Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by BokaBokte, Jan 14, 2020.
He’s just drunk, is normal.
Cowboy is ufc equivalent of a jobber
cowboy is shooke
Don’t use a term if u don’t understand it.
Cowboy is going to starch McGregor.
"You're either the current world champion, or a jobber."
cowboy is a company man
Maybe the cowboy from 2+years ago.
Nowadays he is the Lamb that will allow conor to claim he is back and that he deserves big fights by skipping the line.
Yeh - does he have any history of hip or leg injuries?
Either way, looks bad, advantage Mcgregor.
He sure was but I'm not gonna put too much stock in it.
It’s all a ploy to demotivate Connor even more from a pointless fight.
Looks like he was just passing gas from all that beer.
Cowboy beat the hell out of Iaquinta, Hernandez and Perry. This happened recently, not talking about his past success.
Losing to Ferguson after winning R1 and losing to Gaethje doesn't make you a jobber.
At LW Cowboy has lost to the best of the best.
Also you're talking about a guy who almost never does game plans, takes short notice fights against anyone, never pulls out regardless of how injured he is.
If he were more selective with his fighting schedule and if he gameplanned he would've likely been champ before the Khabib era.
People dissing Cowboy's skills should be ashamed of themselves and the thing is IF Cowboy wins they will still give him zero credit and put it all on Conor being washed up.
That’s a gangsta walk you goof.
Most wins and most finishes + former title challenger coming of losses to n.2 and n.3 of the division while being the n.4 himself = jobber
Cowboy doesn't need to be in best of shape to beat Conor. Just like Nate didn't need to.
Dana injured Cowboy pre-fight to give his Irish money maker an easier fight
The money's in his left pocket.
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