MMA News Round Up: UFC News: There is a lot happening in the MMA world as we are set to witness the…
MMA News Round Up: UFC News: There is a lot happening in the MMA world as we are set to witness the collaboration of Dana White and Andrew Tate, shaking up the fighting world. Bebe Rexha’s weight. And prepare to see Conor McGregor on the sensational “On Drugs” anthem. Hold tight and see today’s action-packed MMA roundup news.
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MMA News Round Up: Dana White Will Join Andrew Tate
Tate’s podcast, Emergency Meeting, is well-known for discussing controversial subjects and having famous guests share their views. The next episode with Dana White and Adin Ross is expected to continue this trend.
Though specific discussion topics remain under wraps, the news of Dana White’s involvement has certainly piqued the interest of MMA enthusiasts. As the head of UFC, White’s no-nonsense style and candid nature are well-known. Tate has made headlines lately after receiving legal papers at his residence in Romania. Despite the circumstances, the excitement surrounding the upcoming Emergency Meeting with White and Ross remains palpable.
Fans of Tate’s podcast and MMA enthusiasts alike won’t want to miss this must-watch episode. Save the date, as the intriguing conversation is scheduled to air on July 18, 2023, on Rumble. Tune in for what’s sure to be a captivating and compelling discussion.
Babe Rexha’s Weight Addressed
Bebe Rexha has been open about discussing her weight on several occasions, but this time, when her partner made a comment about it, it became too much for her to bear. Consequently, she chose to end the relationship. The singer shared a screenshot of the text from her boyfriend, shedding light on the situation.
One message read, “Hey. I never said you weren’t beautiful and I never said I didn’t love you. In fact I said how beautiful you are and how much I loved you. But I always said I would be honest with you and your face was changing so I told you it was….that was the conversation we were having and you asked,” the message begins.
“Because I care, would you rather I lied to you? You gained 35 pounds obviously you gained weight and your face changes. Should I just pretend it didn’t happen and that it’s ok?”
As soon as the news spread over the internet, the UFC Veteran shared his opinion on the same issue on Twitter, Jake Shields wrote “Imagine if a guy got a girlfriend and then decided to stop working and play video games all day.”
Sharing the text messages may not have been a wise move on the singer’s part, but it’s crucial to grasp that PCOS is a medical condition that can cause significant weight fluctuations beyond a person’s control. Understanding this is essential to approach the situation with empathy and support.
Conor McGregor Sings Drugs Song
Conor McGregor, known for his headline-making antics, has once again captured attention. With his raw and unfiltered approach, he occasionally pushes boundaries. In his latest voice tweet, McGregor sang a song that included drug references, which sparked humorous reactions from MMA fans. His unique style never fails to entertain and provoke responses from the community.
McGregor sung ‘The Drugs Don’t Work’ by The Verve adds an intriguing twist to the story. The song’s popularity among British listeners makes it even more noteworthy that the former lightweight champion decided to showcase his vocal talents with its chorus: “The drugs don’t work, they just make you worse. But I know I’ll see your face again.” It’s clear that his unique choices always manage to keep fans engaged and talking about his latest endeavors.
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