Unsurprisingly, a Dagestan local has been sloping by a slew of churned martial humanities fans and fighters to ragdoll McGregor and make his lapse to a Octagon a night to forget.
Many reason that faith as McGregor quickly struggled in his UFC 189 hitch opposite flashy wrestler Chad Mendes before a Team Alpha Male product, who took a quarrel on brief notice, gassed out in a second round.
Ayub Magamadov, a BJJ Black belt underneath Alexandre Genovesi, lerned with McGregor during a new outing to Ireland and believes ‘The Notorious’’ grappling skills have been rather overlooked.
“What we can contend is (McGregor) is a great, good professional, who can do anything. He is good in each aspect of a game,” Magamadov told RT’s Denis Geyko. “For certain we have some areas where we can be called an expert.