Jorge vs. Nate rematch, McGregor update, & more in the Sunday Morning Rumor Mill

Jorge Vs. Nate Rematch MMA Rumors Sunday Morning Rumor Mill

Can’t be too surprised at UFC 244, but you can love the MMA rumors.

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As always these are rumors that have been talked about behind closed doors between MMA higher ups, so take them as MMA rumors.

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  • Despite words from Dana White, don’t be surprised if Jorge Masvidal and Nate Diaz hold out for a rematch. Diaz in particular may only come back for a Masvidal or McGregor bout.
  • Rumor is Conor McGregor may be next for Masvidal. Word is the Miami fighter may not be that interested in the winner of UFC 245.
  • Rumors are Team Kelvin Gastelum were shocked Darren Till fought despite visa issues. Throughout the week Gastelum was expecting not to compete on Saturday night.
  • Andrei Arlovskimay be finally heading into retirement. A brutal knockout at UFC 244 may nudge the UFC and The Pitbull into calling it a career
  • Rumors point to Cain Velasquez losing his WWE debut so quickly due to knee surgery. Velasquez will be out a few months with an expected WWE return date in early March.
  • Another rumor pegged Tyson Fury as the original Brock Lesnar opponent last month for WWE.

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Published on November 3, 2019 at 8:21 am
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