Who is Tougher? (Donald or Maycee)

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Who is tougher?

  1. Donald

    33.3%
  2. Maycee

    66.7%
  1. ReadWrite

    ReadWrite Silver Belt Platinum Member

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    It's Not All Over: The Dream Lives On to Become The Youngest Champion in UFC History

    It'll take more than spilt blood, a torn ACL, and a humiliating -1000 loss to stop The Future

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    "The outcome of this fight may not have happened according to plan but my Goal of beating Jon Jones record and being the youngest champion in UFC history stays the same.” --Maycee Barber

    https://www.mmafighting.com/2020/1/...o-become-youngest-champion-after-ufc-246-loss
     
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  2. SKITZADACTYL

    SKITZADACTYL Gold Belt

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    the one who wasn't fighting roxanne and fights people who actually know how to fight.
     
  3. Twixt

    Twixt Yellow Belt

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    Difference is Donald was getting hit with legitimate concussive shots.
     
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    Twixt Yellow Belt

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    with MAN strength behind them
     
  5. ProPROpro

    ProPROpro Green Belt

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    Macyee has a shitload of heart.

    Her corner should have thrown in the towel though to prevent totally unnecessary joint damage
     
  6. 1moretime!

    1moretime! Master Of Forecast

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    Lol,
     
  7. YellowBanenoo

    YellowBanenoo Red Belt

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    1 Shoulder strike from Conor equals 100 straight punches to a face from Rox.
     
  8. yougetKTFO

    yougetKTFO Black Belt

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    Exactly my thoughts, she was losing with both legs, down on the cards (2-0) she needed a finish or at least 10-8 to save face, seemed like unecessary damage.
     
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    Wadtucket Semi-professional hair historian Platinum Member

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  10. 1moretime!

    1moretime! Master Of Forecast

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    Un-necessary, you say?

    Lol sure if that makes you feel better, I feel much better knowing she blew her knee, via Roxy one punch knock down, followed by ground control, following ground and pound, concluded in a victory for the Happy Warrior!
     
  11. ProPROpro

    ProPROpro Green Belt

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    Better to swallow your pride and live to fight another day. ACL injuries are often career-enders.
     
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    Headkicktoleg Steel Belt

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    Cowboy fights men sooooo
     
  13. 1moretime!

    1moretime! Master Of Forecast

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    The women has been exposed she have three bouts in the UFC two won by way of over-size, third fight was a (wrestler.)
    In her fourth match, Barber "The Future" was completely outmatched in all area she was dominated in her; stand up, TD, ground, ECT.

    Maycee "The Future" is just the opposite, "The Past" she doesn't seem to understand this. You as her fan and friend have a duty to tell her the truth.... Maycee "The Past" is NO prodigy, you're giving her false hope by supporting the notion. She is A -- average; if she suffer another beating like she did last night, she is going on the CAN list.
     
  14. ConorFacts

    ConorFacts Yellow Card Yellow Card

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    Maycee is a can
     
  15. ThePunisher

    ThePunisher Forum vigilante

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    That's pretty negligent of them, potentially jeopardizing her future.
     
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  16. Rod Farva

    Rod Farva War Big Nog!

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    I’m going with Maycee.

    also, where was that cut on her head? It must’ve been under her hair because I didn’t see anything
     
  17. linch

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    The difference is that Donald didn't throw a single punch in his fight.
     
  18. Paladin

    Paladin Black Belt

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    Another way to ask this question is.. who hits harder, Conor or Roxy
     
  19. Iron Skin

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    The one who had 50 fights and hold several records in UFC
     
  20. SmilinDesperado

    SmilinDesperado Silver Belt

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    You nerds act like this is some RPG game where the fighters have equal measurable stats.


    Roxy isnt Conor.
     
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