UFC’s Artem Lobov Spits Fire: Talks Cub Swanson, McGregor vs Mayweather, Diaz, Woodley + More!

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MMA H.E.A.T.’s Karyn Bryant spoke via Skpye with UFC Featherweight Artem Lobov, and heard what he had to say about his upcoming UFC Nashville main event fight with Cub Swanson. Artem explains how the fight came together, what he believes a win over Cub would mean and why he’s excited about the stylistic match-up. Artem also talks about the possible fight between teammate/Lightweight Champ Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather, a possible third fight between Conor and Nate Diaz, who he considers to be the #1 Pound For Pound fighter and much more.

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438 Comments on "UFC’s Artem Lobov Spits Fire: Talks Cub Swanson, McGregor vs Mayweather, Diaz, Woodley + More!"

  1. omg lmao…"jon jones is praying to jesus when the cameras on him then when its off him he has a big line of cocain under his nose" karen u hit a grand slam out the park with this one. so refreshing this dude speaks his true mind on issues and isn't some phony. for real real this was the best interview iv'e heard in a long time. so good. i can see why conor likes him so much he is a good dude with a great personality. "NICE AND FLOWY"

  2. Karen has a great way of bringing up a fighters shitty record, without offending them. I like this cat. He's a true journeyman that's paid his dues and I really respect that. I hope he has a great rest of his career…

  3. Karen has a great way of bringing up a fighters shitty record, without offending them. I like this cat. He's a true journeyman that's paid his dues and I really respect that. I hope he has a great rest of his career…

  4. For me, Mcgregor should be number 1 pound for pound because he is the best at 145 and 155. Conor demolished everyone at 145. No one ever came close to beating him at 145. He beat the best of the best there. At 155, I think there are some tough fights for Conor with either Khabib or Tony. Both guys are bigger than him and outweigh him by a good 20 pounds (walking weight). Jon jones has beat everyone at 205 but he is also a lot longer than everyone at 205. The only time he almost lost at 205 was when he fought someone with similar size (Gus). I'd like to see how Jon would do at heavyweight fighting guys bigger than him like how Conor is fighting guys bigger than him at 155. DJ has ruled at 125 but I don't think he can go up a division and dominate and get the belt at 135. DJ lost to Dom and I think DJ would lose to Cody too. I think it's bullshit when people bring up Cormier as the number one pound for pound. Cormier isn't the best at 205. Jon Jones is. And, I don't think Cormier could win the belt at heavyweight either. I think Stipe, Werdum, Cain, and Dos Santos would give him a lot of trouble.

  5. For me, Mcgregor should be number 1 pound for pound because he is the best at 145 and 155. Conor demolished everyone at 145. No one ever came close to beating him at 145. He beat the best of the best there. At 155, I think there are some tough fights for Conor with either Khabib or Tony. Both guys are bigger than him and outweigh him by a good 20 pounds (walking weight). Jon jones has beat everyone at 205 but he is also a lot longer than everyone at 205. The only time he almost lost at 205 was when he fought someone with similar size (Gus). I'd like to see how Jon would do at heavyweight fighting guys bigger than him like how Conor is fighting guys bigger than him at 155. DJ has ruled at 125 but I don't think he can go up a division and dominate and get the belt at 135. DJ lost to Dom and I think DJ would lose to Cody too. I think it's bullshit when people bring up Cormier as the number one pound for pound. Cormier isn't the best at 205. Jon Jones is. And, I don't think Cormier could win the belt at heavyweight either. I think Stipe, Werdum, Cain, and Dos Santos would give him a lot of trouble.

  6. TBH this is one of the best discussions about Conor not defending his titles and the Conor situation in general. KB did bring the heat in terms of tough questions regarding Conor and the interview didn't get heated or awkward at all. A+ job

  7. TBH this is one of the best discussions about Conor not defending his titles and the Conor situation in general. KB did bring the heat in terms of tough questions regarding Conor and the interview didn't get heated or awkward at all. A+ job

  8. Why is everyone sucking Cub Swanson's balls. The guy is a tool bag. Exp: flying knee from Aldo after talkin all that shit. Artem likes to strike and that's entertaining I don't give a fuck if he knows Connor Mcgregor

  9. Why is everyone sucking Cub Swanson's balls. The guy is a tool bag. Exp: flying knee from Aldo after talkin all that shit. Artem likes to strike and that's entertaining I don't give a fuck if he knows Connor Mcgregor

    • Ichinegro Negrosaki dude conor was always training its just that he didnt want to fight while his gf was pregnant so she doesnt have to deal with the stress. he will fight mayweather after the baby is born

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