Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by Eli1015, Jan 20, 2020.
I refuse to believe they actually believe the things they say though it has to be trolling
no person can be that stupid and consistently wrong
You posted the wrong picture bud. Here let me help you.
The issue is that the two guys that beat cowboy before Conor are on tidy win streaks, whereas Conor had a title shot two fights ago and didn’t look competitive
It's not different at all, it was a great win that most people predicted (same with Tony and Gaethje). I don't think Cerrone is any different than when he faced Iaquinta, he is the exact same fighter. All about match-ups.
The only issue here is if Dana gives him a TS off this win like he keeps saying he will.
Has literally nothing to do with what this thread is discussing. But I can't expect Diaz fans to be able to have reading comprehension skills.
You never know!
Some people here argued Jones didn't win his last fight lol!
I'm not sure if you understand how the fight game works but your stock as a fighter drops after every consecutive loss. If Cowboy loses his next fight, whoever it is that wins will get even less accolades than Conor.
when Tony and Justin beat cowboy, I said "ok they both beat a mediocre at best journeyman". same thing I said when Conor beat him.
And here’s Conor’s nut huggers in one gif...
And the OP clearly has some Cerrone level CTE if he doesn't think concussive blows in consecutive fights over a 2 year period aren't cumulative, with each successive one being easier to receive than the last.
Look who's back. Hi little guy.
Not quite apt though really, is it?
I think most of the backlash surrounding the McGregor/Cowboy ‘fight’ pertained to Cowboy being a spent force, as a result of the damaged absorbed in the Ferguson/Gaethje, i.e. Conor profited by fighting against a vestige of Cowboy Cerrone, as his previous two fights effectively ended him as a top-tier fighter and softened him up for McGregor.
Not saying that’s my perspective, just outlining a lot of what I’ve seen in recent days.
Easy to go on win streaks when you scrape the bottom of the rankings after getting flatlined by guys that Conor dispatched with ease.
That person probably has only seen 2 Diaz fights. Both were Conor. He's not worth talking to
So in other words, Conor beat a guy who had just got his ass beaten badly by the other 2 mentioned fighters.
So then why doesn’t Conor beat some contenders that are deemed good enough for him? Seeing as top 3 ranked fighters aren’t heheh
Don't panic bud. It has everything to do with it.
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