Irishman Conor McGregor Draws Englishman Andy Ogle for First UFC on Fox Sports 1 Event

May 31, 2013
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Conor McGregorIt has been no secret that following his successful promotional debut at UFC on Fuel TV 9, popular Irish fighter Conor McGregor would make his sophomore effort at the first UFC on Fox Sports 1 event on Aug. 17 in Boston.

UFC officials on Friday confirmed to that McGregor now has an opponent to go along with the date… Andy Ogle.

Both fighters have verbally agreed to the featherweight bout.

McGregor (13-2) lived up to the high expectations of him at UFC on Fuel TV 9, defeating Marcus Brimage by TKO little more than a minute into their fight.

Ogle (9-2), an Englishman, last fought at UFC on Fuel TV 7 in February, when he won a unanimous decision over Josh Grispi.

Officials have yet to announce a UFC on Fox Sports 1: 1 main event, which will serve to help launch the new Fox Sports 1 network.

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  • daddy420

    great fight cant wait.

  • shakejunt

    seems like ogle is a step down from brimage, but that’s fine, i’m okay with them building him up a bit if he’s gonna stay at 145.

  • El Gvapo

    Lop-sided fight in my eyes. Should be a comfortable win for McGregor with a great chance to show his standup. Potential FotN if Ogle can stay the distance.


    Should be an easy W (UFC hopes for BIG KO in Beantown). Hope Conor loses though.

  • Justin Joyce

    Connor is what the people call the Fighting Irish lets go Connor. This is gonna be one big fight and a good one.


      Hi haircut is crooked. Maybe he was fighting the barber?

  • northeastmma

    Hope they dont cut ogle when he loses this he is a nice bloke and has potential he looked good against grispi maybe he will suprise everyone and get the W but i doubt it 🙂

  • ned sto

    McGregor originally requested to fight on this card at 155. If he truly anticipates a difficult cut, Ogle may have a better chance than many are giving him. I would expect McGregor to fight to the bitter end if he gets winded, so it may turn into a fotn slug fest as opposed to a one sided easy KO opportunity.
    I’m rooting for Conor here all the same.