Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by RoyJonesJr, Jan 11, 2015.
A)Anderson Silva Ko's Nick Diaz
B)Mcgoat snipes Dennis Siver
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Yea why can't we add polls? More positive about B
Anderson IS coming off a leg break
A is more likely. We are comparing a guy most people once called the BEST vs a guy tailor made for him to a fight between a fighter who is for all intents and purposes unproven vs a guy who's been in the game for a
While and is a dangerous man.
A, but nothing is 100% certain
B by a landslide.
Nick is a better boxer, has better BJJ, and trains with better kick-boxers and sometimes trains with Andre Ward. He has avenues to win. An Anderson KO is far from a guarantee. I wouldn't be surprised if Nick beat him. Anderson's offensive boxing is overrated.
Connor has been sniping legit dudes and is surely only improving.
Mgregor for sure. AS can lose i think. So the answer is B. I think Diaz can pull off an upset the Mcgregor / Siver fight is an easy gimme fight for Gregor.
B) Cause war Diaz.
I don't like Conor and that is even more of a squash match.
Conor is the safest bet of all time
B, tho both are likely...
B) McGregor is stylistically a nightmare for Siver, Anderson is coming off of one of the worst injurys we have ever seen in the UFC. At the age of thirty nine Nick does have a chance in my opinion.
B, although I expect Anderson to finish Nick as well.
Silva is already legend
Mcgregor is Story in progress that could be cut short ay any time like many before him.
Def B, Nick has a solid chin.
I say B. A lot of questions around an aging Silva who seems to be declining and coming off a serious injury. McGreGOAT seems to be the safe bet and easy money right now.
B only because Andersons chin might be shot. Even though Silva could beat Diaz with footwork alone, he slowed down which means he's going to get hit more.
McGregor/Siver no doubt.
Diaz has a legit chance imo, Silva's first fight after a devastating injury and he is going up against an extremely tough slugger in Diaz. Not to mention Diaz has been known to go for Td's when in trouble on the feet, and if the fight hits the mat it could be a great BJJ showcase.
Only way Siver takes out McGregor is if he somehow grinds him out on the ground for 5 rounds, very unlikely.
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