UFC 264 is almost here, and as usual, Embedded is here as well. The show that gives you an inside look at the marquee contestants on PPVs has issued the fifth episode for this weekend’s huge show in Arizona, and it serves as a brief introduction to the fighters at the top of the card.
We start off with Conor McGregor at his own gym...getting a haircut? You know, regular gym activities. They’re talking football (soccer) and England making the Euro finals. Someone on his team says the event has the most pre-buys in UFC history.
Over at UFC Apex, Conor shows to do an interview with Stephen A. Smith (ugh). SAS says that this is the first time he’s done an interview where the other guy was better dressed than he was. Conor gives him the fake laugh. He says that he sees the panic in Dustin Poirier in both rounds of the second round, but Conor let up because he wanted to get some rounds in. Sure.
He then sits down with Megan Olivi. He says that his win over Eddie Alvarez was the best performance in UFC history, and he’s going to top that on Saturday.
We go over to Kris Moutinho, who wants to show the world how he fights against Sean O’Malley. Things move to O’Malley now. His coach is just trying to get him to get a sweat in. He says Suga looks better on a fight week Wednesday than usual.
Now it’s Irene Aldana, briefly. Then Greg Hardy. Skip.
And that’s it! UFC 264 goes down tomorrow night in Vegas.