字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 I'm undefeated, undisputed. Used to light a chimp in 10 days. Dominant every single bonus. No one even close. I'm on a different level, and everybody knows this. But even if I beat your cream tub, call now 40 for my legacy. I have to be the way that you can gauge how big and how meaningful fight really is through the fans. Fans. They're going crazy for this fight. This is the fight that everybody wants to see. It's fine if you Ferguson Saramago Meddoff fight that every mmm fan is dying to see who's that. Fighting was booked in 2015 2016 2017 hasn't happened. There's no one like him whose way? Without a doubt. Tony Ferguson is the guy we want to see in a way. And you go last day, too. This happened before. I'm glad it's happening now because there's four instinct in this matchup than there ever would have been. This is the most highly anticipated fight in the history of the UFC. It's sod again is common among common, dominating everyone in it. Yes, it's We're putting years getting ready for this fight, so you don't think that boys with that built man. Name it for that long we have. Very because finally, we're gonna fight important find in the history of light. Start again. Welcome to the T Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, where in less than one hour, the UFC to 48 ceremonial Wayans go down. But first, let's get you ready for UFC to 49. Brooklyn, New York and Barclay Center play host to a lightweight championship matchup on Saturday, April 18 only on pay per view for purchase through the ESPN plus first to the stage. Welcome. Elka Kui, writing the longest win streak in the UFC with 12 straight victories. He hasn't lost in nearly eight years and has the third most finishes in UFC lightweight history. He's the former interim lightweight champion Tony Ferguson and his opponent, one of the best pound for pound fighters in the world today. Undefeated and unheard of 28 you know with his last two wins over UFC legends Dustin Por Yai and Connor McGregor. He also rides a UFC best 12 straight wins into this epic contest, and he has the second most takedowns in UFC light weight history. Smoke up. USC lightweight champion of the world be norm? I commit off. What's up, everybody? Thanks for coming out today. We appreciate it. We got the first question, Tony, I wanted to start with you. You brought your belt today. I want to ask you What is your mindset coming into this fight? I mean, this journey has been long for you. You were awarded a championship belt. You were stripped of it. I mean, is there a chip on your shoulder? Are you excited? Are you angry? You're frustrated. Strip. It's right here. It never fucking win anywhere. The hyper drill. Excuse me? It's journal. Fucking suit time. All the hookers were keeping it sweet savvy, and we'll keep it a little classy. The hype is real. Better fucking be. There could be glad you showed up. Just set it down and walk away. Tony, I want I mean, obviously the record that Habib had is amazing. 28. No, it's incredible. When you watch his fights, What do you see? You see mistakes that others have made. Or do you see skills the others lack? What? What's what's going to be the difference for you? I'm actually gonna score this time. I have been sparked since Tebow. What? You don't know that either. I don't think anybody knew that. So we're gonna be sparring. I'm looking for sparring partners. So snap jitsu at gmail dot com Some of your fucking resume. Wait, hold on. You like beating on high school wrestlers preparing for ST the week before? Hold on. Hold on. And you like making homeless to push ups in New York and making fun of them. I owe you two to the stomach in the only 20 push ups, but I will do the push ups with you. You lose. Don't ask why you haven't sparred in that long. Has it been health reasons, or is it a strategy? Why not? Smart? I figured I graduate with a bunch of tools, so I had to go out in the field school. Dual game planning. I don't have daddy with me, and I don't have anybody hold in my hand. I believe I won't ask. You mean you said that this fight is important for your legacy? What is it about Tony that makes it important to have this fight for your legacy? I think we have to fight for your legacy like I think his hey deserve this. You know, Israel Challenge. You know, I respect his skills, you know, But, you know, like, uh, like, fight that he's very good fighter, But why People don't like him because he's stupid game, You know, this way, nobody understanding. I'm very educated, like I don't say, Like he looked like stupid. You know, that's why nobody like him, But, like, fighter is very good fighting, you know, And I respect the skill, and it's right here, you know, like, biggest fight on the air. And, uh, well, sit separated. There's been some talk about how much longer you want to continue fighting. I mean, you've accomplished a lot in your career. This would be another big moment for you. What else do you want to accomplish before you feel like you've done enough and don't need a fight? What else do you want to do before you? You say that's it. You know, I like challenge. You know, if you watch like, when I find a corner when I find that 48 when I fight, like all my fights, you know, like, uh, these guys one of the best in the world on Dhe. And when I watch my legacy in, like, the division, I think like I have to fight is turning Ferguson. You know, if I want become greatest light, whatever. I have to beat this guy. That's why I'm here, you know, and sign up to fight a hit man. I'm a contract killer in that bitch. Now, I got a worthy opponent. I'm gonna stop you from fucking leaving that cage jumping over. And then, Dana, I just wanted to ask one for you all along. You said that Connor McGregor doesn't believe this fight is gonna happen, That he believes he'll slide in. When was the last time you talked to him? And is that still his opinion? And I mean, is there a deadline that that he would give you when he would be willing to step in? You have no idea. Let's Let's not even talk about that about that. Let's talk about this fight not happening. Horrible question. Morgan. All of a sudden, where's the next question? Right here, Rodney James for Kate Cypress. First question is for Tony Ferguson. First of all, when USC 209 failed to materialize, you came out here on this very stage, addressed this audience and you had a lot of nice things to say about. Could be. You were very respectful, and I understand there's an element of selling the flight. But has it become personal at this point? Because you seem like you're you're after a psychological. He owes me money. He heard on a high schooler for me not to lock. It sends. And he did the homeless thing. That's three strikes. You're fucking out. So in other words, it has become personal, and you're a little bit more vested in this than you were previously. Now it's another fight. I'm thinking that everybody else is hyping it up. I'm pretty cool. I really don't have to talk too much shit. Could be. I really don't. The respect is their bullshit. There I will bring in the pressure. You know what I mean? The fuel on the fire with a three strike thing. It's a California man. Three. Strike rule dog. You have an impressive win streak. Tony Ferguson. If you win the undisputed championship, there's not a heck of a lot left for you to prove. Besides becoming a world champion, which obviously is a goal for for every fighter after that. How much longer do you think that you'll keep doing this? And what else do you want accomplish? I don't know. He holds at 42 right now. I mean, really, you can compete until you whatever. He's competing again. I mean, how much money can you make? What? You miss it? I called it out. Connors an athlete.