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UFC 264 is a much anticipated night of UFC fighting. The main card is a lightweight bout between UFC Lightweight Champion Dustin Poirier and former UFC Featherweight and Lightweight Champion Conor McGregor. The pair have met twice before with McGregor winning by a first-round technical knockout in 2014 followed by Poirier winning via second-round knockout in a rematch in January 2021. Anything could happen in this third bout and it’s sure to be a gripping conclusion to an ongoing feud.
Alongside the Poirier vs. McGregor fight is a welterweight bout between Gilbert Burns and Stephen Thompson, along with heavyweight fights between Tai Tuivasa and Greg Hardy. There’s action from the women too with women’s Bantamweight fighters, Irene Aldana and Yana Kunitskaya duking it out too. It should be quite the night for compelling fights.
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