Rewatching the fight several times, I did notice that McGregor was having some success attacking Nates lead leg with kicks. He thwarted Nates rhythm temporarily and had him off balance a couple of times with his leg kicks. Then he abandoned that for a "mano e mano" trading of hands, and head-hunting routine. I will say this: IF Conor can really focus on a sustained attack on Diaz' lead leg from the onset, and MAINTAIN it, he has a chance at winning this fight. He chops down Nates lead leg, and it takes away nearly ALL of his punching leverage - Even the jab, which was a crucial factor in the first fight. With the lead leg chewed up, Conor will much more easily be able to dart in and out, and pot-shot Nate, without worrying about a hard counter in return. Pay close attention early in the rematch to this. It may determine the outcome of this fight.