fighters as reported to the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC). It does not include sponsor money and also does not include the UFC's traditional "fight night" bonuses. The total disclosed payout for the event was $4,434,000.[16]

  • Conor McGregor: $3,000,000 (no win bonus) def. Donald Cerrone: $200,000
  • Holly Holm: $200,000 (includes $50,000 win bonus) def. Raquel Pennington: $63,000
  • Aleksei Oleinik: $150,000 (includes $75,000 win bonus) def. Maurice Greene: $30,000
  • Brian Kelleher: $46,000 (includes $23,000 win bonus) def. Ode' Osborne: $10,000
  • Carlos Diego Ferreira: $100,000 (includes $50,000 win bonus) def. Anthony Pettis: $155,000
  • Roxanne Modafferi: $62,000 (includes $31,000 win bonus) def. Maycee Barber: $29,000
  • Sodiq Yusuff: $54,000 (includes $27,000 win bonus) def. Andre Fili: $55,000
  • Askar Askarov: $20,000 (includes $10,000 win bonus) def. Tim Elliott: $31,000
  • Drew Dober: $110,000 (includes $55,000 win bonus) def. Nasrat Haqparast: $25,000
  • Aleksa Camur: $20,000 (includes $10,000 win bonus) def. Justin Ledet: $20,000
  • Sabina Mazo: $24,000 (includes $12,000 win bonus) def. JJ Aldrich: $30,000

See also[edit]

References[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UFC_246
A rivalidade entre McGregor e Cerrone

.

You will also be interested:

.



1135 1136 1137 1138 1139