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Conor's left is even more lethal at 155 and just as fast. The optimal weight class for him.
wait a second.
47-47 draw
47-47 draw
48-47 Woodley

= winner Tyrone Woodley? what the hell happened to majority draws?
oh Bruce Buffer called the main event wrong. lol what a dunce



(11-14-2016 07:27 AM)CTsar Wrote: [ -> ]Conor's left is even more lethal at 155 and just as fast. The optimal weight class for him.

Yeah. He actually looked much bigger than Alvarez at 55.
(11-14-2016 09:19 AM)CTsar Wrote: [ -> ]oh Bruce Buffer called the main event wrong. lol what a dunce




Bruce Buffer is the worst.
(11-14-2016 09:52 PM)johan Wrote: [ -> ]
(11-14-2016 07:27 AM)CTsar Wrote: [ -> ]Conor's left is even more lethal at 155 and just as fast. The optimal weight class for him.

Yeah. He actually looked much bigger than Alvarez at 55.

i was very surprised. Alvarez looked smaller than usual or Conor is really just that big.

Conor had very very good takedown D in the fight too.
(11-15-2016 03:13 AM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote: [ -> ]Conor had very very good takedown D in the fight too.

He also chipped Alvarez with elbows to the back of the head every they broke the clinch.
Devastating loss.

It's crazy how quickly the titles have been changing hands.
The past 2 years have really been a new peak for the UFC in terms of new challengers, exciting matchups, legends falling, cards delivering, belts-changing, superfights, drama etc.

I hope we get at least another 6 months of this fun.
Beautiful Sasae Tsurikomiashi from Romero. He barely had a grip on Weidman.

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I was rooting for Weidman, as Romero has become an Anti-Hero or Villian, but from the begining of Rd 1, he was leaving his head dangling low, halfway shooting, halfway ducking, halfway waiting for a sprawl to turn turn the corner.
It was making me very nervous since the Flying Knee is one of Romero's top 3 attacks. I expected it to punish Weidman, but my god... that was one of the best timed, most damaging worst KO's I've ever seen.

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Jedrzejczyk came up short IMO.
Her punches were falling short, her kicks weren't damaging, and she ate a couple of Right-Hands that almost led to a TKO.
Got a solid Plum clinch a couple times and couldn't do anything with it.

Her performance was not good, and her dominance has been going down every single fight.
Hope she ditches Florida and goes back to Poland to train.
(11-15-2016 04:56 AM)kungfool Wrote: [ -> ]
(11-15-2016 03:13 AM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote: [ -> ]Conor had very very good takedown D in the fight too.

He also chipped Alvarez with elbows to the back of the head every they broke the clinch.
Devastating loss.

It's crazy how quickly the titles have been changing hands.
The past 2 years have really been a new peak for the UFC in terms of new challengers, exciting matchups, legends falling, cards delivering, belts-changing, superfights, drama etc.

I hope we get at least another 6 months of this fun.

it also shows how much of a crapshoot MMA is when you're using those thin 4 oz gloves. the competition is very deep now and anyone can beat anyone else in the top 10 depending on the day.

the titles keep changing hands non-stop

gone are the days of Matt Hughes, Anderson Silva multi fight defenses
More gifs of this horrible loss. This was worse than McGregor vs Aldo.

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Conor's a meme. I'm still not a fan.

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