MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast #228: UFC 246 Preview! Conor vs Cowboy, Pettis vs Ferreira + More

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On this edition of The MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast, UFC On ESPN anchor Karyn Bryant and UFC Welterweight Alan Jouban discuss the upcoming UFC 246, featuring Conor McGregor vs Cowboy Cerrone in the main event. They also discuss Anthony Pettis vs Diego Ferreira, Roxanne Modafferi vs Maycee Barber, Andre Fili vs Sodiq Yusuff and more!

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12 Comments on "MMA H.E.A.T. Podcast #228: UFC 246 Preview! Conor vs Cowboy, Pettis vs Ferreira + More"

  1. Pingback: UFC Welterweight Mike Chiesa's UFC 246 McGregor vs Cerrone Prediction

  2. As a regular watcher of the UFC, this card on paper isnt that excited. Of course the UFC will hype Conor vs Cerrone like crazy, because I heard reports that Conor is asking for something like $80 million. That is nuts. He and his management team know that the UFC needs him to fight otherwise this PPV wouldnt happen and UFC 246 would be Jon Jones vs Dominick Reyes. This is top 5 lightweights but they are meeting at welterweight. This would be a great UFC on ESPN card. I could see it easily getting 2-2.5 million viewers. Fans once we saw the lineup finalized said this wasnt a great card. Also, I can see Conor fans putting a lot of money on this card. Regular fans not sure cause the card is ok but not great. I love the prelims on this card.

  3. Here is the card for UFC 246: McGregor vs Cerrone

    Fight Pass Prelims @ 6pm/3pm

    Womens Flyweight Division

    JJ Aldrich 8-3; 4-2 vs. Sabina Mazo 7-1: 1-0

    Banatamweight Division

    Brian Kelleher 19-10: 3-3 vs. Ode Osbourne 6-2, 1NC

    Flyweight Division

    7. Tim Elliot 15-9-1: 4-7 vs. 12. Askar Askarov 10-0-1: 0-0-1

    Light Heavyweight Division

    Justin Ledet 9-2,1NC: 3-2 vs. Aleska Camur 5-0

    ESPN Prelims @8pm/5pm

    Featherweight Division

    Grant Dawson 14-1; 2-0 vs. Chas Skelly 18-4:7-4

    Lightweight Division

    Nasrat Haqparast 11-2: 3-1 vs. Drew Dober 21-9,1NC: 7-5,1NC

    Featherweight Division

    Andre Fili 20-6: 8-5 vs. Sodiq Yusuff 10-1: 3-0

    Women's Flyweight Division

    7. Roxanne Modafferi 23-16:2-4 vs. 9. Maycee Barber 8-0: 3-0

    Pay Per view main card @ 10pm/7pm

    Lightweight Division

    11. Anthony Pettis 22-9: 9-8 vs. Carlos Diego Ferriera 16-2; 7-2

    Women's Strawweight Division

    6. Claudia Gadelha 17-4: 6-4 vs. 11. Alexa Grasso 11-3: 3-3

    Heavyweight Division

    12. Aleseki Oleinik 57-13-1: 6-4 vs. Maurice Greene 8-3: 3-1

    Womens Bantamweight Division

    3. Holly Holm 12-5:5-5 vs. 5. Raquel Pennington 10-7: 7-4

    Welterweight Division

    Conor McGregor 21-4:9-2 vs. Donald Cerrone 36-13,1NC: 23-10,1NC

  4. Cowboy didn't suffer losses due to fatigue I think. He just didn't match up well against the guys he has lost to. Their gameplans were executed correctly, nothing cerrone could have done. "It doesn't always go your way." -donald cerrone

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