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Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by cyrusthevyrus, Feb 9, 2018.
He'll be the next Mel Gibson
Sage is already 21.
He is not some young kid like Erick Silva with his whole career in front of him.
Sage's best days are behind him.
Still my boy
there is a certain allure to an undefeated fighter, even more so if they have Sage's look and pedigree, after the first loss I think fans would have over looked it ....chocking it up to him being young and all...
I think now though...the luster has faded...he may go on a tear and even win a belt((lol)) but I dont think they will be able to recapture what could have been, had it all gone to plan
also at this point his dedication to the sport seems shakey at best, lets see what happens I guess, hope he does good
True. He is doing "well". Just not in fighting.
Do you want him to go unconscious?
The only times he has had the opportunity to show heart was when Pfister outwrestled him and took the 1st round then finished him in the second.
And then that close fight at UFC 200 where he was nearly finished several times and made it out.
He has heart just not enough experience.
Resurrected? When did he dieded?
He's not? What's his best win then? Cody Pfister? The UFC keeps on giving him the lowest-tier fighters they can find. He's had no step up in competition whatsoever. He's about to have his seventh fight in the UFC, and his opponent is someone who is 1-3 in the UFC. The criticism is deserved in my opinion.
If he was an absolute bum, he wouldnt have any wins in the UFC. An absolute bum looks like CM punk, not Sage.