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Lmao Mcregor is not some TDD expert. Its either Aldo 2.0 or he losses

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  1. Theproof Brown Belt

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    He will get taken down and embarressed. From there, he will wilt away just like Barboza.

    Why are people acting as if Conor is so hard to takedown? He's tough to takedown when he has a huge size advantage. Same reason Jones was hard to takedown for DC. Khabib is not smaller than Conor. This isnt Eddie Alverez. Khabib has taken down every opponent he has faced, Conor will be no different. Yeah, Conor only needs to stuff one or two takedowns so he can work his boxing, thats true but he wont. Once he feels the grip of Khabib which will be like nothing else he's ever experienced, it will be over.

    The fight will start with Khabib coming right at Conor once the bell rings, not giving Conor time to even breath or think about what to do. Theres not gonna be any feeling out process, thats what got Alverez in trouble. Khabib will simply close the distance by going in low enough to avoid Conors punches, where he can then grab ahold of Conors leg. It doesnt need to be complicated.

    From there its pretty much over. People, all Khabib has to do is get ahold of Conor. That task will not be as hard as people think, especially because Khabib isnt smaller like most of Conors apponents. He might have a shorter reach but the height is there so he wont be looking up.

    Huge Conor fan, i just dont see how he doesnt get destryoed in this fight.
     
  2. AimedWithV Wound in the Force

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    Huge Conor fan. Uh huh. Sure
     
  3. Brock-B-level-Athlete Banned Banned

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    you need good hands vs kebab.

    kebab is ded
     
  4. SuperNerd Off Season Mode.

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    Arm, clean off.
     
  5. King Crab Green Belt

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    Conor has laser precision with his left. If you think Khabib just charges and gets away with it your just dumb. Habib is getting sniped and going to sleep...watch.
     
  6. Theproof Brown Belt

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    No you watch. Khabib wont be hit once standing in the fight with a left.
     
  7. leatherf4ce Brown Belt

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    Khalabib better work on trips while Conor's moving around in the first. If he stands and trades with Conor, it'll be a dumb move. Running in with his arms open for the takedown will allow Conor to land hooks as Nurg is moving in. Everyone already knows that Khalabib has to get the takedown, cocksuckuhs.
     
  8. kalabula Red Belt

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    I think the vast majority of people will agree with you. Connors chance of winning hinges entirely upon him catching Khabib on the way in for the short time that they're both standing. Unlikely, IMO, but not impossible.
     
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  10. jojoRed Aint no stress on me, Lord.

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    Bullshit, just saying this to give credence to your opinion.
     
  11. I WILL CUT YOU Calamity from the Heavens Platinum Member

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    There is no MMA crystal ball.
     
  12. Theproof Brown Belt

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    I love the guy. His tears when he losses are delicious.
     
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  13. flowoftruth Brown Belt

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    [​IMG]

    #WeWillSee
     
  14. Theproof Brown Belt

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    How the fuck is Conor gonna stip that? Tbis gif has Conor fans shaking.
     
  15. MayhemMonkey Is it just me, or is it getting crazier out there?

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    really bugs me when people feel the need to say this....... no, you're not!
     
  16. grimballer Gold Belt

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    How dare you disrespect barboza like that?

    The guy hang in there with both lee n khabib N never quit

    Conor will give his back n tap as soon as khabib gets hold of him
     
  17. Theproof is one dumb fuck.
     
  18. Rondas Pillow Black Belt

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    Mendes is much smaller and took him down easily.
     
  19. SoberAwakening Black Belt

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    People are missing the biggest piece of this puzzle. In the Aldo and Alvarez fight, Conor had months to play psychological head games in interviews and in person. I think that plays a significant role in McGregor fights. He didn't get that luxury with the first Nate fight, and he doesn't get that luxury with this fight either.
     
  20. Rikishii Green Belt

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    Your are NOT, I repeat, NOT good at analyzing fights. Stop.
     

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