Masvidal responds to Canelo

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  1. TheJohnnyWalkerEra

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    Yes it is, idiot
     
  2. Motleysubs

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    O% isn't a reality. Jon jones almost lost to a broken toe, we've seen people knock themselves out, their have been people thrown through the cage. O% doesn't exist in sports odds
     
  3. TheJohnnyWalkerEra

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    Yes it does, Masvidal has a zero percent chance of beating Canelo at boxing
     
  4. Exemplar

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    Yes because there is irrefutable proof that elite boxers—whom have had pillows on their hands since childhood—are also elite bare knuckle fighters. Moreover, the MMA fighter who’s career began in unsanctioned street-fighting would have no chance against the boxer in bare knuckle? What a fk’n joke.
     
  5. Baba Ghanoush

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    What is with MMA fighters always looking so pathetic and insecure with boxers?
     
  6. Motleysubs

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    Okay, name one fight when vegas said 0%. Dont worry I'll wait...
     
  7. TheJohnnyWalkerEra

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    Odds exist outside of Vegas betting lines

    That fight has a zero percent chance of happening because Masvidal has a zero percent chance of winning
     
  8. Motleysubs

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    Nope. There have been way bigger gaps in skill were the lesser won
     
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    Yeah. If it was bare knuckle Masvidal would probably die instead of just being knocked unconscious.
     
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    Hm perhaps a language barrier. It seemed like you were saying boxers being "exposed" by mma fighters is an inevitably.

    Which implies either a merger or more boxers coming to mma in their prime. With the pay being so much lower in mma, I don't think that will happen
     
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    Nobody wins a split draw.....
     
  12. aichokyu

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    What I meant is that boxing as a fighting sport or set of techniques will be exposed as incomplete and inferior to MMA (based on a real fight/survival evaluation criteria) which it is a part of, but only a part.
    as in a good MMA fighter could kill (most of the times) the best boxer in a real fight
    I might be wrong, but I think that in 20/30 years, MMA fighters will earn more than boxers and they will be considered the most badass by the general public, boxing will be a feeder sport to MMA like judo, wrestling or BJJ.
    boxers earn more because MMA is recent and most people don't know an average MMA fighter could beat a world champ boxer in a real fight. I think when the general public realises this, boxing will lose a lot of it's appeal, prestige and earnings.
     
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    Allow elbows and knees in the clinch and this would actually be interesting
     
  14. Khaiser

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    Masvidal gets KO’d in the first in any contest involving punching and only punching, irrespective of gloves or lack thereof.

    Anyone who refers to boxing gloves as ‘pillows’ in a serious manner has never set foot in the ring or a cage for that matter.
     
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    If you can’t see that Floyd carried Conor then you simply don’t know what you were watching.

    It isn’t a question of wether he could one punch KO McGregor or not, but it was plain to see he could’ve picked up the pace at any stage and gotten Conor out of there shorty after doing so.

    If you’ve ever sparred at a decent level you’ve no doubt come up against guys who are just so far ahead of you that they can literally do what they like in the ring, or in the cage, or on the mats.

    Like a high level black belt rolling with a blue belt. He can keep it going for as long as he really wants to without breaking a sweat, he can try new things and literally do why he likes when he likes - and that includes end the fight for the blue belt. Just because he chooses to dick around and let the roll continue until he gets bored doesn’t mean that he couldn’t have simply stepped up the pace at any stage and closed the show.
     
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    I'm tired of MMA fighters calling out boxers for boxing matches.

    At this point, anyone who has an actual brain between their ears as opposed to dog shit knows that mixed martial artists are superior to every other combat sport athlete and would murk them in a fight. What MMA fighters should be doing, is mocking and ridiculing all the other combat sports athletes, calling them weak bitches etc., and challenge them to actually put their skills to the test inside a real fight.

    Canelo wouldn't last one round against any professional MMA fighter of his weight, tbh he wouldn't be able to beat Henry Cejudo in a fight, he wouldn't even last 3 minutes. Canelo straight up can't fight full stop, why is Masvidal giving him attention when Masvidal is objectively superior to him?
     
  17. Khaiser

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    “Real fight” lol
     
  18. Regal Boy

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    Yes, a real fight, insofar as a 1v1 no weapons fight can be sanctioned. Vale Tudo/MMA is a real fight and is a proper simulation of a fight to the death, the only people who deny this are stupid fucking retards who want to pretend that MMA fighters aren't the greatest martial artists on the planet. There is effectively no difference between what happens in an MMA fight, and any other 1v1 no weapons fight that happens in "the streeeetz".

    Additions of things like eye gouges or biting and such would only make the mixed martial artists even more dominant than they already are, and overall they do not actually change the dynamics of a 1v1 no weapons fight as drastically as the untrained try to pretend that they do.
     
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    Canelo needs to man up and actually beat GGG fair and square instead of worrying about dudes in another sport.
     
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    Whats with the weird hashtags? Couldnt shoot a decent 38 seconds video in one take? LOL.
     

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