Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by The Beast Within, Jul 29, 2016.
Gonna have to wait for his training partner to release the unedited sparring session before making conclusions
Eesh, doesn't look impressive, even with favorable editing.
Still sparring with nobodies.
He never learns.
he does , you're just an hater, nate is going to get destroyed
Lol it's sparring, what did you expect? A hurricane kick KO?
olympic boxers are nobodies?
Should I assume you lost a sig bet?
Edited or not, looked a hell of alot better than that boxing video I saw him in a couple months back
Who's the olympic boxer?
and he is throwing kicks, using trips,etc , he is not boxing at all.
Compare that to Nate Diaz who actually boxes P4P boxers in a boxing ring.
Looks like his defense is still overly reliant on reflexes, reflexes that will slow as the fight goes on.
These gyms are considered laughable here.
Should practice backwork
That was Dillon in there for some of it, it looked. I guess he'll likely be transitioning to MMA soon. He's young, he should do well.
You sound like a Nate hater.
Those roundhouse kicks are not the type he should be working on, those look good on Van Damme´s films and on games, but he should be training that front leg chopping kick if he is looking to hurt Nate.
Conor's main weakness is cardio. His style relies on speed, relexes, and timing. The problem is that he doesn't have the cardio to maintain the level of speed/reflexes/timing needed to excel later into a fight. He's very dangerous early in the fight. If it's a high paced back and forth fight he will start to slow down his offense and lose his defensive reflexes.
Olympic boxers are still amateurs, McGregors throwing kicks and wrestling them, wonder how he does when straight boxing them.
Nate spars with guys like Andre Ward, and holds his own, these guys couldn't even hold his towel.
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