UFC’s Tony Ferguson Has A Plan: Fight Khabib Or Conor at LW, Or Drop To 145lbs + Fight Aldo

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MMA H.E.A.T.’s Karyn Bryant spoke via Skype with the UFC’s #2 Lightweight Tony Ferguson and heard what he had to say about the next step in his fight career after defeating former champ Rafael Dos Anjos. Tony talks about challenging Lightweight Champ Conor McGregor, fighting #1-ranked Khabib Nurmagomedov or dropping to Featherweight to take on Champ Jose Aldo. “El Cucuy” also talks about his willingness to work his way up to a title shot, the peace he found while training in Big Bear and he lets us know which of his own fights are his personal favorites. In addition, Tony tells us why he’s betting on Max Holloway against Anthony Pettis at UFC 206.

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41 Comments on "UFC’s Tony Ferguson Has A Plan: Fight Khabib Or Conor at LW, Or Drop To 145lbs + Fight Aldo"

  1. Ppl talked about how awesome Tony looked in Mexico which is very true but RDA looked good as well. If RDA was fighting any other 155er, he could probably win the 5 round fight. Tony was just better, just shows how freakin good the guy really is

  2. Honestly I think El Cucuy like getting hit could be his downfall should he fight Conor. Can't wait for either Cucuy vs. Conor or Cucuy vs. Khabib. Cucuy vs. Aldo. No Thanks. I think Tony would be too depleted at 145 lbs. I can't see that such a bigger & taller guy get to 145 lbs and effectively re-hydrating without IVs.

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