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How can the man who got outstruck by Khabib, possibly beat Conor McGregor on the feet????

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  1. onesongchai Banned Banned

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    why do ppl think this is possible that the man who got outstruck almost DOUBLE by Khabib, is gonna have any chance against Conor, the GOAT striker on the feet????

    I dont see RDA lasting more than 2 minutes before he is knocked out with his head taken clean off by the King.


    (and fyi, this fight was just months before he won the belt)

    Khabib Nurmagomedov vs Rafael dos Anjos

    Striking:
    - Khabib (97 significant strikes) | Rafael (56 significant strikes)

    Ground and Pound:
    - Khabib (21 significant strikes) | Rafael (1 significant strike)

     
  2. TheCryingElite Fiercest Poster since the taut one Dufresne used.

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    Grappling.
     
  3. SlicerDM Peace is a lie, there is only passion Double Yellow Card

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    Another insecure Conor fan.

    Give the men their dues, they're both dangerous and that is reality. What you're spewing is fantasy.
     
  4. Arm Barbarian Titanium Belt Platinum Member

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    Oh look THIS thread again...


    You're right... Conor totally presents the threat of knee taps, low singles, ankle picks, etc. among the plethora of complex Takedowns in his arsenal.



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  6. fortheo Steel Belt

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    "Styles make fights. Khabib would beat Conor.Conor doesn't possess the TD threat"

    I imagine that to be what this thread will turn into.
     
  7. CountOfSoCal Black Belt

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    TS is more idiotic than the fools on social media comparing RDA's striking in the G-Sot fight to his current skill level.
     
  8. onesongchai Banned Banned

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    He also got outgrappled by Khabib genius
     
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  10. ditchbankbandit Zia for life, Apache forever

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    I'm not even sure I should say it as the above posters so eloquently put it. No takedowns, that's why this fight is gonna be a long, long night for Conor. He has nothing to offer on the ground so he is going to get out struck by a guy who got outstruck by Khabib.
     
  11. lefthighkick01 Brown Belt

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    Because RDAs striking will stay the same his whole career and he won't ever improve :rolleyes:
     
  12. I WILL CUT YOU Calamity from the Heavens Platinum Member

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    The same way RDA was able to outstrike Pettis, or the way Werdum was able to knock Mark Hunt the fuck out.

    Sometimes, TS, effective grappling opens up striking. Chael Sonnen outstruck Anderson Silva at striking range.



    Chael.

    Sonnen.

    Outstruck.

    Anderson.

    Silva.

    At.

    Striking.

    Range.
     
  13. Captain Herb 10000 Likes

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    How can the man who got taken down and layed on by 2 week Chad for two rounds possibly beat Rafael Dos Anjos on the ground?
     
  14. jk7707 Red Belt

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    It's called fearing the guy with the best takedowns in the weight class. How will Conor mimic anything that Khabib does?
     
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    Yeah...that was my point...
     
  16. 3timesacharm Brown Belt

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    i dont know why but i dont see connor winning this fight - i see RDA using his grappling to possibly win a lob sided decision or a late stoppage. I am praying it doesnt happen though, would love to see a duel weight champion!
     
  17. onesongchai Banned Banned

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    The same way Khabib beat him on the ground

    the blueprint is there
     
  18. Moezao Brown Belt

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    For fuck's sake, Conor's fans always fucking preaching.

    Khabib is a great fighter, RDA is a great fighter and Conor is a great fighter. Now let's just see what happens heh?
     
  19. 84raymond White Belt Double Yellow Card

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    Oh man. Conor would put his face Down ass up if he came out like that.
     
  20. BROWNPRIDE Red Belt

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    You are trying to convince yourself that Conor will win.
     

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