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Will going up to 135lbs give Fig his swagger back?

Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by The Chosen, Aug 3, 2021.

  1. The Chosen Red Belt

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    Fig should have won that fight against Moreno by all accords, I really don’t know what was wrong with him because he never pulled the trigger. Healthy Fig is a beast and maybe he can gain traction at BW.

    Thoughts?
     
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  2. TARTARA KURZHAAR

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    Probably,
    125 is too low for him !
     
  3. Rdude92 Brown Belt

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    Guy looks like mighty mouse with a mustache to me
     
  4. Jawth Silver Belt

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    Moreno is the better fighter.
     
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  5. TARTARA KURZHAAR

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    The fighters cut way too much weight,
    they must go one division above !
    For their own health good !
    Then all of them will perform better !
     
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  6. felmmando Red Belt

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    Accords? Are you talking about fixes?
     
  7. SpedDaddyV GOAT

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    Fig is too small for 135

    its over for him

    he is the next Renan Barao

    remember when Barao was the most dominant fighter ever in history for a few months? got obliterated a few times by TJ, so he decided to move up in weight... but he was extremely undersized and pillow hand featherweights were tossing him around
     

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