Jordan Burroughs Offers to Train Conor

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  1. Pierced7681

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    Exactly. He needs the cardio to fight for points and learn how to get up off his back.

    He’s not stopping the takedown, he needs to learn to get back up and have the cardio to go five hard rounds like Al did.
     
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    I feel like askren would be a better training partner no bs
     
  3. PeacePipe

    PeacePipe Life is short , be nice to eachother :)

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    I'm not wrong, he caught him with that overhand right because of the threat of the takedown. I truly believe Khabib trains to go 10 min blocks with round 3 as his easy round. Watch his last few fights and tell me i'm wrong
     
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    Benoitthegr8 Bum Life Practitioner Platinum Member

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  5. Black Mamba

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    He doesn't need to bridge the gap, he needs to be able to keep it standing a few mins longer throughout the fight by stuffing more TDs and also getting of his back if taken down. No one is saying Conor will out grapple Khabib but he can improve his TDD from the last fight which will make the overall fight way more competitive
     
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    Why do people keep saying Conor did well in round 3? It was a smoke break for Khabib. He did nothing but gas up for the fourth and Conor still couldn’t mount any significant offense. Props for not quitting (yet) but that was hardly what most would consider a “good round.” I guess in comparison to the other 3 maybe lol
     

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