UFC 252 live updates, results, highlights from Stipe Miocic vs. Daniel Cormier

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UFC 252 should bring the heat on Saturday night with a legacy-determining completion of the Stipe Miocic-Daniel Cormier trilogy and a spotlight on Sean O’Malley, the undefeated 25-year-old bantamweight prospect who is set to take on Marlon Vera in a test of his development.

Those fights, which make up two of the five main-card duels, have helped build anticipation for the Las Vegas event.

Elsewhere, Junior Dos Santos vs. Jairzinho Rozenstruik could provide fans with a knockout, while Herbert Burns vs. Daniel Pineda will hopefully entertain as a late addition to the main card.

Sporting News is tracking live updates and round-by-round highlights for every fight on the UFC 252 pay-per-view card, including the Miocic-Cormier 3 main event. Follow below for complete results.

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UFC’s Fight Island is something out of a video game

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While you’ve spent most of your time during the pandemic trying to design your island in Animal Crossing, UFC’s Dana White was doing something similar. The only difference is that White created a real-life island, and he’ll be using it for UFC events.

Since we’re comparing this to video games already, Fight Island is also the premise to the Mortal Kombat games: fighters will travel to this island for international fights. And while it sounded like an unlikely venue at first, Dana White delivered on his promise, announcing that inaugural Fight Island event would be the home of UFC 251 on July 11.

MMA Fighting recently had the chance to view the Fight Island setup prior to UFC 251.

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Conor McGregor says he’s retiring from the UFC

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Conor McGregor says he retired again from fighting because “the game does not excite” him and that he is frustrated over being offered “stupid fights” by UFC.

The Irishman took to Twitter immediately after UFC 250 on Saturday to make the announcement.

The post was met with skepticism given this marks the third time in the space of four years that McGregor — one of UFC’s all-time biggest stars — has said he is calling it quits.

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McGregor had spoken of plans to fight three times in 2020, which started with an emphatic win over Donald Cerrone in January, though the coronavirus pandemic threw a wrench into the works.

Things were further complicated in the lightweight division when Khabib Nurmagomedov’s title defense agai...

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