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Nunes spends the morning inside the octagon with Brown and her primary training partner, UFC fighter Nina Ansaroff.
The house's floor plan in the film is clearly an octagon: assuming one side for the front entry way, there would be seven rooms on the ground floor, each one corresponding to Catholicism's mortal sins.
Historically, the number eight and the octagon symbolize resurrection and rebirth.
All-time great Georges St-Pierre is returning to the octagon at UFC 217 in Madison Square Garden on Nov. 4 to challenge middleweight champion Michael Bisping.
Ferguson and Lee also wouldn’t be surprised if McGregor never returns to the octagon.
McGregor didn't seem to think that money would prevent him from a return to the UFC's octagon.
But that was all verbal, Saturday will finally see the fists fly, and prove whether UFC champion McGregor’s step from the octagon to the ring was brave or foolish.
In the octagon, however, a boxer would be taken apart by a top MMA star who was also trained in kicks, takedowns and submission holds.
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