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Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by Geo_Mac, Dec 18, 2016.

  1. Geo_Mac The Don

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    From his father...

    There has to be no other explanation as to why he's is evolving so slowly. This kid needs to dedicate some serious time if he thinks that he's going to be able to hang in the top of the division.

    Not saying that there hasn't been any improvements, but he needs some serious grappling training and sub defence.

    Which camp do you think he should invest some time in to bring his weaker skills to the next level? He's already been to Tristar. I honestly think he could make good improvement at Xtreme Couture with Randy or Cesar Gracie...if the Diaz brothers wouldn't shred him apart.
     
  2. Irishwhiskey119 Banned Banned

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    He was 19 and in the UFC. Shut up.
     
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    He is an engineering major at Texas A&M. A 20 year old college student certainly has a life outside of fighting. with that said, I think the UFC was mistaken in signing him and investing in him to be the next biggest thing.
     
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    Sage is a point fighter
     
  6. Geo_Mac The Don

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    Thanks for your insightful input...I had no idea.
    My point being that given his skill set he probably won't be there long if there's no improvement.
     
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