Diaz beat Conor easier than Khabib did, but Diaz...

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  1. ReyesWon Orange Belt

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    Rematched him and lost.

    Why is it so crazy to suggest a rematch should've been immediate? Or at least by now?

    Conor proved after Diaz beating him, he could bounce back and redeem himself.

    It's illogical to immediately dismiss that a rematch should've happened after Diaz handled Conor quicker than Khabib did.

    It's possible Conor could beat Khabib.
     
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  2. dragonsfly ----------------------------

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    Except Conor lost the Diaz rematch
     
  3. Bad Karate Purple Belt

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    Lol no he didn't. Nate ate some hard ass shots before Conor broke
     
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  4. ReyesWon Orange Belt

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    No, he didn't.

    He easily won three rounds and possibly four.

    Knocked him flat on his ass numerous times.
     
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    Nate 2-0.

    Run or die.

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    He was the one who almost got finished of the two and he was just running the entire fight
     
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  7. ReyesWon Orange Belt

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    Diaz took Conor out far quicker.

    It was an easier win.
     
  8. MMA fan93 Blue Belt

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    Conor was DOMINATING Diaz before he gassed and lost. Khabib was dominating McGregor throughout.
     
  9. Grapplefest Black Belt

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    Lol no he didn't. Khabib dominated the Conor fight, not one second did it look like he was going to lose and even knocked him down and got a 10-8 round. McGregor looked like the clearly superior fighter to Diaz before he gassed.

    The only offense that McGregor had against Khabib that bothered him were his 20 fouls.
     
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  10. TheMessiah Yellow Card Yellow Card

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    Conor took the fight on short notice and was winning until he gassed. Conor and Khabib both had great camps and in the end Khabib won fair and square
     
  11. Paolo Delutis Red Belt

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    If anything we should be seeing fifht 3 between them at 155lbs now to begin nates run at the 155 title...with Khabib gone no1s stopping him especially not conor who just escaped last time



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  12. BooBoyMan Black Belt

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    That isn't how it works lol. You can have a one round war that you eventually win, that does not mean the fight was easier for you compared to someone who dominated for 3 rounds.

    Gaethje beat Johnson in 2 rounds! He beat him easier than Khabib did!
     
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    some serious cases of MacGregor derangement syndrome up in here.
     
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    Dumbass
     
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  15. ReyesWon Orange Belt

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    Conor won round 3.

    And lasted longer.

    Diaz had the better win against Conor.
     
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    Conor pieced Nate up then gassed. Lost the rematch because Conor didn’t panic and got a second wind and won the 4th. Simple.

    It’s been over 2 years since that fight, McGregor is bigger, stronger and could of improved greatly. Set the rematch up, Khabib is toast.
     
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  17. jojoRed Aint no stress on me, Lord.

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    Look at how exhausted Diaz is aswell. {<jordan}
     
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  18. richardjohnson Purple Belt

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    Conor vs Nate 1 was far more competitive than Khabib vs Conor ever was
     
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  19. ReyesWon Orange Belt

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    Conor was drinking heavily leading up to Khabib fight.

    Khabib walks 20+ pounds heavier than Conor, so that's a huge advantage.

    However, hungry and sober Conor may have a chance to overcome fighting a much heavier man as he did with Diaz in the second fight.
     
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    khabib mauled conor and he didnt even looked like he been in a fight. nate face looked like he been in a fight.
     
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