There seems to be a familiar routine when it comes to UFC pre-fight press conferences. First, Dana White inserts himself between the two opponents as if they couldn't get through him if they really wanted to. Second, one of the two fighters takes a shot that leads to a brief scuffle that looks like it's an impending melee. Third, security, entourages, etc. run on to hold the two back and everything returns to normal with a little added hype for the impending fight.
Anyway here's that regimen to get fans pumped for the UFC 196 showdown between Conor McGregor and late replacement Nate Diaz. If you want to actually see them come to blows it's best to gather a group that can pony up for the pay-per-view. You have until Saturday night when the fight goes on as planned without White getting in the way.
As we've seen in the past (in addition to today) there's no love lost between the two.
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