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Morning Report: Diaz calls rematch 'gift' from UFC

Nate Diaz says Conor McGregor is getting a second shot at him because the UFC thinks his submission win "was an accident."

Morning Report: RDA calls McGregor a 'coward'

UFC lightweight champion Rafael dos Anjos says he feels bad for Jose Aldo and Frankie Edgar and believes Conor McGregor will avoid fighting the winner of their interim featherweight title bout.

Morning Report: Weidman "free" after loss to Luke

Former UFC middleweight champion Chris Weidman says his "complacent" attitude cost him his title and that he's now free to grow and evolve.

Morning Report: Tate doesn't recognize this Ronda

UFC women's bantamweight champion Miesha Tate is confident she'll finally beat Ronda Rousey but questions if 'Rowdy' will ever fight again after being "exposed."

Morning Report: McGregor 'has a lot to learn'

UFC commentator Joe Rogan says Conor McGregor needs to become "obsessed" with jiu jitsu and make that his primary focus if he wants to beat Nate Diaz in a rematch.

This Week in Struggle: Batman, blizzards, burglary

Break out the violin and see how the pros managed to survive another week.

Morning Report: Ronda moving past 'infallible'

Former UFC women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey is using her upset loss to Holly Holm to help inspire women and says it may end up being the best thing to ever happen to her.

Morning Report: Arlovski ready to "smash" Overeem

Andrei Arlovski says he isn't missing time in the gym to accommodate Alistair Overeem and that he's the "No. 1 priority" at JacksonWink.

Morning Report: 'Mayhem' seeking truce with police

Out of jail, a frustrated Jason Miller believes his 2013 charge for domestic assault has made him a target for law enforcement and has "ruined his career."

Morning Report: UFC 'never' as big as Floyd-Manny

HBO boxing commentator Jim Lampley says UFC isn't capable of constructing an event as big as Manny Pacquiao vs. Floyd Mayweather because of its model and that boxing will "always have the bigger showcase events."