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NFL Week 6 Schedule

NFL Week 6 Schedule

By: Chris Taylor (Kalapaki Joe’s Staff Writer)

Get the NFL’s Week 6 schedule below:

Thu Oct 12

8:25 pm
 Philadelphia Eagles
 Carolina Panthers

 Sun Oct 15
1:00 pm
 Chicago Bears
 Baltimore Ravens
 
1:00 pm
 Cleveland Browns
 Houston Texans
 
1:00 pm
 Detroit Lions
 New Orleans Saints
 
1:00 pm
 Green Bay Packers
 Minnesota Vikings
 
1:00 pm
 Miami Dolphins
 Atlanta Falcons
 
1:00 pm
 New England Patriots
 New York Jets
 
1:00 pm
 San Francisco 49ers
 Washington Redskins
 
4:05 pm
 Los Angeles Rams
 Jacksonville Jaguars
 
4:05 pm
 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
 Arizona Cardinals
 
4:25 pm
 Los Angeles Chargers
 Oakland Raiders
 
4:25 pm
 Pittsburgh Steelers
 Kansas City Chiefs
 
8:30 pm
 New York Giants
 Denver Broncos

 Mon Oct 16

8:30 pm
 Indianapolis Colts
 Tennessee Titans

VIDEO | Watch an emotional Conor McGregor apologize to Dana White for loss to Mayweather

VIDEO | Watch an emotional Conor McGregor apologize to Dana White for loss to Mayweather

By: Chris Taylor (Kalapaki Joe’s Staff Writer)

Current UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor put forth a valiant effort in his boxing super fight with Floyd Mayweather last weekend in Las Vegas.

Unfortunately, after a terrific opening four rounds, “Mystic Mac” fatigued late in the bout which allowed Floyd Mayweather to score a tenth-round TKO victory.
In the above video, we see an emotional Conor McGregor apologize to UFC President Dana White for not becoming the first man to ever defeat the legendary boxer.

Of course, Dana White had nothing but praise for the Irish superstars performance against “Money”.

Conor McGregor: “I’m sorry man.”

Dana White: “Sorry?”

Conor McGregor: “Yea.”

Dana White: “Dude I’m ecstatic. Very, very f*cking badass! I am telling you, you’re unbelievable!”

Conor McGregor is expected to return to the octagon for his next combat sports appearance.

The “Notorious” one has been linked to a possible trilogy bout with Nate Diaz at UFC 219.

However, according to Nate Diaz’s boxing coach, the UFC will have to cough up at least $20 million for “The Stockton Slugger” to faceoff with McGregor for a third time.

Dana White drops some hints regarding Georges St-Pierre’s comeback fight

Dana White drops some hints regarding Georges St-Pierre’s comeback fight

This week, news surfaced that former welterweight kingpin Georges St-Pierre and the UFC had come to an agreement on a multi-fight contract and were in the process of finalizing the new contract. Just days later, UFC President Dana White confirmed that St-Pierre and the UFC had reached an agreement, and that St-Pierre would be returning to the Octagon.

Initially, where was no word as to when GSP would be returning, or who he would fight, however in an interview with the LA Times, UFC President Dana White said fight fans may not have to wait long to find out who Georges St-Pierre next fight could be against:

Georges St-Pierre

“He’s back. I’m excited,” White said. “We worked at it for a long time and finally got it done.”

“It could be the winner [of the March 4 welterweight title fight] between Tyron Woodley and Stephen ‘Wonderboy’ Thompson, or it could be [middleweight champion] Michael Bisping,” White said. “Georges has also talked about fighting at 155 pounds [lightweight]. He says he can make the weight.

“But I have no idea when he’s going to fight right now. We don’t have anything booked and literally haven’t talked to anybody about it.”

White then revealed:

Freddie Roach

“Two guys who care about Georges came to me and said, ‘Do you want to a deal?’ I said, ‘Yeah, I want to a deal.’ We got it done,”

As it turns out, the two men who approached White about getting the deal done were Freddie Roach and his CAA agent, Nick Khan.

One thing is for sure, Georges St-Pierre will likely have his eyes on UFC 209’s Tyron Woodley vs. Stephen Thompson welterweight title fight, which could determine his first opponent upon returning to the Octagon.

Dana White details new stipulations for UFC 206 main event

Dana White details new stipulations for UFC 206 main event

Earlier this morning, news broke that Anthony Pettis had missed weight for his interim featherweight title fight with Max Holloway, which was scheduled to serve as the main event of Saturday night’s UFC 206.

Now that the dust of Pettis’ unfortunate weigh-in miss has settled, the UFC has announced how it will proceed with the bout.

Having missed weight, Pettis will no longer receive the interim title if he defeats Holloway. As a former UFC lightweight champion, his winning this title would have made him the fourth fighter in UFC history to hold titles in two weight classes, alongside Randy Couture, BJ Penn, and Conor McGregor. As such, this is all bound to sting quite a bit for him.

Pettis will also forfeit 20% of his purse for this weigh-in miss.

These updates come from ESPN’s Brett Okamoto, who spoke to UFC President Dana White in the wake of this ordeal.

While Pettis will no longer have the opportunity to win interim featherweight gold, Holloway will still win the belt if he comes out on top. In sum, the only thing that changes with respect to this fight is that Pettis has lost his chance to become the interim featherweight champion.

In addition to this strange main event, UFC 206 will also feature a welterweight bout between fan favorites Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone and Matt Brown. The bout will mark Cowboy’s chance to move to 4-0 as a welterweight, and Brown’s chance to rebound from a KO loss to Jake Ellenberger. Other highlights of the card include a middleweight bout between Tim Kennedy and Kelvin Gastelum, a featherweight bout between Cub Swanson and Doo Ho Choi, a welterweight bout between Emil Meek and Jordan Mein, and a light heavyweight bout between Nikita Krylov and Misha Cirkunov.