UFC 189 World Tour Embedded Ep 10: Aldo Expected McGregor’s Belt Snag

April 1, 2015
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On Episode 10 of UFC 189 World Championship Tour Embedded, it’s a triumphant homecoming for top featherweight contender Conor McGregor as the trip makes its final stop in Dublin, Ireland. With tensions at their ten-day peak, McGregor takes the belt from reigning champion Jose Aldo — at least momentarily — at a raucous press conference.

UFC Embedded is an all-access, behind-the-scenes video blog following the stars of July’s UFC 189 on their World Championship Tour.


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  • Limsma

    Go Aldo teach that smuck Irish bastard the lesson he deserves on july 11th.

    • SaveTheLastFist

      I feel sorry for you, you want to see Conor lose but it will not happen.

  • Steve Wilson

    Jose can say what he pleases,but Conor ruled the roost,from first city to the last.

    • He’s gotta be good at something, but in all honesty that’s just as close as he’s gonna get to the belt. I do not see him beating aldo.

    • BarrysHypocrisy

      If “ruled the roost” means acted like a classles d—, then you are correct.

    • GoalieSwagger

      The same can be said about Conor. Conor can say what he pleases, but at the end of the day, you have to back it up in the cage when talking means nothing.

  • Guest

    He’s gotta be a good at something, but I’d do not see him winning against aldo,..

  • Dennis Hampt

    Aldo showed his class. Mac showed his ass.

  • backkick

    I’m starting to feel insulted by the UFC, as a long time fan. It’s getting embarrassing to be a UFC fan with this child like behavior and WWE-like marketing tactics. I’ve been watching the UFC (and MMA in general) since UFC 3, I rarely miss and event. I’m getting to the point of not even wanting to be associated with this circus anymore. It’s a shame that the UFC has turned it’s products push toward the WWE crowd but from a business perspective, can I really blame them?

    • marrk_us

      I’m with you 100%. There were years where I didn’t miss a ppv. Last year I only watched 5, due mostly to greatly watered down cards, fighters way past their prime, out of shape still taking beatings or one’s you’ve hardly heard of on the main card, fighters failing drug tests allowed to come back in a year or less. This year looks like #187 will be my 2nd ppv assuming no injuries or failed tests dilute the card. The Clown is getting his title shot too soon without beating a real top contender but I would have watched just to watch Aldo shut him up. Now with this circus there’s NO way I pay for this one. Hell the way things are headed if the clown wins I’m thinking the fix is in and i’m searching the building for Don King and Vince McMahon because something is starting to stink in the UFC……..

  • peacewalker

    For some reason, this traveling sideshow makes Shamrock/Slice seem less objectionable.