Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by gangbanger, Nov 14, 2020.
both utter trash
chimaev's wins are looking worse and worse by the day
I thought my blotters were hitting right meow. Be careful out there, bubba.
I don't want to go near Fighter Bashing territory but I'm REALLY struggling to see where he's good at?
He's supposed to be a Striker but in the first round he just kept throwing out Overhands.
McKee isn't even that bad, hope he wins tonight
Yes, as far as UFC fighters go they are cans at this level. I can't tell which one is worse or what either was supposed to be good at. Toughness?
The way Chimaev beat them and Maerchaerts was very impressive.
Yep, both pretty much got dominated in their next fight. Khamzat’s best win is Meerschaert who is a middle of the road journeyman. I’m still at “wait and see” with Khamzat because of his mediocre competition. Will be hard to deny him if he runs through Edwards though.
NGL they arent aging well but with Chimaev I think more it's the way he did it than just winning over them. Also he still has that one punch KO win in 17 secs a weight class up.
All three will be cut within a year
Did anyone think they were great wins to begin with?
True, but he destroyed them both, its not like those fights were competitive, he was supposed to crush them and that is exactly what he did. We still don't know much about him.
Mckee loves to eat punches, he has all the physical gifts but cant seem to put it together.
Khamzat clearly has high level potential and may already be there but in terms of talking about him as a contender, he has proven absolutely nothing. Meerschaert in the right matchup has a decent ground game, but he choked and stood there waiting to get knocked out. We know that Khamzat will keep his composure and fight to the best of his ability under the bright lights, but we don't know anything about how his skills will hold up against anyone at a reasonably high level who will do the same.
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