Nick Diaz & Conor McGregor

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  1. TheNorseMen

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    Conor has nothing.for.nick, he can take conors back in a second.
    Watch his past fight he took condits back at the end like it was easy.
     
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    He took Condit's back and did nothing in 1% of the fight.

    Condit evaded Nick's strikes and landed at will the other 99%.
     
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    You deserve another yellow card for that comment
     
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    Next year, one can only hope. I think nick would have a slight edge over conor, plus lots of red panties in the diaz household. Theyl be multi millionaires many times over especially with the build up Nick vs Conor can get.
     
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    He took condits back at the very end of the fight just to prove a point, condit ran the whole time, conor wouldn't fight like that.
    You dont deserve anything
     
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    I deserve your hespect
     
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    Nick should have proved his point by winning the fight.
     
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    The guy in your AV would take both of them.
     
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    Condi would slay conor so all this talk means nothing, the fact condit ran away from diaz, proves that conor would either run, or stand and trade and get kod via paul daley...
    Keep trying.
     
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    LouisBolanos Popcorn tastes good

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    Lol savage.
     
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    You may want to call 911, I think you might be having a stroke. Do smell burning toast right now?
     
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    Not for anything BUT, don't the Diaz brothers train under Cesar Gracie?.....Never seen Cesar in MMA fight but is he known for his hands? Both Diaz's rarely use their BJJ!
    I assume they have boxing coach in addition to Cesar.
     
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    I smell ADD, or someone who has no argument, stay on topic bud.
    Writing something on a internet forum doesn't make you a savage bud.
     
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    The only point Nick proved is that his offense was incapable

    Conor wouldn't have to evade Nick's striking as much. He'd probably hurt Nick from bell to bell.

    Would be a great fight
     
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    He should have finished the armlock but instead he chose to coast. If Condit really ran the whole time, that's even more embarrassing for Nick, because Carlos still managed to outstrike him for 4 rounds.
     
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    Seriously I think you should alert someone at the public library you are posting from. If it's not a stroke a smack overdose then?


    Edit: What kind of argument are you looking for? Your incoherent ramblings about conor are just that. If Nick took Condits back with ease to prove a point. A better point would have been to beat Condit.
     
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    IT'S SAVAGE TO ME GODDAMNIT!
     
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    Oh you're right i mean nick diaz clearly couldnt handle paul daleys left hand, and paul daleys totally not a better striker than conor whos also bigger, conor would hurt nick bad cause im a nuthugger.
    Pssh anderson silva? Conors way better..
    You're lack of knowledge shows through.
     
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    Cesar fought Frank Shamrock...did not go well for him.
     

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