Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by MMA Crazy TV, Jun 12, 2019.
He's also ducking 265
Also avoid getting busted by teh USADAs. Jones, Anderson, Dillly ...all these guys’ legacies are forever swirling in the toilet bowl.
isn't he suspended? why are people jocking him for not sounding motivated lmao. he can't even fight
Realistically that is a 3 piece combo with a soda that would make Khabib a GOAT.. And all good fights too the fans want to see.
He didn’t call out Bobby Knuckles? Ducking 85
Don't care about the P4P GOAT debate, but those are all great fights and winning them would make him the undeniable LW GOAT.
And I just need to make this post to become the most handsome man on the planet.
It’s such a waste of 6 months in the most important UFC division
I agree. Maybe not "the GOAT" but certainly the LW GOAT. Those are 3 hard fights in a row too.
I hope Dustin ko’s him. All 3 he listed can beat him.
Yeah, but Dustin's an active champion at the weight class, with the other belt, so he has to eliminate him from the picture.
Lol so everyone he beat are gate keepers. But Conor was just un motivated?
You flash in the pan fans are delusional...
I agree about Dustin and Tony. GSP would be 40 years old by the time that fight happened, and has never cut to LW. That win for Khabib would be ridiculously overrated. WHEN you fight someone in their career arc matters a lot.
I would honestly say though that if Khabib beats Dustin and Tony, he doesn't even need another win to at least have a reasonable claim at p4p best. Obviously there are other factors (namely what the other guys at or near the top of the list do). To be honest, the same goes for Tony or Dustin imo. If any of the 3 get wins over the other two within the next 12 months they should be in the conversation for p4p top spot.
Barely? Shut up dummy
He'd need to go up in weight and beat Usman, or at least Askren.
All P2P fighters go up.
Half of his career was at 170
He’s bros with Usman.
Same management and also Muslim brotherhood.
It's a completely made up belt.
He won the 'belt' by fighting someone who has literally never once participated in the lightweight division. It was a cool 'super fight' of sorts but it wasn't anything related to the lightweight division.
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