Ein Fighter aus dem Lager des Russen Khabib Nurmagomedov erklärte jetzt, wieso es zu den abscheulichen Szenen nach dem Ende des. UFC MMA-Star Khabib Nurmagomedov – Klartext-Ansage an Conor McGregor. „Komm doch zurück und zeig etwas!“. Khabib Nurmagomedov tritt am Samstagabend gegen Justin Gaethje bei UFC an (live auf DAZN). Unvergessen bleibt aber Khabibs Fight.
UFC 254: MMA-Star Khabib Nurmagomedov – Klartext-Ansage an Conor McGregorEin Fighter aus dem Lager des Russen Khabib Nurmagomedov erklärte jetzt, wieso es zu den abscheulichen Szenen nach dem Ende des. In Las Vegas stieg der mit Spannung erwartete UFC-Kampf zwischen Conor McGregor Khabib Nurmagomedov. UFC MMA-Star Khabib Nurmagomedov – Klartext-Ansage an Conor McGregor. „Komm doch zurück und zeig etwas!“.
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During the press conference, Conor McGregor was very, very… well, can I say arrogant? There was a moment during the fight where the Irishman backpedaled and told Khabib that it was just business.
Referring to all the rubbish he had talked pre-fight to help hype up the publicity. Round one went guns-blazing for both of the fighters. However, Nurmagomedov landed seven of nine critical strikes, while Conor did a total of six strikes out of seven of them.
Arguably, Conor had a bit better score, but as the whole round was literally spent on the mat, these strikes had almost no influence on the round.
And let me tell you something, Nurmagomedov strikes like a freaking beast! In my opinion, the first round was very hard for Conor as he had to defend himself all the time.
When it comes to the strikes, though, I and judges think that Conor owned Khabib. The former two-division champion landed astonishing 39 strikes, with Khabib landing only 18, which is significantly lower.
As for the takedowns, the story is a bit different. This 70kg man fights like a beast! I think he could even tackle a bear or a lion, and actually he did wrestle a bear as a child but hey, Russians are known for being very strong and athletic.
Simply put, Khabib went one for two takedowns in the first round. The pressure was high on Conor McGregor as he now had to repel this monstrous energy that Khabib had.
Unfortunately for Conor, Khabib managed to successfully finish those takedowns and keep him on the ground during the whole first round. So, in my opinion, the first round went very well for Khabib, almost obliterating Conor in grappling and takedowns.
This is where things get interesting and where Khabib showed his teeth. Just 25 seconds into round 2 and chill, he landed a significant strike with his right.
This strike caught the Irishman by surprise and obliterated him as he almost fully hit the mat. Only his hand and knee hit the ground for a split second, after which he recovered smoothly.
This time, Irishman evaded a debacle just by a tiny notch. Again, Nurmagomedov did what he knew best and took the fight to the mat, once again making McGregor begging for mercy.
I really think that Nurmagomedov did everything to turn the fight to his odds, particularly when he took the fight to the mat. From there, it was a familiar sight, as Nurmagomedov did what he has done so often: passed guard, moved into side mount and eventually got the choke.
The fight was the culmination of a rivalry that has been brewing for several years. It was McGregor's first bout since he won the lightweight championship in November Skip to navigation.
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