Angela Lee deems herself suitable for UFC
Lee has claimed that she is ready to showcase her talent in UFC. Angela Lee has been considered weak and too lightweight to compete in UFC. Las Vegas-based UFC has earned plaudits from critics all over the World in the past decade due to its no-holds-barred MMA promotion. Lee is currently the winner of One Championship’s women’s atom weight and is currently enjoying one of the finest phases of her career. Joe Carr had played down the issue stating the Lee is a talented young woman, but it will take some time for her to reach the zenith of MMA. Get the best free bets here.
Mayweather vs. McGregor odds released
Dubbed as the fight of the century and a fight for the ages, the match between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor on 26th August will pool in a truckload of cash and betting. The odds have been released while making it one of the biggest bet on sporting events in 2017. McGregor remains to be the underdog at 4/1, but Bovada, a gambling site seems to be keen on his progress. The PPV buys that has been estimated will surely make the betting World go bonkers as it currently stands on $4.99 million. McGregor can send the gamblers into delirium if he manages to pull off a heist.
Germaine de Randamie left furious after seeing her title stripped off
The winner of UFC 208, found it hard to believe that she had her title snatched off four months after the victory. She revealed that she got the news from Social media, and it had left her disgusted and heartbroken. This comes after Randamie had stated her unwillingness to fight against Cris ‘Cyborg’ Justino, the number one ranked contender. The decision taken by MMA is believed to protect the integrity of the game as any champion is bound to fight against the ranked contenders in their respective divisions.
Tim Hague, 34, succumbs to his boxing wounds
Hague had been around MMA for quite some time, and his fight against Adam Braidwood proved to be the last he could ever play. Hague died two days after being knocked out cold by Braidwood, much to fans dismay as the referee didn’t stall or stop the fight even when Hague looked down and out. Hague came in as an underdog in the match and looked nowhere near his best. Hague started to ply his trade in Canada and participated in XFFC and Unified MMA promotion regularly. Tim played his last MMA Bout in 2016 where he bowed out to Michal Andryszak under the ACB banner. Tim had regained form in 2015, after a slump since having a decent 2009 debut season.