Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by ehxsur, Nov 1, 2020.
the toughest fighter Conor faced
Well he did make him quit in 2
Nate's entire team is really tough. They throw in the towel when their fighters are sweaty and people just take it the wrong way.
Nate is probably the "toughest". Guy eats shots for breakfast.
Why is this surprising?
Toughest = most durable
You know he wasn't picking Khabib so it makes sense he'd pick the other guy better than him.
Styles make fights and even though Nate is a journeyman this was a bad matchup for him
Duffy made him quit in 38 seconds
Nate was still drunk from Cabo when he strangled Connie
Everyone besides Khabib is a journeyman at 155 - Sherdog.
Nate is not a journeyman
He was fantastic against johnson and conor
Dont forget nate is absolutely huge, like a giant
If im a counter striking power puncher, a guy with a absurd chin and inability to get tired is definitely a scary fighter.
Wouldn’t be against seeing a 3rd scrap.
Nates no journeymen bruh lol..
What a stupid phrase....
Nates gunna come back to the LW division in 2021 and remind y'all who the fuck he is..
All you guys have to say is how he lost to guys fucking 10years ago....
Who cares old news hea improved...
Masvidal fight is basically a wash cuz of the cut...without it that fight goes completely different...
Conor just escaped last time wont happen at 155lbs
Nate can beat the top 5 at 155 currently ...
Feed him chandler first and then any of these guys only Tony stands a chance against Nate...
Diaz coming for the strap, strap season 2021 hes coming
If Conor had refused to move up a weight class (like Khabib) and forced Nate to cut to 155 for that short notice first fight there never would have been a second fight as a half-dead Nate would have collapsed with the first solid punch landed.
Diaz was the "toughest" from the perspective that he weathered Conor's damage in R1, and put it on him in R2 in the first fight.
But from a dominance perspective perspective, Khabib mauled him.
Righfully so, Nate is his thoughest by far. Khabin is his most skilled.
20 wins - 12 looses, never fought for a title because not good enough to make a decent run to the belt, yeah yeah, silly thread, like the fighter you root for.
I never said he was bad, journeyman means good/reliable but not outstanding, what Nate is.
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