Mcgregor: I'm predicting we will see a more patient and measured Mcgregor in the rematch. I think he'll try to utilize more leg kicks to Nate's lead leg, how effective his leg kicks will be is a different story and will Nate start checking those leg kicks right away. Secondly, I don't think Mcgregor is going to lead, I think he'll lead in moments, but I think his main tactic will be to counterstrike and try to catch Nate coming in. Only pushing the pace if he gets momentum going or if he thinks if he has Nate compromised at any point. Obviously this is all to conserve his gas tank and last the marathon. However, I'm very curious to see if Mcgregor can be disciplined enough to stick to his game plan, it's not in his nature to sit back, he's usually the one dictating the pace and the intensity of the fight. I don't think sitting back and conserving his gas tank is the best strategy for him to win. Nate: I think Nate will do what he's always done, keeping busy with his boxing and make Mcgregor work at a fast pace, biding his time for his volume punching to start accumulating damage and that pace to start wearing down Mcgregor. I believe Nate will implement more fence work this time, as he's proven he's better in the clinch, he's going to push Mcgregor up against the fence and lean on him, and batter him with short punches and knees to further drain his tank. Once Nate sees him start to slow down, that's when he's going to put the pedal to metal and open up a can of whup ass on him. I see stoppage by KO/TKO or Submission in the 4th or 5th round, Mcgregor will be game, but Nate's hand will be raised once again. Sherbros, how do you see the fight going down?