UFC 269 stay stream outcomes, radio-style PPV battle updates | Poirier vs. Oliveira

Here we are … the end of a year that has been … a lot.

But tonight (Sat December 11, 2021) we can gather around our chosen device and watch violence as a family first hand! I want to thank everyone who joined us in 2021 through changes in the martial arts world and our little show.

Of the Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul “fight for Conor McGregor gets Joe Theismann’d before God and everyone and all points in between.

That night, Charles Oliveira tries to prove he’s at the top of the hungriest, angry division in the sport in the UFC 269 Pay-Per-View (PPV) Main Event, while Dustin Poirier seeks to take on the role, the two of the other four Kings of his era have held in full.


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CHAMPIONSHIP DOUBLE HEADER! Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) returns to the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, on December 11th, 2021 with two exciting World Championship fights and a bantamweight bang, guaranteed to deliver fireworks. Lightweight champion, Charles OliveiraHe will aim for his first successful title defense when he takes on the No. 1 contender, Dustin Poirier, in the ESPN + streamed pay-per-view (PPV) main event. Co-headlining UFC 269, the greatest woman fighter of all time, Amanda NunesShe is defending her 135 pound crown against the gritty No. 5 rank Julianna Pena, while No. 15-placed bantamweight contender, Raulian Paiva, and Contender Series star, Sean O’Malley, aim to steal the show.

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In the PPV co-main event streamed by ESPN +, Amanda Nunes tries to do what everyone wants her to do: dominate Juliana Pena. In fact, “Venezuelan Vixen” is the latest in a litany of bantamweight (or featherweight) people who have run into the human rototiller known as the “lioness.”

Much like Mike Tyson and Brock Lesnar before her, we pay to see how Nunes wins, not if she wins.

And as I stand on a train platform in my hometown waiting to take a walk Olive – which you will no doubt hear tonight – I think of 2022 and what awaits us on the other side of December. Trusting to be the person who is watching fights with you or the translator for what you can’t see and helping you to feel those moments has been one of the joys of my life.

See you tonight, see you next year. To Brendan who stepped in and became a natural part of our work, to Steph who has been the backbone of this show since joining as host, and to the doll … yeah, I’m grateful for the damn doll.

Let’s do this gang.

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The New York Instances updates fashion information to ‘antisemitism,’ dropping the hyphen

(JTA) – The New York Times has updated its style guide and now prefers to use the spelling “anti-Semitism” over “anti-Semitism”.

The change was made in August but was not announced publicly at the time. Jewish insider reported the change on Tuesday.

The spelling of the term has been discussed for years. One of the loudest voices for omitting the hyphen was Deborah Lipstadt, the historian recently nominated by the Biden Administration as Foreign Ministry Envoy for Anti-Semitism. Lipstadt has argued that keeping the hyphen and the capital letter “S” implies the existence of a racial category called “Semite” that obscures the actual hatred of Jews. The International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance and the Anti-Defamation League also support the version without hyphens.

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Earlier this year, the Associated Press updated its style guide, used by media outlets around the world, including this one, to incorporate the hyphenated version of the word. The Jewish Telegraphic Agency followed suit and The Times accepted the change in August, which they announced in a memo to the newspaper’s editors.

“We’ll remove the hyphen and lowercase the S, which is now The Associated Press style and preferred by many academics and other experts. Those advocating anti-Semitism argue that the hyphenated form with the capital letter S may inadvertently add credibility to the discredited notion of Jews as a separate race, ”the memo reads.

UFC 266 stay stream outcomes, radio-style PPV battle updates

As I sit here with a pipe full of things both Nick Diaz and Nate Diaz would approve of in order to deal with crippling anxiety, I often think of the reason they both seem so pissed off all the time. Since the advent of mixed martial arts (MMA) – hell, since the advent of two people beating each other’s piss for sport, money or fabulous prizes – he has lived and died of great personalities.

For Nick and Nate, cage fights have always been about getting paid and being themselves. That’s why they’ve told the entire industry a couple of times over the past decade that they are saying goodbye to themselves. That’s why Nate openly smokes joints during open workouts and weigh-ins and it’s probably why Nick looked like he was doing his latest shadowboxing video (check it out here).

In other words, the Diaz Bros do the sportand not the other way around.


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CHAMPIONSHIP DOUBLE HEADER! Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) returns to the T-Mobile Arena with two exciting world championship fights. The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) 29 trainers collide at the featherweight champion, Alexander Volkanovski, defends his title against No. 2 rank contender, Brian Ortega. The women’s flyweight champion will be present at the UFC 266 co-main event Valentina Shevchenko is aiming for her sixth title defense in a row when she meets the third-placed contender, Lauren Murphy. Last but not least, and certainly not last Nick Diaz returns against the former welterweight ruler, Robbie Lawler, in a five-round bang.

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If you look at either of the two Diaz brothers, you can see what could (and should) have been. However, since UFC fighters earn less than 20 percent of the gross income of the action each year – and Dana White and Co. play games for a living and have the opportunity to make better money with their names and not risk getting hurt – Nick and Nate put the idea of ​​stepping into a cage on their pay-no-minds list.

So why do I dedicate so much of this piece to the third fight from the top on a pay-per-view (PPV) card that happens to have two title fights?

First of all, Lauren Murphy has the same chance of beating Valentina Shevchenko as I do of winning the New York Marathon in the middle of a winter storm. And for Alexander Volkanovski vs. Brian Ortega … it’s going to be a fun fight. And in the end it will be Volkanovski Keep proving the reason he is a next level athlete and shouldn’t be overslept as a featherweight champion

Why am I writing about it? First, search engine optimization (SEO)! Just kidding … partially. Second, and more frankly, because I want the Diaz Bros to do what Conor McGregor and Jon Jones will never do – undermine the system!

Jones and McGregor are two guys who thrived from the system and have used it to either a Magnate with Mr. Burns-esque tendencies (You can’t look me in the eyes and say this man is not going to steal candy from a baby or buy a machine that will block out the sun) and the other is the most emotionally reticent man in our lives who treats us like shitbut we can’t go because when he shows up it makes us feel a certain kind of way.

Tonight (Sat., September 25, 2021) when Brendan and I name the fights together with Shak and Steph, I hope that Nick Diaz wins the victory and then goes away again.

Because that’s what UFC deserves!

Remember it MMAmania.com delivers LIVE lap after lap, blow-by-blow coverage of the whole UFC 266 Combat card correct herestarting with the early ESPN + “Prelims” games online that are scheduled to start at 6pm ET, then the remaining undercard balance on ESPNEWS /ESPN + at 8:00 p.m. ET, before the main PPV card start time at 10:00 p.m. ET ESPN + PPV.

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