"A lot of people think they can do what I do until it's time to do what I do"

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  1. Kaiserjuan

    Kaiserjuan Blue Belt

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    He keeps backing it up, all the others are just constantly pulling (pussying) out of fights (Aldo, Werdum) or making lame excuses for their losses(10%Weidman, 2weeks Mendes) and they are the ones getting respect from people.

    I will not be surprised if some dumbhead still comes up talking crap about McGregor.
    Silly haters now want him to fight Khabib so this happens. If he wins, then Khabib has them all: ring-rust, short camp, injuries, poor striking game. If he loses then he was never that good, not even UFC material if he can't take wrestlers, especially wresterls with ring rust who are fighting on short notice and probably have multiple severe injuries.
     
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    Relyk Purple Belt

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    "A lot of people think they can do what I do until it's time to do what I do" - Kenny Florian
     
  3. JagWar

    JagWar Banned Banned

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    You're damn right TS. Fuck the haters. At the end of the day, there has been only one man left standing and that is/has always been Conor.
     
  4. RondaDrowsy

    RondaDrowsy Banned Banned

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    the fuck are you talking about?
     
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  5. FrankGarrett316

    FrankGarrett316 Forum vigilante

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    I started off hating Conor 100%.

    Lately it's gone done to 99%, because in spite of the antics and bullying, at the end of the day, he does you know what
    *

    If he loses, and is gracious and humble in defeat, the percentage will go down to 0%, meaning, he's won me over, as he's proven he'll show up for whatever fight, and if he loses, shows good sportsmanship.

    *I left this part vague like this, because no matter how I phrase it (e.g. "show up to fight," etc), someone would put in a completely unnecessary rebuttal, trying to argue with me on a technicality.
     
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  6. rjmbrd

    rjmbrd Gold Belt

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    Conor blew out his knee and was on the shelf for a year.

    How is that any different than RDA breaking his foot?

    These things happen.
     
  7. LouisBolanos

    LouisBolanos Popcorn tastes good

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    Bro please don't. Haters make the best popcorns. Conor ducked Khabi and is cocky as F. He also will probably win, and force the UFC to make this a bullshit interim LW championship fight. Please hate him more!
     
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    IMSAYIN Mediocre Double Yellow Card

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    I'm pretty sure Houdini said that. ;)
     
  9. Kaiserjuan

    Kaiserjuan Blue Belt

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    Of course they can but guess what? He's always there to save the date and turns down no fight. Conor injured his ACL during a fight, he didn't break his foot or bruise/break his rib 10 days before the f'ing fight. These guys are so unprofessional and unaware of what they're doing
     
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    RandomUser12 Purple Belt

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    Seeing Conor's blatant duck reminded me of this:

     
  11. Mutdog

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    He didnt pull out of the fight. He had a problem before he fought him but went in anyway THEN took the layoff after surgery.
     
  12. basementdweller

    basementdweller Black Belt

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    HE TERNS DOWN NO FAIGHTS

    guess what dude, when/if he breaks something while preparing to fight, he is gonna have to pull out too. It's easy to judge everyone else when you're on top, but every fighter falls and won't be different with your boy.
     
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    $uicideboy$ ROPE GANG Banned

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    ts acting like conor is the only fighter in the world that this happens to
     
  14. DoGGyStyLe

    DoGGyStyLe Orange Belt

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    We have already seen him loose and it looks to me like he was humble in defeat:
     
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    rjmbrd Gold Belt

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    It is completely common for guys to fight with injuries, especially before they are situated in their career. Conor was a nobody when he fought Max. If he is to be believed, he blew out his knee during the fight.

    You cannot fight with a broken foot, I don't see how you cast aspersions on RDA for this.
     
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    mbach4307 Double Yellow Card Double Yellow Card

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    -Kenny Florian
     
  17. rush61

    rush61 Brown Belt

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    The difference is Conor wasnt scheduled to main event and his injury happened in a fight not 2 fuckin weeks before a fight and in training. Wasnt it even said his camp was over? Train smart not reckless before the biggest fight/pay day of your life.
     
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  18. INoHespectChael

    INoHespectChael Black Belt

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    lol @ TS calling Aldo, RDA, and Werdum a pussy.

    Go back to eating cheetos and playing call of duty on your couch.
     
  19. Akabignasty

    Akabignasty Silver Belt

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    TS, you can take his cock out of your mouth now.
     
  20. Filthymaggot

    Filthymaggot Badger Milk is not a PED.

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    2 weeks before a fight the hard training should be over. Mental preparation, weight cutting, LIGHT SPARRING maybe. And I'm talking sparring at 20% here, just ti go over techniques. Study film and come up with a gameplan that will win the fight.

    IMO guys going hard in the gym 2 weeks before a fight is acting very unprofessional. Train smarter, not harder.
     

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