If Conor is smart he should not take the Khabib rematch

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  1. JAL Green Belt

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    I am pretty sure everyone in his camp knows he cant beat Khabib and after the Cowboy fight he already got the casuals support and if he runs through Dustin the casual will be on his dick 100% and will make excuses for him like he wasnt 100% during the Khabib fight... people will forgot about his embarrassing loss to Khabib.

    he has a chance to become a champ defend once and retire or fight Pacman and retire
     
  2. surgeyou1 Welcome to the Machida Era...Part Deux

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    He absolutely should and would. He would make more money in that fight then he would in 2+ others.
     
  3. biscuitsbrah Red Belt

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    Better than fighting pacman Jesus. I get it would be a dream fight, but so would getting revenge on khabib.

    This is from Conor’s perspective of course, we know he has no chance against pacquiao and would be a huge dog against khabib
     
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  4. DestinedAussie Blue Belt

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    Conor has shown he doesn't mind losing if he gets paid lots of $$$$$.
     
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  5. Terrorist Orange Belt

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    Condor doesn't need money. If he takes the fight and loses he's not coming back from it.
     
  6. Handsome Bruce Peace Activist

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    I would lose at many things for lots of money.
     
  7. 15089371 Blue Belt

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    He is the moneyman but people forget he still is a fighter in his core, that's why he does take fights that don't favour him to win. He'll risk it, but only against the best.
     
  8. Metallicalabran Don't be scared homie!

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    That's something Khabib would do (retire to avoid challenges and bigger guys because of fear to lose)

    That's not something Conor will do, he wants Khabib rematch, and if he loses, it is what it is (and if he wins the rematch, that would be no the first time he did something everyone thought was impossible)
     
  9. Dana's Moonface Silver Belt

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    He has a bunch of yes men in his camp who massage his ego

    He will believe he can beat khabib until he's in the locker room and the nerves hit again

    Khabib has conors number

    If khabib doesn't fight conor? he is supposedly afraid

    If he does fight (destroy) him again, then everyone will accuse him of being a money grabber picking easy fights
     
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  10. chance mccoy Blue Belt

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    With the rate he spends, he most definitely needs money. You folks don’t understand how much money he blows. Fighting once a year and being the face of a shit liquor brand doesn’t cover his expenses
     
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  11. CannotWin Brown Belt

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    Lol yeah I too hate when a fighter is confident and isnt afraid of rematches to try and get that L back.

    This is a sport full of competitors that do not give a shit about how deeply your manhood is attached to another mans MMA record.

    Grow the fuck up.
     
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  12. Terrorist Orange Belt

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    He gets a shit tonne of passive income through ads, endorsement, sponsorships
     
  13. chance mccoy Blue Belt

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    I don’t see him in any ads
    I don’t see him endorsing anything but proper 12
    What sponsorships? Proper 12?
     
  14. Terrorist Orange Belt

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    True its over for him
     
  15. surgeyou1 Welcome to the Machida Era...Part Deux

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    How much money does he blow? Please enlighten us simple folks.

     
  16. The Witcher відродитися

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    If one post summarises an orange belt more than this, I would be shocked
     
  17. chance mccoy Blue Belt

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    I’ve been here since 2004

    ~fozzy sucks
     
  18. Mangar Black Belt

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    Why, it's an easy win for Conor at this point. Khabib knows it too , thats why he retired.
     
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  19. The UFC Brander Collector Purple Belt

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    Khabib is not coming back.
    Why is this even a question?
     
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  20. MCS Show mercy to those sheep

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    Yeah, but I'm more on the side of trying to be the best even when failing rather than skipping that for the perception. If you lose, you lose, but at least you've tried. Artificial glory doesn't matter. I believe Conor wants to be the best.
     

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