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Tony Ferguson and Kevin Lee fight for lightweight gold on Saturday night
While the trilogy bout would have the curiosity factor that draws casual fans, it would mean Diaz would jump the line ahead of the victor of the interim lightweight title fight between Kevin Lee and Tony Ferguson at UFC 216 on October 7. "Regardless of whatever happens, I'll step on that scale and we'll see what happens". Ferguson was talking to Lee and proceeded to call Lee "an athlete" with "decent hands" but that he needs to "bleed a little" and wasn't ready to the elite fighters in the lightweight division. The fight that guided him on the path to Ferguson was his last outing against Michael Chiesa.
"I took four days off right after the fight got canceled and then I went right back to the gym that Monday morning and started training", Johnson said.
"I don't even think he beat Nate Diaz the second time". I want to make sure that my kid doesn't have to fight.
"This will definitely be the fight that helps me to get the respect I've been looking for, for a long time".
"It's hard to build a house without a strong foundation and for me, I have such an unorthodox approach because I've mastered the basics", said Ferguson. "I'm fighting Tony. Nobody wanted to fight Tony". Ferguson was insistent on having to fight for the title since he's ranked No. 2 in the UFC lightweight rankings. It will be on my timetable, I'll tell him when we gonna fight. I was literally walking to the bathroom and he's talking s-. Wherever the fight may go, they both have a chip on their shoulder and it promises to be one hell of a fight.
McGregor was asked about Ferguson-Lee on Friday during a public appearance in Glascow, Scotland. "A lot of people don't understand that a lot of the champions and big fighters make most of their money on these big mega cards".
"I'm happy they're fighting", said McGregor. As ticket prices were high for the event many travelled just to take in the atmosphere. "A lot of these guys that work in the industry have tough hours so I think everyone will bounce back pretty quick". This is because Ferguson is in the form of his life and has evolved into a fighter with minimal, if any, weaknesses to his game. I think the first round is going to go awful for him, the second round is going to go bad for him, all the way through the fifth.
If Lee can't cut the final pound, the fight could be scrapped if Ferguson declines to accept the fight. Either way, interim title or not, both have a platform to announce themselves as what's next at 155 pounds.
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