Cris Cyborg wasn’t a usually large MMA fighter who incited adult in Carson, California to watch Gennady Golovkin vs. Vanes Martirosyan (watch a finish here). Elusive UFC star Nick Diaz was also in attendance, and fighting contributor Elie Seckbach got his thoughts on who’d win between Conor McGregor and his new arch-nemesis, Khabib Nurmagomedov.
“That’s going to be a tough quarrel for both people,” Diaz pronounced “There is a lot of vigour for one guy. Khabib’s ostensible to win. Because a man like Conor, it takes a prolonged time to rise a regulation to understanding with someone like Georges St-Pierre or Khabib. There’s a certain regulation we have to use. You can’t only lay on your back. You have to spin over and we have to know how to understanding with stuff.”
Diaz sounds like he’s disposition some-more towards Khabib’s subsequent turn wrestling being too most for McGregor. Nick would know a bit about a nullifying effects of subsequent turn wrestling too, as he mislaid his quarrel to Georges St-Pierre during UFC 153 approach behind in 2013. ‘Laying on his back’ is an accurate approach to report because he mislaid a decision, though we don’t consider McGregor will spend most time operative his jitz on a pad (prove us wrong, Dillon Danis!).
The doubt is can he get behind adult onto his feet? Diaz positively has his doubts and so do we. Now we only have to wait until a unavoidable superfight to find out for sure.