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  • 29 Jul
    导出博客文章Undefeated UFC lightweight Khabib Nurmagomedov has demanded the next title shot
    against newly crowned champion Conor McGregor.And one of Nurmagomedovs coaches
    believes McGregor is already doing what he can to avoid the fight.After knocking
    out Eddie Alvarez at UFC 205 in New York on Saturday, McGregor (21-3) didnt seem
    interested in a fight against Nurmagomedov (24-0), who submitted Michael Johnson
    on the same night. The Irish star claimed that Nurmagomedov, who missed all of
    2015 due to injury, hasnt fought frequently enough to warrant a title
    shot.Nurmagomedovs striking coach, Javier Mendez of American Kickboxing Academy,
    took exception to that claim.Yes, 100 percent, he is ducking Khabib, Mendez told I know that from the words he is saying. He doesnt fight enough for my
    taste? Give me a break.You can say, Hey, I want to fight Nate Diaz a third time.
    Fine. Say that. But dont try to put my guy down because you are trying to avoid
    him. Dont belittle my guy. Thats bulls---.Nurmagomedov, who is originally from
    the Russian region Dagestan, made a loud statement at UFC 205. He literally
    demanded the next title shot during the fight while he was hitting Johnson with
    strikes on the ground.There was even an exchange between Nurmagomedov and UFC
    president Dana White after the second round. Nurmagomedov believes the UFC used
    him to book the title fight between McGregor and Alvarez.Hes talking to Dana
    from the corner after the second round, saying, Dont send me any more bulls---
    contracts, Mendez said. Danas laughing, saying, Just take care of what you got
    in front of you. And Khabib says, Dont worry about that. Im taking care of that.
    You know who the real champ is.Mendez, who also trains current light heavyweight
    champion Daniel Cormier and former champs Cain Velasquez and Luke Rockhold, said
    he felt that McGregor received favorable matchups early in his career. He
    changed his mind last year, when McGregor agreed to fight Chad Mendes on short
    notice.He hopes he wasnt wrong in changing his mind.When he fought Chad Mendes,
    I thought it proved he wasnt ducking anybody, Mendez said. But now hes doing
    this and Im thinking hes trying to avoid Khabib. I think Khabib, [lightweight
    contenders] Nate Diaz and Tony Ferguson all give Conor a hell of a fight -- but
    the guy who gives him the worst time, by far, is Khabib. Hes the strongest
    grappler in the division.Nurmagomedov, 28, has said that if the UFC denies him a
    title shot, he wont fight for the organization again.As far as Mendez knows,
    Nurmagomedov is serious about it.Thats what he has said this whole time, Mendez
    said. And its not about fighting Conor. He doesnt care if he fights Conor. He
    wants to fight for the title. He has no beef with any fighter out there. He
    wants the title to prove hes the best, and he wants to defend it against the
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    COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Ohio State coach Urban Meyer has reason to feel a little
    unsettled as his team begins preparations for the 2016 season. He has to find
    replacements for his best offensive player, his best defensive player and other
    key parts of a squad that finished 12-1 last year and ranked No. 4 in the
    nation.Ezekiel Elliot, one of the best running backs in Buckeyes history,
    departed early for the NFL, as did defensive end Joey Bosa. Both were stalwarts
    in the 2014 national championship run and right on through last season. Just six
    starters from last year will be in camp this fall.The good news: Quarterback
    J.T. Barrett enters a season as the undisputed starter for the first time after
    taking over for Cardale Jones at mid-season last year. In 2014, Barrett led the
    Buckeyes to an 11-1 record before breaking his ankle in the Michigan game and
    giving way to Jones, who led the team to the national title.I anticipate he will
    be as good a quarterback as weve had, Meyer said. Its his show and he knows it,
    and hes prepared.Middle linebacker Raekwon McMillan, a second-team All-American
    who was one of the Big Tens top tacklers, will anchor a defense with a ton of
    potential -- including Bosas little brother, Nick, an incoming freshman
    defensive lineman.Freshmen and other inexperienced players will see extensive
    playing time on both sides of the ball and must perform for the Buckeyes to have
    success. A true freshman might even start on the offensive line, an exceedingly
    rare occurrence at Ohio State.But that doesnt necessarily mean it will be a
    rebuilding year for the Buckeyes. For Meyer, a master recruiter, its always a
    matter of waiting for the next crop of All-Americans to come of age and take
    over the team.We have a lot of momentum here at Ohio State right now, he said.
    We cant lose it just because we lost some great players.Some things to watch as
    the season aarrives:THE GROUND GAMEWith Elliott now in camp with the Dallas
    Cowboys, Ohio State enters fall practice without an established running
    back.dddddddddddd. The teams most experienced back, fifth-year senior Brionte
    Dunn, was dismissed last month for violating an unspecified team rule. That
    leaves redshirt freshman Mike Weber and true freshman Antonio Williams, both
    highly regarded prep players Meyer has raved about. Weber likely will be the
    starter, and look for H-back Curtis Samuel to get a share of the touches,
    too.ABOUT THOSE RECEIVERSOhio States three best receivers from 2015 are gone.
    The four players expected to step up as top pass-catchers -- Noah Brown, Corey
    Smith, Dontre Wilson and Samuel -- were recovering from injuries and didnt
    participate in spring practice, opening the door for youngsters like Terry
    McLaurin, Parris Campbell and Torrance Gibson, all of whom had their shining
    moments in the spring game. Meyer needs one of them to emerge as the guy who can
    consistently get open and catch the deep ball.KEY GAMESSept. 17 at Oklahoma;
    Oct. 15 at Wisconsin; Nov. 19 at Michigan State; Nov. 26 vs. Michigan.SEASON
    OPENERSept. 3 vs. Bowling Green: The Buckeyes may have to work up a sweat
    dispatching the Falcons, one of the Mid-American Conferences better teams. Its
    the first of two tuneup games Ohio State will play at home before traveling to
    Oklahoma for an early-season showdown.PREDICTIONDespite losing a lot of
    experienced players, the Buckeyes have the talent to remain among college
    footballs elite teams. An 11-1 finish seems likely, with potential stumbles at
    Wisconsin or perhaps against Michigan.---Online:AP College Football website: Mitch Stacy at ' ' '