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  1. CashMoney1991 Orange Belt

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    Is it confirmed after Conor wins that he'll Robbie at 200 or fight RDA at 200?
     
  2. Gunny Gold Belt

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    Probably Robbie. I'm guessing that's why Conor asked this to be at 70 once Nate said he couldn't make 55
     
  3. Chitaouri Double Yellow Card Double Yellow Card

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    nothing what happens after that fight is confirmed yet. also who cares?
     
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    I wonder what Conor is walking around at....?
     
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    I hope so. That way Robbie knocks his head off into the 3rd row.
     
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    Confirmed three fiddy.
     
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    Robbie vs. Connor at 200 would be EPIC. I think it makes sense win or lose on this fight.
     
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    If he wins they make the Lawler fight.

    The problem is how the hell is a guy who already looks like he's on death's doorstep when he makes his cut to 145 gonna defend that strap if he puts on more weight without seriously compromising himself. Lightweight wasn't a big deal because Conor was a big Featherweight and it's just ten pounds, it's 25 going up to Welterweight and he'd get rag dolled against former MW's like Lombard and Maia and guys like Woodley and Rory.
     

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