pgj2015 wrote: »
He had his mother telling everyone he had a cold the time Nate beat him.
Subcomandante Marcos wrote: »
Conor never makes excuses for his bad performances. Just let's us all know he had a cold, or a sore knee, or a damaged foot, or he was fighting an 8 foot tall 275lb monster, but definitely not making excuses.
GiftofGab wrote: »
Am I the only one that thinks he won't fight again?? Or if he does that he won't win again??
His lifestyle caught up with him. Goes out partying too much instead of training
The Nal wrote: »
True or not its a smart move that throws a bit of doubt over the legitimacy of Khabibs win which will stroke the flames for a rematch.
Ush1 wrote: »
Gonad wrote: »
John Kavanagh did Ariels show after the Khabib fight and basically said he didn’t think Conor shoud fight again . Surely if he had a broken foot Kavanagh would have mentioned something
simongurnick wrote: »
Dana (yeah I know) sounding pretty bullish on CNN that Conor will be fighting soon again. Says they are talking everyday.
sonofenoch wrote: »
rusty cole wrote: »
holloway is good with his hands no doubt and his work rate is superb but many people play to his strengths and stand in front of him. talking about on different levels, check out how easily mcgregor at 145 made him look beaten. Though that was a different mcgregor who was unpredictable, didn't gas really and had a bruce lee elastic band type flow from switch kicks into long straight shots down the pipe..holloway could not figure him out and mcgregor did far from stand in range or wait to be hit...shame he fooked himself up really, mcgregor.
in fact at that time it was his style of getting in and out, coupled with his power that made him fly through the 145'ers...MIDGETS as Diaz called them