It seems Conor is turning blame on his coaches

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  1. khabib-bot

    khabib-bot “If you can’t make peace, aim between the eyes” Platinum Member

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    Am I wrong here?

    “Listen to nobody, take my own advice.”

    You think Conor will be changing his camp or making his own?
     
  2. flowoftruth

    flowoftruth Green Belt

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    Sounded that way to me too this boy is delusional
     
  3. Hitto

    Hitto He think whiskey gonna help him?

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    Conor is at stage 1 of PTSD. Denial.

    Khabib took his SOUL. Conor is only pretending to want that rematch. He will never, ever, sign to fight Khabib again.

    Khabib Bless.
     
  4. Rav7n

    Rav7n Black Belt

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    Here we go again..
    Another 30 threads about a Nimrod..
    <{you!}>
     
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  5. Streeter

    Streeter Brown Belt

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    He honestly took the loss on chin as much as a man could. Conor haters will see what they want to see
     
  6. cneely717

    cneely717 Blue Belt

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    So basically Conor was saying if he had been offensive grappling rather then defensive he wouldve submitted Khabib. So now that we know they should give him his belts back, and possibly suspend Irish Edmund and Dildo Anus from the UFC
     
  7. 3nigma

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    Blame his coaches.

    Didn't train standup or attacking grappling (WTF did he train?).

    Khabib won from a sport standpoint but he lost rounds from his new definition of what a real fight is.

    Khabib circling and not standing in front of him like an idiot is now considered running. Not anything like his actual running from Diaz in their 2nd fight.

    He was walking Down Kahbib. Did I miss a portion of the fight?

    Thinks his illegal elbows are high points of a round.


    Conor, so humble in defeat. What a great guy.
     
  8. Joohnmatrix

    Joohnmatrix Green Belt

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    He's clutching at straws. Needs more touch butt and visualisation.
     
  9. Horriblehim

    Horriblehim Purple Belt

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    Moving to US confirmed. Didnt he say ppl who leave their home countries are weak?
     
  10. Only Here for Attachments

    Only Here for Attachments Free from yellow thanks to my state's congress

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    Maybe he's starting to realize that not gameplanning and not bringng in specialists to work with might not be the best way to train.
     
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    Arm Barbarian Steel Belt Platinum Member

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    The biggest problem is he is surrounded by Yes Men, who don't push or challenge him. They're all too afraid of losing their gravy train.

    And from that statement by Conor, it doesn't sound like he wants anything else.

    If he's only going to listen to his own advice, then how is he actually going to learn anything new and evolve?
     
  12. Bamboshi

    Bamboshi White Belt

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    Conor's been saying multiple times that he trains at SBG because Jon is the most open-minded coach he's met so far and he always lets his fighters train their way, so i dont really think what he meant right there.

    I think Rematch Conor is the new mythical fighter and would beat Khabib if they fight the next time. I just dont think he fully commited to it. You just cant do that vs someone that will take every chance to beat you (lmao at people saying Khabib could finish him at any time but just didn't want to)

    Only Jon Jones can not train hard for a fight and still win it.
     
  13. flowoftruth

    flowoftruth Green Belt

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    took it on the chin lmao all he is doing is giving excuses . 'ohh it was a coaching fault, they shoulda change the rules to give me this round, in this round he was blessed with a good punch'
     
  14. andrikkis7

    andrikkis7 Rikudō Sennin

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    Oh my god dude, he took his SOUL?! Whoah cool stuff! Do you know if he'll give it back? Is it for sale on ebay or something?
     
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  15. Andreh

    Andreh Double Yellow Card Double Yellow Card Yellow Card

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    Let's summarize:
    Conor, Khabib was far, far better. Be a real man, blame no one short of yourself, train more and STFU.
     
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  16. Crom Cruach

    Crom Cruach Blue Belt

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    Super weird quote.
    Especially in light of Kavanagh telling Ariel if there was a Khabib rematch he wouldn't want to do the training camp the same way again and wanting to go back to the old way they used to do camps.
     
  17. Bamboshi

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    Jon is a great coach (and the only yes men i see there are his buddies) but i agree that him switching camps ( fte. Jackson Wink ) would be a good idea. You just cant spend years in the same gym with the same people and evolve like he should.
     
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  18. ThePeoplesMMA

    ThePeoplesMMA Brown Belt

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    Not wrong but selective, he is sharing blame with his coaches.

    Kavanagh admited on JRE that he insisted on a defensive mindset which clearly Conor disagreed with, so it seems Conor finds fault in that but Conor also places blame on himself for not respecting Khabib's standup & for not having his conditioning on point.
     
  19. nanika

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    he should go join Ronda in the WWE
     
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