I understand Conor isn't doing anywhere near the same number of media appearances like he has in previous big fights, but like a student cramming til the last minute for his exams the next day, Conor is staying focused on training and passing on losing full days traveling back and forth across the Atlantic and doing a presser in Vegas. Khabib is training out of San Jose so any appearances for him is just a short jaunt along the West coast. However, Conor has already laid out the biggest marketing stunt with his dolly attack and he's been lobbing cryptic tweets/instagram posts regularly since the fight was announced. I think Khabib is too humble for his own good and needs to take a page out of DC's book and engage in marketing gamesmanship. Whether genuine or not, a well delivered tweet can mean 10s of thousands of viewers deciding to tune in. Perhaps it's not Khabib's style, which probably endears him to his hardcore fans, but you can still be genuine and draw interest. Ppl are laying on Conor too much for his cheap one liners and staged photos, but the guy is doing his job (partly) in marketing the fight. So does anyone else think Khabib should do more rather than letting his surrogates speak for him? Or does he represent a return to humble, quiet martial artists compared with the loud and obnoxious Conor's, Perry's, Ferguson's, Covington's, and Till's that get all the attention today? I think if people continue to complain about low fighter pay, you have to look at how they market fights and unfortunately loud and flashy win over casuals like in other leagues such as the NFL and NBA. So my recommendation is Khabib needs to engage in the verbal jousting, even if he thinks everything Conor says is asinine and doesn't deserve a response. It doesn't take a lot of effort or time when you trade tweets/IG insults.