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  1. #361
    Quote Originally Posted by devi8 View Post
    Khabib dominates Gaethe & retires undefeated
    Got a little dusty in the room during the retirement speech. Not a big Khabib guy but him and his family have been great for the sport.

    Also crazy how they let Geathye go out like that dude tried to tap out like 3 times and it was ignored.

  2. #362
    retires at 32 or really just holding out for St. Pierre?

  3. #363
    Quote Originally Posted by stugotz View Post
    retires at 32 or really just holding out for St. Pierre?
    Looks done to me. Khabib doesn’t strike me as a fuck around guy. Probably a 50/50 if he returns but I think he’s done.

  4. #364
    Khabib’s retirement may stick if for no other reason that he hates Mcgregor and would never want to be seen as mcgregor-like and Connor plays the “retire” every 6 months game

  5. #365
    Quote Originally Posted by timthedeac View Post
    Khabib’s retirement may stick if for no other reason that he hates Mcgregor and would never want to be seen as mcgregor-like and Connor plays the “retire” every 6 months game
    I don’t think Khabib is basing any decision on Connor, but rather his family.

  6. #366
    I thought Kell Brook might give Terrence Crawford a run for his money tonight, and for the opening 3 rounds he did. But then- OOF!!! All hail the PFP King.

    In the undercard, Andrew Maloney looked to have won his belt back from Franco via TKO (Franco's eye being completely swollen shut). But the ref ruled the bout a No Contest due to a phantom head butt, so Franco retains the belt. ESPN's crew could find find no evidence of a head butt, but did show several big (and legal) shots being landed to Franco's eye. The NV SAC reviews for over 30 minutes, using ESPN's footage, then upholds the ref's decision. Boxing just seems to be a sport that LOVES screwing things up. SMH ...
    Skip rope, Evil!

  7. #367
    Fucking fight night. Let’s go!!!

  8. #368
    Quote Originally Posted by booradley View Post
    I thought Kell Brook might give Terrence Crawford a run for his money tonight, and for the opening 3 rounds he did. But then- OOF!!! All hail the PFP King.

    In the undercard, Andrew Maloney looked to have won his belt back from Franco via TKO (Franco's eye being completely swollen shut). But the ref ruled the bout a No Contest due to a phantom head butt, so Franco retains the belt. ESPN's crew could find find no evidence of a head butt, but did show several big (and legal) shots being landed to Franco's eye. The NV SAC reviews for over 30 minutes, using ESPN's footage, then upholds the ref's decision. Boxing just seems to be a sport that LOVES screwing things up. SMH ...
    It fucking pisses me off that they probably won’t make the Crawford V Spence fight.

  9. #369
    Quote Originally Posted by WFcatamount22 View Post
    Fucking fight night. Let’s go!!!
    going to McGregor's last fight was probably the last thing I really did before the whole COVID thing. Here's hoping this one lasts a wee bit longer! Legggo

  10. #370
    I hope McGregor goes down and espn stops shoving him down my throat

  11. #371
    Nice time for the whole ESPN+ app to crash. It's always been such a garbage app.... didn't they figure out how to make PPV's work like 30 years ago?

  12. #372
    First, you can pay like $2 and VPN into the Netherlands, then all the UFC fights are accessible at no additional cost.

    Second, pretty impressed with McGregor (Poirier as well really) after the fight. Gracious and professional. And a great fight.

  13. #373
    Has McGregor actually done anything impressive in his career? I guess he had an impressive ability to cut massive weight so that he could get down to 145 and rack up wins against smaller fighters to become a celebrity in the first place?

    But in the last five years, he has split a pair of fights against a good but not top lightweight fighter, celebrity boxing match with Floyd, fight against a way-past-his-prime Cerrone. So he's basically had 3 fights against the top contenders in his division. Beat Alavarez, lost to Khabib and Poirier. And I don't think he wants any part of Justin Gaethje or Michael Chandler either.

  14. #374
    Quote Originally Posted by timthedeac View Post
    Has McGregor actually done anything impressive in his career? I guess he had an impressive ability to cut massive weight so that he could get down to 145 and rack up wins against smaller fighters to become a celebrity in the first place?

    But in the last five years, he has split a pair of fights against a good but not top lightweight fighter, celebrity boxing match with Floyd, fight against a way-past-his-prime Cerrone. So he's basically had 3 fights against the top contenders in his division. Beat Alavarez, lost to Khabib and Poirier. And I don't think he wants any part of Justin Gaethje or Michael Chandler either.
    Champ in two divisions simultaneously while winning a fight in a 3rd division at the same time doesn't do it for ya? Jose Aldo had a 10 year win streak and Conor Knocked him out in 10 seconds.

  15. #375
    Quote Originally Posted by JuiceCrewAllStar View Post
    I hope McGregor goes down and espn stops shoving him down my throat
    Word. It’s Izzy’s time now.

    You don’t even have to hate the next best thing now.

  16. #376
    Quote Originally Posted by JuiceCrewAllStar View Post
    I hope McGregor goes down and espn stops shoving him down my throat
    Well, Christmas c ame early for you, eh?
    Skip rope, Evil!

  17. #377
    classic example here, ESPN headline is "Porier stuns McGregor" but in the article it says

    "ESPN had Poirier ranked No. 3 and McGregor No. 10 in the world at 155 pounds."

    pretty stunning, huh?

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    McGregor looked pretty stunned though.

  19. #379
    Quote Originally Posted by JuiceCrewAllStar View Post
    classic example here, ESPN headline is "Porier stuns McGregor" but in the article it says

    "ESPN had Poirier ranked No. 3 and McGregor No. 10 in the world at 155 pounds."

    pretty stunning, huh?
    He was rated #10 cause of inactivity. McGregor was about a 3-1 favorite going into the fight. And the first time he's been stopped with punches in his career. Fairly stunning.

  20. #380
    Definitely think Izzy will step up to light heavyweight and end up being a two belt holder.

    McGregor is annoying as fuck but at the end of the day he’s good for the sport.

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