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To achieve great stardom in the world of MMA, and especially in the UFC, it takes more than just winning fights. Apparently, knocking out or making opponents tap out is part of what makes a fighter successful but the capability to sell out the whole arena differentiates a starfighter from the megastar. As we have seen, fighters who know how to ‘trash’ talk in the press conference or face-off are more likely to fill the seat with people. Many MMA fighters in the UFC have taken the game to the whole new level with just their trash talk. Such trash talk has been proved a bonus for the fighters to sell out the arena just like some online gaming sites offer bonuses like free spins no deposit India. So, here are three of the best trash talkers in UFC.

Conor McGregor

At present, “The Notorious” Conor McGregor is the biggest name in the history of mixed martial arts and one of the most popular stars in all of the professional sports. Along with his fighting skills, one of his biggest keys to success is his ability to promote a fight like no other. The Dublin native has used his own unique brand of trash talk to help promote some of those lucrative matches in combat sports – which included a crossover boxing match with Floyd Mayweather. One of the ways McGregor successfully promotes his bounce is by hurling a barrage of insults in his opponent’s direction.

His trademark saying – “Who the f**k is that guy?” has now become a part of MMA law. To be fair, Conor McGregor is not an all talk. He knocked out the legendary Jose Aldo in 13 seconds. Moreover, the former two-division champ also holds victories over former titleholders like Eddie Alvarez and Max Holloway. That being said, it’s the Irishman’s gift of the gab that has made him the most financially successful man to ever dawn a pair of four-ounce gloves.

Joanna Jedrzejczyk

While some fighters utilized trash talk as a way to promote upcoming contests, others use it to try and get inside their opponents’ heads. One fighter who likes to engage in mental warfare is former UFC strawweight queen, Joanna Jedrzejczyk. UFC stars often use clever sayings or humor when insulting their opponents. However, the Polish striker prefers to go right for the jugular.

Joanna has never shied away from speaking her mind which has resulted in some brutal verbal jabs. She also likes to get up close and personal during her pre fights stare downs. This situation occurred when Joanna put her fist right into the face of Rose Namajunas during a media day face-off. We have also seen her involved in heated stare downs with Carla Esparza and Cláudia Gadelha – both of whom were defeated by Joanna. Her verbal onslaught along with her intense staredowns make her widely considered as one of the scariest female fighters in the game today.

Chael Sonnen

Any discussions that involve the biggest trash talkers in UFC history, wouldn’t be complete without mentioning the bad guy Chael Patrick Sonnen. Some fighters know how to get under their opponents’ skin, however, Sonnen managed to take things to a new level by seemingly upsetting the entire nation of Brazil.

The bad guy feuded with and frequently insulted Brazilian legends like Anderson Silva, The Nogueira Brothers, and Wanderlei Silva. In truth, the insults he directed towards former middleweight champ, Anderson Silva, helped generate plenty of buzz for their title fights. Thus, making both men bigger stars. Of course, Sonnen’s trash talk wasn’t limited to only Brazilian fighters. The Oregon native also went after UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones but get knocked in the first round.

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