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01-02-2017 11:02 AM
Rik Wolland
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Originally Posted by cmchelsea View Post
She doesn't like facing strikers. First Holm and now Nunes. She can't take punches very well. She was like a deer in the headlights as soon as she took the first punch.

I doubt we'll see Ronda in the octagon again TBH.
Ye she looked totally out her depth. Glass jaw and just walking into those punches.
01-02-2017 12:26 AM
cmchelsea
Re: The MMA thread - UFC, Pride, Strikeforce etc.

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Originally Posted by Rik Wolland View Post
Clearly not a boxer - she was desperate to get her on the canvas.
She doesn't like facing strikers. First Holm and now Nunes. She can't take punches very well. She was like a deer in the headlights as soon as she took the first punch.

I doubt we'll see Ronda in the octagon again TBH.
01-01-2017 09:16 PM
Rik Wolland
Re: The MMA thread - UFC, Pride, Strikeforce etc.

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Originally Posted by cmchelsea View Post
Here's what some people paid to watch, I'm glad I never.

3 million to get knocked out in 48 seconds.

Clearly not a boxer - she was desperate to get her on the canvas.
12-31-2016 07:50 PM
JMG
Re: The MMA thread - UFC, Pride, Strikeforce etc.

But in MMA at least you get a full card, not just one fight like in boxing.
12-31-2016 07:08 PM
Floki
Re: The MMA thread - UFC, Pride, Strikeforce etc.

Not interested. Never understood people who watch this.
12-31-2016 07:07 PM
cmchelsea
Re: The MMA thread - UFC, Pride, Strikeforce etc.

Here's what some people paid to watch, I'm glad I never.

3 million to get knocked out in 48 seconds.

08-21-2016 08:26 AM
OBJ 13
Re: The MMA thread - UFC, Pride, Strikeforce etc.

One of the greatest fights I've ever seen. I was rooting hard for Conor but man. Nate is freakin beast. That man keeps getting punched hard and comes back like it's nothing. He is total badass. So dangerous. Unreal stamina and toughness. I couldn't help but like him. I felt a bit bad for him for losing but I'm happy for Conor. He deserved to win imo. It was so damn close tho. So close.
08-21-2016 06:49 AM
out_here_grindin
Re: The MMA thread - UFC, Pride, Strikeforce etc.

Fucking epic fight tonight between Diaz and McGregor. There were so many momentum shifts. McGregor showed that he is a 100% better fighter now than he was when he lost to Diaz the 1st time. Tremendous defense to stave off Diaz's takedown attempts despite being dead tired late in the fight.


Round 1: McGregor domination. Came out guns blazing just like the first fight. Was teeing off on Diaz's face again and again. Had 2 knockdowns and then refused to go and grapple with Diaz after Diaz was on the ground. McGregor got some nice shots in but Diaz was never in any real danger of being knocked out here, but it did open several cuts on his face,

Round 2: This was the mesh round. The first 2.5 minutes of it was an extension of round 1, with McGregor going batshit on Diaz's face but the second 2.5 minutes was a prequel of what was to come in round 3 with Diaz starting to batter McGregor. This round really showed the strength of Diaz because there was not a single moment where the momentum turned, not one shit or anything, all of a sudden McGregor seemed a bit slower and Diaz grew in strength. This was the closest round and ultimately the one people were debating afterwards.

Round 3: Diaz mauled McGregor all round. It's honestly a wonder that McGregor survived this round. The fact that he did not succumb despite his tiredness really shows his strength and improvement from the 1st fight. Ultimately for Diaz, not finishing things off here ended up costing him the fight.

Round 4: McGregor caught his 2nd wind and bounced back for a big big round victory here. He started tagging Diaz again with his fists and Diaz was having to wipe away blood from his eyes because his faces so cut up and bloody.

Round 5: Diaz bounced back and regained his composure in this round. However this round was fairly even as both men looked dead tired. McGregor's punches did not have any pop behind them and Diaz's takedown attempts were less and less enthusiastic. Diaz ultimately did get a takedown(after McGregor had a very short takedown of his own on Diaz) with like 10 seconds left, it was the first successful one he had all night and McGregor was somewhat saved by the bell and thus Diaz had the momentum heading into the decision and I thought he had wrapped up the win because of that.

In the end the judges ruled 48-47 McGregor, 47-47 Draw and 48-47 McGregor. Majority decision for the Irishman. Ultimately I think this was the correct decision. McGregor's defense on the day. The fact that Diaz was so unsuccessful on the takedown attempts proved to be the difference I think. Also the 3 early knockdowns from McGregor's fists were big in deciding the outcome. I perennially may have scored this bout a draw based on the dual nature of round 2 but McGregor winning is ok. I did not like Diaz before this fight but I gained much respect for him after this one and McGregor showed why he really is a great fighter.

There's no doubt now that this rivalry will become a trilogy.
04-26-2016 01:30 PM
Gliese581
Re: The MMA thread - UFC, Pride, Strikeforce etc.

mcgregor maybe be talented but he is also a gigantic douche and attention seeking brat
04-20-2016 01:27 PM
cmchelsea
Re: The MMA thread - UFC, Pride, Strikeforce etc.

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None can take this seriously.
I think this is legit sadly. He's been pulled out of his fight with Diaz. such a shame. Dana will be pissed Mcgregor makes the UFC the most money along with Ronda Rousey.

There's rumours that he's heading to the WWE.

Is Conor McGregor heading to WWE? "Retired" UFC star follows Shane McMahon and Triple H on Twitter - Mirror Online
04-20-2016 06:15 AM
OBJ 13
Re: The MMA thread - UFC, Pride, Strikeforce etc.



None can take this seriously.
04-19-2016 07:32 PM
out_here_grindin
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03-20-2016 02:07 AM
cmchelsea
Re: The MMA thread - UFC, Pride, Strikeforce etc.

@Nole Rules

Look at this a date has already been set.

03-08-2016 09:55 PM
allpro
Re: Conor Mcgregor - The most exciting fighter in the world.

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Originally Posted by Lopez View Post
Defense ? He only lost the fight.

McGregor is the featherweight champion and this fight was at welterweight. And he was supposed to fight for the lightweight title. So I think this will be pretty minor in terms of his career actually.
+1

not a big loss. he went up 15 lbs (25 lbs from title weight) on a couple weeks notice to try to become the first ufc dual-weight champion. there's a reason why it's never been done before.
03-07-2016 11:55 AM
Orka_n
Re: The MMA thread - UFC, Pride, Strikeforce etc.

McGregor is a skilled fighter but too much of an attention whore for me personally.
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