Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by Son Peyote, Mar 10, 2018.
Yeah you're right, Cody would NEVER fight a sparring partner.
Say what you want about his work ethic but he's head and shoulders more physically gifted than anyone in the UFC. Becoming champ with 2 weeks of training is unrealistic so give him 3 weeks.
He'll get dropped on his head and choked out.
Yeah he's a can crusher.
still pisses me off to this day
Nope, not layed-n-prayed. He will get fucking finished on the ground.
I only seen a few of his fights and he has crazy fast hand speed, he is very skilled and talented. BUT in UFC its a different story, he would need to have great TDD and that would take ages to get good. Because everyone will just shoot on him. Also he is tiny, would be flyweight. Mouse would tap him out.
Heather Hardy hasn't been finished on the ground in 3 fights. Even if he gets submitted, that is not synonymous with getting rekt.
Submission is one of the most beta ways of finishing fight. It shows a discrepancy of skill, and gives a boxer trying MMA a pass. If a boxer gets submitted, "boo hoo, of course, that is expected." Nothing to be ashamed off.
If a boxer gets KO'd, now that is alpha. LOL
He won the world title at 22, by definition he certainly is a prodigy. Come at me.
You don't know how bjj works do you?
Guy is young
Can def make the transition
Boxing hating,mma only guys need to stop hating
The Money Team must not pay well
Hardy never fought high level MMA strikers, which was part of the post you are referring to. Try again, smartass.
Whatever helps you sleep well at night, buddeh.
As an expert on the topic, I agree.
Let’s do it
Have you ever grappled? Had that feeling of i cant do shit to prevent this guy from strangling me
Get out your basement stupid. Try watching something other than ufc.
No you won't lol
Sounds like you're a loser who will let someone rape him
Right because I’m sure his submission defense is top notch
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