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# Main Event

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2022
# Main Event
Conlan returns to the ring to face Colombian Marriaga in Belfast
The featherweight will have a homecoming bout at the SSE Arena on 6 August.
# Main Event
Minella Indo takes on 10 rivals in Cheltenham Gold Cup defence
Henry de Bromhead’s horse looks to retain his crown on Friday.
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# Main Event
Irish youngster Gallagher to headline third Bellator show in Dublin
The 23-year-old will take on Cal ‘Pacino’ Ellenor in a bantamweight bout.
# Main Event
'I'm still bleeding from that game in 2013... Chicago was a full bandage'
Joe Schmidt and Ireland turn their attention to the All Blacks after overcoming Argentina.
# UFC 218
Rematch: Jose Aldo reportedly set to meet Max Holloway at UFC 218 main event
Holloway was supposed to face off against Frankie Edgar, however the former lightweight champion was forced out due to injury.
# Main Event
Gallagher's opponent revealed as he's set to defend unbeaten record in Dublin
Jeremiah Labiano is next up for ‘The Strabanimal’, as they headline the Bellator event this November.
# replacement
Unbeaten Khabib handed a new opponent after UFC main event is called off
Newcomer Darrell Horcher will step in next weekend after the injury to Tony Ferguson.
# Main Event
Duffy versus Poirier announced as the headline bout for UFC Dublin
A huge fight for the Donegal lightweight at the 3Arena.
# Main Event
UFC analysis: A comparison of Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier
An in-depth look at the skills sets of the men headlining UFC 182.
# Main Event
McGregor's opponent Siver promises to 'punish' him in Boston
The German featherweight has admitted that he was surprised to get the headline fight.
# WSOP
Leaving Las Vegas: O'Dea crashes out of World Series final table
However, the Dubliner picked up a cool $1.7m (€1.2m) for finishing this year’s Main Event in sixth place.
# Cha-ching!
Meet the young Irishman who is taking the World Series of Poker by storm
Eoghan O’Dea from Dalkey is currently in second place at the WSOP Main Event.