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Conor McGregor fuels excitement by showing off his ferocious power ahead of UFC return

Conor McGregor has got fans drooling over his impending UFC return after uploading a video of himself going full throttle in a training session.The Dubliner has long been teasing a comeback to the octagon, having been out of action since losing his trilogy fight with Dustin Poirier last July. The bout was stopped after McGregor, 33, suffered a broken tibia and fibula towards the end of the opening round.For months, rumours of who 'The Notorious' will face in his second coming have fluctuated wildly.

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Matt Damon Mocked Anew for ‘Fortune Favors the Brave’ Crypto Ad as Virtual Currency Values Crash
Todd Spangler NY Digital EditorJust a few short months ago, Matt Damon exhorted us to fearlessly buy into cryptocurrencies — in a slick CGI ad for Crypto.com hyping the tagline, “Fortune Favors the Brave.”Now, with cryptocurrencies in freefall and cratering to new lows, the Oscar-winning star of “Good Will Hunting” and “The Martian” is getting mercilessly dragged again for his gig as the face of Crypto.com in a new round of online jeering.Users across social media are pointing out that if you had taken Damon’s advice to buy into cryptocurrencies last fall, the value of your holdings would have dropped roughly two-thirds today.If you bought $1,000 of bitcoin the day Matt Damon's "Fortune favors the brave!" commercial came out, it would now be worth $375 pic.twitter.com/rp5IdjBD3m— Jon Schwarz (@schwarz) June 13, 2022Damon is one of a slew of celebs who have touted cryptocurrencies, alongside bold-face names like Kim Kardashian, Steph Curry, Larry David, DJ Khaled, Floyd Mayweather and Tom Brady.In the Crypto.com ad, Damon takes viewers on a historical journey of brave men and women who have made a difference in the world, inspiring people to “be their bravest selves.” The ad, directed by Wally Pfister, began airing in October and also ran during NBC’s Super Bowl LVI telecast.
Jake Paul calls out Anderson Silva after UFC icon shines on Floyd Mayweather undercard
Jake Paul looks to have bowed down to pressure over a potential return to the ring against UFC icon turned professional boxer Anderson Silva after the veteran's fine performance on Floyd Mayweather's undercard in Abu Dhabi.Silva, who won 16 consecutive fights between 2006 and 2012 to write his name in the UFC history books, has turned to boxing in recent years and impressed across his last four outings.Having beaten Julio Cesar De Jesus, Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. and Tito Ortiz, he dominated a non-scored bout against Bruno Machado on Saturday (May 22) to reignite rumours of a Jake Paul match-up.Taking to Twitter after Silva's fine display, Paul posted a mocked-up picture of himself working in pest control - due to Silva's nickname being The Spider.He also posted three yawning emojis suggesting that the match-up doesn't hugely excite him, with a 22-year age gap between the potential opponents.In a short message, he then added: "I would beat Floyd and Anderson in the same night."Who would win between Jake Paul and Anderson Silva? Tell us in the comments sectionPaul, 25, has won all five of his professional boxing bouts to this point, beating AnEsonGib, Nate Robinson, Ben Askren and Tyron Woodley twice.UFC icons Michael Bisping and Daniel Cormier were quick to suggest Silva as a potential opponent for Paul after talks of their own, and Silva, 47, also seems keen on the bout.He said after his fight: "I am so happy to be here again, I feel it is my second home.
Cheeky Floyd Mayweather pinched stunning ring girl's card and danced with her mid-fight
Floyd Mayweather laughed his way through his latest exhibition bout against former sparring partner Don Moore - and at one point stole the job of the ring girl by taking her round card.The undefeated former professional boxer has taken part in three exhibition bouts since calling time on his career at 50-0, beating Tenshin Nasukawa before battling to a draw against Logan Paul before his non-scored bout in Abu Dhabi this weekend.And although he didn't manage to stop Moore and claim a victory, he rather enjoyed himself in the ring and has promised to get back into action later this year in the same location.One moment that has amused fight fans is when Mayweather took the round seven card from the ring girl and began parading it around and chatting to her before the fight resumed.He also had a little dance and spoke to Moore before finally handing back the card, showing just how confident he was in the ring despite recently celebrating his 45th birthday.The exhibition bout went ahead on Saturday evening (May 22) having initially been postponed due to the death of UAE President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed.Who should Floyd Mayweather fight next? Give us your thoughts in the comments sectionAt one point the commentary team said: "This is one of the things that Floyd does best by the way, it's psychological warfare."With Mayweather replying as the sixth round came to a close: "I do do that."His response was met with huge laughter from the booth, showing how much the fighter enjoyed his return to the ring against his former sparring partner.He said after the bout: "I would like to thank everybody in the UAE, the media, and everybody who covered this fight.