Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by Frode Falch, Aug 29, 2018.
Can probably put max holloway in the same crazy cardio category. But not many others.
Conor has cardio for 2 rounds which is 600 seconds. He wore out Aldo in 13 seconds. 600 divided by 13 is 46.
Conclusion: Conor can wear out 46 Aldo despite shit cardio.
Wearing out 5 random sparring partners is nothing to write home about tbh.
topic starter is a fucking teeny bopper
christ i just checked your age
Dumb dumb dumb dum dum dum.
Just because your gurgle colin dick juice don't bring the leprechaun into every thread.
conor was arm barring everyone at one point.. he had 3 fights in a row that combined lasted a minute and 4 seconds (34,14,16 secs) he doesnt have to worry about cardio
Everything is different in practice
Also, when you dominate you'll tire far less quickly than the guy you're dominating
A few solid strikes to the body, nose and mouth can disrupt and sap the cardio of anybody
Well that confirms it officially - Colin is shook
Whatever, Mike Jones.
I presented objective maths.
You are just mad and projecting your homosexuality on me.
Conor mcgregor dont have bad cardio
What do you think wear out means
Looks pretty damn worn out to me:
I like Chael, he tells a great story, really. And I'm sure there are specks of truth in it, but he tends to be quite dramatic in his assessment of sparring partners. His GSP sparring story was similarly awe inspiring. In reality, Khabib is very good at one thing, but only one thing. It's a difficult riddle to be sure, but if Khabib were to move up to 170, I suspect you would find him extremely human with guys that have the strength and wrestling acumen to force the fight on the feet.
colin went 5 with Nate at 170 and won
him having terrible cardio is a bit overstated
You're confusing worn out with knocked out
wear something out (or wear out)
use or be used until no longer in good condition or working order.
exhaust or tire someone or something.
This clearly satisfies definition 1.1 - Aldo.exe was no longer in good condition or working order.
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