World-Renowned Sports Artist Brent Benger’s Original Painting
Depicting “UFC 202 Bad Blood: Diaz vs. McGregor 2”
Now Available at Jeff Mitchum Galleries
Nate Diaz and Conor McGregor’s upcoming rematch “UFC 202 Bad Blood: Diaz vs. McGregor 2” has been immortalized forever in Brent Benger’s newest creation. The original painting of Diaz and McGregor measures 36″ by 72″ and is currently on display and available for acquisition at Jeff Mitchum Galleries, MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
The stunningly realistic painting captures the essence of McGregor in amazing detail, who is putting everything into the rematch in the hopes of finding redemption and erasing the devastating memories of his last fight with Diaz. Known for his durability, Diaz is portrayed in the middle of the Octagon seeking respect in the most highly anticipated rematch in UFC history.
“Brent continues to amaze me through his masterful ability to create original paintings that stretch the imagination and soul of our minds. The detail, story and emotional connection truly makes this piece a collectors dream,” said Jeff Mitchum, acclaimed landscape photographer and owner of Jeff Mitchum Galleries.
Both fighters are depicted in peak physical condition and, similar to the last fight between these two warriors, Diaz and McGregor are toe-to-toe exchanging brutal punches. In the background, the admiring crowd of UFC fans, which prominently features the UFC founders Frank and Lorenzo Fertitta, current owners Ari Emanuel, Michael Dell, Patrick Whitesell and Egon Durban and MGM Resorts International management including Jim Murren, Bill Hornbuckle and Scott Sibella, watch as each fighter fires crisp, accurate punches in an attempt to take down his opponent.
Benger’s paintings have gained international acclaim by gracing the cover of Sports Illustrated, portraying boxing legends such as Floyd Mayweather and Evander Holyfield, and being commissioned by the Olympic committee and major professional sports teams.
For more information, please contact Jeff Mitchum Galleries, MGM Grand, at (800) 763-3074, or visit jeffmitchumgalleries.com.