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Holly Holm posted a swimsuit photo prior to UFC 265, stating she needed to go to the beach.



Holm wrote, “This afternoon called for a pool break. ….. followed up by a much needed cup of coffee before this evenings training. Everyday is a blessing in this journey called life.”

The UFC color commentator Joe Rogan recently talked about the potential boxing bout for former UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre. He had an opportunity to face Oscar De La Hoya for Triller Fight Club, an exhibition boxing match that would have marked the first appearance for “Rush” since late 2017 when the French-Canadian star beat then-middleweight champion Michael Bisping.

Joe Rogan reveals Dana White was against the  Georges St-Pierre bout

The UFC President Dana White did not back the bout as probably because he hates Triller almost as much as he hates De La Hoya. Since UFC still holds the rights to St-Pierre’s contract, there was nothing “Rush” could do except accepting it which is a lot easier (and much less expensive) than going to court. Kourtney Kardashian Spends Huge Money On UFC Tickets

Joe Rogan said:

“Well, [UFC] kind of said f**k you to Georges St. Pierre when he wanted to fight Oscar de la Hoya.”

Dana [White] and Oscar do not get along.”

The UFC schedule is continuing this week with UFC 265 on Saturday at Toyota Center in Houston. Some marquee on-air talent will make their presence felt to guide viewers through the experience.

UFC 265’s main card streams via ESPN+ pay-per-view for residents in the U.S. beginning at 10 p.m. ET.

Televised prelims on ESPN2 start at 8 p.m. ET following early prelims, which are tentatively slated to begin at 6 p.m. ET and stream on ESPN+.

MMA journalist Brett Okamoto serves as desk host on the post-fight show. He’ll be joined by three-time UFC title challenger Chael Sonnen and “First Take” co-host Max Kellerman. Longtime UFC correspondent Megan Olivi will conduct pre- and post-fight interviews backstage with some of the athletes on the card, as well as report additional real-time updates for the event.