If you look more In depth at the GOAT contenders records, I feel like the amount of Greys (nobodies who barely fought) they faced is important to take note on seeing as how people like to use records in GOAT talks. For example, GSP, the most widely considered GOAT, fought 1 grey early in his career. The rest of the names are easily recognizable and highly ranked. Fedor, considered here by most to be the #2 GOAT, has 2 greys on his record. Fedor again has very recognizable names On his record but clearly to a lesser degree of GSP. He also went out badly. Bones was thrown into the competition fire at an early age but still has 6 greys on his record before beating The Who’s who of mostly fading talent. Also a known juicer, like his brothers but his record looks good on paper still. We have Anderson at #4, another long career of fighting mid to top tier named guys but still only a respectable 6 grey names on his record. Juice head as well, and went out like a chump, still # 4 to most people though for his dominance pre-USADA. Then there’s Khabib, I guess Some people are putting him top 5 now? I just don’t see it, more than half his record is Grey names of people nobodies ever heard of then the rest of his record is more comparable to someone like Chris Weidmans (before the losing streak and without beating a GOAT) except Weidman fought (and mostly lost) to way tougher guys. When more than 50% of your record is nobodies, and the rest consists of only 4 top 5, how can that be respected much? It’s like he retired as soon as he reached top competition. He wouldn’t even rematch his best fight. How the hell can khabib fans even think about shitting on Conor when he was Khabibs best win? Not to mention, that was Coke Conor coming off a boxing match that made him filthy rich. Khabib = way overrated, imo. Even as an undefeated fighter, his success and popularity came from beating Poirier, Gaethje and McG. That’s nothing, he arguably lost to Tibau, Michael Johnson nearly KO’d him.. dude has it coming and dipped out while on top. Can’t say I blame him.