Multiverse Tales: The world where McGregor lost

All it took was thirteen seconds to change the very world as we know it. Thirteen seconds to send Conor McGregor over the edge of greatness. It only took thirteen seconds for things to change forever. Everybody knows what happened; UFC 194, December 12th 2015; McGregor took out the only UFC Featherweight Champion ever, Jose Aldo. Countless amounts of promos made, an entire world tour, and it all came to an end in just 13 measly seconds. This would spark the beginning of a new era for MMA. McGregor would go on to win a second title, at Lightweight. He … Continue reading Multiverse Tales: The world where McGregor lost

We Meet Michael; the Brooklyn dolly

You’ve all seen him, made infamous during the Brooklyn bus attack perpetrated by a notorious phone stomper, and motivational speaker Conor McGregor. But do you really know the dolly? Most of you don’t even know his real name and yet he’ll forever be part of MMA’s history. In a groundbreaking interview brought to you by the staff of StipeTapped, Michael opens up to the world and reveal a lot about himself. ***He stands tall with a cold heartless stare*** I had to wait for half an hour in the cold but I eventually entered the building (without permission of course). … Continue reading We Meet Michael; the Brooklyn dolly

10 Befitting Punishments For Khabib

On Tuesday, the Nevada State Athletic Commission held a hearing to determine the fate of Conor McGregor and Khabib Nurmagomedov for their roles in the UFC 229 post-fight kerfuffle. McGregor was handed a relatively fair, $50k fine and a six month suspension (Which is essentially nothing to him; six months to prepare for Cerrone and a little sting in the pocket), Khabib on the other hand was gifted a hefty fine of half a million dollars, and a nine month suspension with the possibility of it being reduced to just six months, on the condition that he films an anti-bullying … Continue reading 10 Befitting Punishments For Khabib

10 Fighters Conor McGregor Could Definitely, Probably Beat

Conor McGregor, once both the featherweight and lightweight UFC champion of the entire universe, has fallen on tough times as of late. In the days since he embarrassed and dominated the legendary Eddie Alvarez, then refused to let the show to continue until SOMEBODY BROUGHT HIM HIS SECOND BELT, McGregor has *checks notes* lost one fight in a row. (Not counting court cases, boxing matches and historical debates). In the “what have you done for me lately” world of MMA, that, of course, means he’s washed beyond hope and belief. MMA Junkie recently came up with a list of 15 … Continue reading 10 Fighters Conor McGregor Could Definitely, Probably Beat