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  1. MescalineDreams

    MescalineDreams Gold Belt

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    Tony vs Max = winner of which faces the winner of Cowboy vs Conor

    Obvious trajectory set by the UFC.

    So, who you have In Conor vs the winner of Tony vs Max?
     
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    Francis_Ngannou Banned Banned

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    He should just straight up be fighting Tony now, of course the UFC would never want that even though Tony is still calling Conor out.

     
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    Full camp mendes White Belt

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    Tony shouldn't be fighting at all until his match with Khabib
     
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    Deadwing88 Purple Belt

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    Screw that. Max vs Tony, winner fights Khabib in November..
     
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    lol at looking past Cowboy he'll tap Conor out faster than Khabeeeb did
     
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    Colin McGregory will lose to anyone in the top 5.
     
  7. MescalineDreams

    MescalineDreams Gold Belt

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    lol, how exactly? Is Cowboy suddenly a superior wrestler and grappler to khabib?
     
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    BEATDOWNS Silver Belt

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    Yes
     
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    Oooxente Black Belt

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    No but he is definitely a better grappler then Connie.
     
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    MescalineDreams Gold Belt

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    <mma4>
     
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    No wonder Dustin is crying
     
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    Conor's been a part-timer since he got that Floyd money

    No way he should be fighting hungry elites like Max or El Cucuy
     
  13. MescalineDreams

    MescalineDreams Gold Belt

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    Perhaps

    but thus far, in recent memory, only Nate Diaz and Khabib were able to submit Conor..both levels above Cowboy and also after wearing him out(or in the case of Nate, wearing himself out)

    As far as I know, only non grapplers believe conor can't gapple. Those who know acknowledge that he has quite good defence

    he's a reasonable brown belt.

    All that said, considering many believe Conor's jiu jitsu to be nonexistent..their ability to produce proper analysis is nonexistent.
     
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    BEATDOWNS Silver Belt

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    So far on suredawg we have:

    Colin
    Connie
    Conrad
    Canner

    am i missing any?
     
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    MescalineDreams Gold Belt

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    therein lies the question

    nobody really knows where Conor stands at the moment.

    He might be done, on his last legs. Or maybe he did find his confidence again. The next fight will be telling.
     
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    MescalineDreams Gold Belt

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    lol i like Colin
     
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    BEATDOWNS Silver Belt

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    always the bridesmaid and never the bride
     
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    Oooxente Black Belt

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    I did Judo most of my life.
    Grappled plenty with BJJ guys with and without a GI.

    Conor is not a brown belt level by any means UNLESS you are talking about “MMA BJJ” brown level where you get a belt because you win a fight.
     
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    Daniel_LaRusso Blue Belt

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    Conman
     
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  20. MescalineDreams

    MescalineDreams Gold Belt

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    Trained jiu jitsu for 10 years myself.

    Yes, Conor Is around Brown belt level. That would be absolutely fair. Not to mention he actually holds the rank, even prior to training with a Marcelo Garcia Black belt for 4 years. Not that I even expect you to know who that Is, given the level of retardation I've seen you post In the past.

    You believe Conor can't even grapple, how can you possibly expect anyone to take anything you say seriously?

    I've watched his positioning. I've watched his escapes, I've watched his defense, his general flow. It's an appropriate rank and I believe many within the jiu jitsu community would agree. Including myself.

    Training Judo doesn't mean you understand my man, particularly In this context. In fact, It's more likely to make you think you know more than you do.

    Train some BJJ for a year or two, acknowledge you know nothing then come back to me.

    Let me set this straight by the way, It's not that I'm trying to defend Conor. But rather, POOR jiu jitsu analysis from obviously biased individuals.
     
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