Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by Dessyboy, Jul 31, 2016.
Yes, most draws stop being draws once they lose too much. Very perceptive.
I get that the man hasnt defended the belt yet but...connor is still 145 champ. Top 3 biggest draw
I agree with the gist of what you're saying, but this part here is crazy. Her drawing power was one of her main traits. The fact that she was a household name among even non UFC fans. You said "even," as if Rousey drawing is somehow out of the question. I hate her, but she was a draw. I wish her luck in her next career.
I agree, I normally go for a piss for Conor's fights. All the knockouts, backing up the trash talk, breaking records, how does anyone enjoy that nonsense?
Wouldn't surprise me if he gets put on FS2 cards down the road. Just like they had AS on fight pass or whatever that was when he fought Bisping.
Then you can hear Goldie and Joe
Goldie- "Man, the era of Conor was fun ay partner?"
Joe" It certainly was. Too much, too soon, but he can do special things" (you know, typical rogan nonsense).
It's the nature of the sport. You can't always get what you want. It's a double edged sword because people watch due to the unpredictability but the promotion can't control the outcome.
Other than Conor Joanna could probably do 400K Bisping in UK. But yeah new owners probably have some buyer remorse at this juncture.
Jesus, that's a pretty pathetic, petty little fantasy you're jacking off to.
Yes, you are very special because you're going against the grain.
You don't really believe this will happen do you?
Surely, you're not this simple? You are 100% wrong.
He'll be a draw for the rest of his career wether you like it or not hipster
It's going to happen. Soon as Conor loses to Diaz for a second time, the pressure will grow.
How will he be a draw if he continues to lose?
Some ppl want to see him win and some ppl want to see him lose.
That's the way it always goes.
Did Chuck stop being a draw when he started taking losses?
Not One of the Current UFC champions can Draw on their own !
why should anyone answer if you are just going to say to exclude everyone that proves you wrong?
I do agree that he'll probably lose to Diaz. Conor thrives under pressure though.
Also, that would still be two more colossal PPVs.
You are very dumb.
Bisping is a big draw as well.
He ran through the featherweight division and knocked out the never-knocked-out champ. Give him some credit damn it.
Same applies to all the big draws. You keep losing you're not going to generate the same amount of buzz. It's normal.
Chuck never went out proclaiming he was the best ever. People liked Chuck because win or lose, there would be a knockout. He didn't have to promote a fight like Conor does.
Conor's entire shtick is that he is so great and will do this and that. People will see right through that. How can you call yourself a great when you continue to lose?
Like I said, the same way the UFC put AS on a fight pass event, they would do the same to Conor.
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