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If Aldo manages to beat Mcgregor, what does it do for his legacy

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  1. 120wrestling Brown Belt

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    GSP has the controversial "win" over Hendricks, Silva has the 2 losses to Weidman, Jones has the controversial Gustaffson fight. Really, if Aldo can find a way to beat Mcgregor decisively...I think he surpasses Fedor, Silva, Jones, and GSP in the P4P best fighters of all time conversation. This Conor Mcgregor fight is the only thing he has left to prove...it's kind of crazy to think he's only 28 years old, i wouldve guessed he was around 34. If Mcgregor wins this fight, he derails possibly the best MMA career of all time.

    Thoughts on how this fight could change either mans career outlook?
     
  2. VictorCosta Brown Belt

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    not much.
     
  3. Fartler Green Belt

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    Everyone is getting honey-dicked by Conor..
     
  4. LouisBolanos Popcorn tastes good

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    It would make him a shit ton of money and elevate his fame significantly. Fighting legacy-wise it won't do much. He is already FW GOAT. Can't get any GOATer than GOAT, UNLESS if major A-list soccer players converted to MMA and he wins against them, but that will never happen.
     
  5. cambo78 Silver Belt

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    Wouldn't do much of anything for his legacy but if it's a ko win it WILL be fucking hilarious [and deeply satisfying]
     
  6. spin Gold Belt

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    It'll be his chael sonnen
     
  7. willthechill Brown Belt

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    He has one of the best resumes in the sport. His legacy is fine. Beating McGregor shouldn't surprise anyone.
     
  8. UJustGotChaeld Steel Belt

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    Aldo fans say Conor is a can, so nothing.
     
  9. A_bomb47 Wha happan to you Sherdog?

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    Not much.
    And I like both fighters without being a huge fan of either.
     
  10. MachidaNo1Fan Red Belt

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    No one will really care about Aldo regardless, his legacy is pretty boring and he won't really be remembered when it comes down to it
     
  11. KhabibTheBeagle Silver Belt

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    I don't think there's anything that could derail Aldo's career. Even if he loses, he'll still be the GOAT 145-er.
     
  12. SuperNerd Off Mode.

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    Make it something to be remembered
     
  13. Andrew06 Brown Belt

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    nothing really. mcgregor is middle of the road, people just love buying into the belief that someone will derail a champion
     
  14. mangokush Black Belt

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    It won't do anything
    Just another day in the office for Aldo

    If Aldo wants to improve his legacy however he should learn some english
     
  15. milliniar Who needs a belt?

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    It means he is the goat of all goats.
     
  16. Evangelion Gold Belt

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    Yea best fw fighter of all time. Wec fw champ, Ufc fw champ, top 3 p4p fighter for 5 years. Some of the best finishes in mma history and best fights as well.

    Yea no legacy at all. Maybe you're talking about Lyoto "should have 0 title defenses" Machida. Should Aldo work harder to get brutally finished multiple times like Machida?
     
  17. r-harper-1 Silver Belt

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    Lmao at boring ....he is one of the most entertaining fighters on the roster
     
  18. JT RIPPER Black Belt

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    It just means he once again beat someone who was supposed to be his "biggest challenge to date"
     
  19. mikenason TOUGH GUY

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    Cements it. Clearly. 10 years undefeated. #1 GOAT. More successful than Fedor, GSP, Anderson, Jones. And no one can argue with that because he cleared out the division.
     
  20. sabretitan Black Belt

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    LMAO at everyone that says it will do nothing for his legacy. If he beats Conor. it will most likely go down as his biggest win ever, and definitely to date.. Whether or not that's accurate as far as his best win skill wise, Conor brings the attention and the cash.
     

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