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Discussion in 'Conor McGregor vs Mayweather Discussion' started by Karl Tanner, Jun 19, 2017 at 5:55 PM.
Bet the house
You know there's a forum for this bullshit right?
I'm pointing out Conor's fight-night weight in his fights mostly. Not-related to the Floyd fight only.
Wait a minute he has been heavier than 175lbs before a fight yet Conor fanboys say Nate was way bigger than him.
Nate was 190 pounds.
He said 75. They go by metric system.
Knew it. He is way too thick to be under 170. I'm glad there is a solid answer to his size now. I was tired of all the speculation
Edit: 75kg, so 165lbs right now and probably mid 170s is the cap. Still makes sense
Nate was tree fiddy guys relax
Even if that's the case, a bit over 75 means 170 pounds. He said, he was a lot heavier than 175 (or 170 if you're right) 6 weeks out before the fights so, the title holds true.
Y'all have to remember this is Conor just coming off Maternity leave, so this is with 9 months of eating for two.
He's playing mind games. Conor was 167lb vs Nate at 170. He needed all the size he could get.
If he was a lot bigger than 175lb he wouldn't have cut 4lb's more than he had to for a fight with Nate.
Edit: They're using the metric system. 75kg is 165lb.
Jesus Christ, I know it's a completely different training preparation and weight cutting situation but goddamn that is a big former 145er.
75 kg = 165 lbs
the sparring footage means nothing. first this wasn't a full out spar. second conor didnt look perfect but it wasn't against a scrub. considering who he was sparring and considering his sport is not boxing he looked damn good and that was then. training for diaz. this is now.
TS may as well insert a shoop, while he's at it.
BUT GUYS this for LW or even lower 154.
And you were telling me for WW he was only 168 ?
Dumb asses who believed that.
"Nate walks around at 220 easy bro" - Conor fans
Wait, when he fought Nate, wasn't he like 145 and Nate was pushing 220 or so??? It was truly a David and Goliath situation by all accounts.