Cowboy went for an ankle pick

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  1. Iron Skin Banned Banned

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    no he didn't he just didnt expect conor to ram his knee into his chin, making his timing/placement awkward
     
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    Inb4 170lbs Conor has picograms.
     
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    Also checked Conor's oil
     
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    omg im seeing cowboy get wobbled by that knee in the first exchange, look closely.
     
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    he was just plain outclassed..period..conor did great
     
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    Cowboy fucked up going for the takedown.
     
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    Dammm it was the knee that hurt Cowboy

    He will need that same knee to ko Khabib
     
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    yup, i thought the same thing. it didn't land completely clean, but it's very possible cerrone was rocked from the very first strike. would help to explain the fight.
     
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    Conor's knee didn't touch him
     
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    It was conors thigh that hit him
     
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    Which is not a knee, I know
     
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    ankle pick is a big word there
    <{nope}>
     
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    that shouldnt have hurt him at all
     
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    I think the Bestbuy Lady would have given Connie a better fight tonight! Cowboy is washed up... I don't think he can even finish Amanda Nunes. He needs to retire asap!
     
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    Conor also did a nice job pushing off of cowboy. He kinda used his chest to get separation.
     
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    Christ on a stick, NO, he ducked a strike and got...hahah, sorry, hurt by shoulder strikes.


    ..my god
     
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    Yep, that could explain why he was incapable of reacting swiftly to the shoulder bumps.
     

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