It’s revenge or repeat as one of the most exciting rivalries in the UFC returns for an unmissable trilogy affair at UFC 264 when Dustin Poirier takes on Conor McGregor exclusively live on Saturday 10th July.
The pair first met at UFC 178 all the way back in 2014, in a fight that saw Irish star McGregor walk away with a TKO in under two minutes.
Bruised physically and emotionally after coming up short that night on Fight Island earlier this year, McGregor has promised a return to his own destructive ways during a night sure to deliver fireworks at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
Teeing up the main event, we’ve got a belter from the welterweight division as Stephen ‘Wonderboy’ Thompson hopes to underline his championship credentials against former 170lb title challenger Gilbert Burns.
There will be action from the heavyweight division too as popular Aussie Tai Tuivasa aims to halt former NFL star Greg Hardy’s hype train, and highly-rated bantamweight knockout artist Sean O’Malley looks to make it two wins on the spin as he faces UFC newcomer Kris Moutinho.
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