LIV Sports to bring UFC 189 action as Chad Mendes takes on Conor McGregor

MUMBAI: Will the luck of the Irish hold against Mendes or would Latino heat be too much to handle for McGregor? That is the question every UFC fan is asking. The answers will be found on LIV Sports, Multi Screen Media (MSM)’s premier digital sports destination, on Sunday, 12 July at 07:30 am.


Watch the two featherweight fighters; the No.2 American Chad Mendes and the No. 3 Irishman McGregor go head-to-head in an exciting round of fights in UFC 189LIVEon the LIV Sports website and app. The ultimate digital sports destination will also allow viewers to indulge in a high-quality interactive user experience with on-demand video content.


The fight will feature an interesting clash of styles which viewers can immerse in real time online on www.LivSports.in  and on the LIV Sports Mobile App available on iOS and Android. Mendes is known for his grappling and takedown moves, whereas McGregor is a striker who relies on his quick kicks and powerful punches. With both contestants undergoing grueling training regimes to be in peak physical condition, the Mendes-McGregor fight promises to be a smash hit with the audience. The temperatures are already soaring between the two camps, with taunts, videos and comments all over the web adding spice to the already rich flavour of the fight. 

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