Conor McGregor “more aggressive” claims to have a better field match than Nate Diaz »FirstSportz
Contrary to popular opinion in the MMA world, Conor McGregor believe he has a great game at the end.
Conor McGregor is undoubtedly one of the greatest strikers in the history of the sport. The Irishman is feared for his ferocious left hand that can clamp down on any opponent inside the octagon but the boxer is also known to have had a poor game in his career.
The former two-tournament champion has faced a lot of problems in the past due to his middling defensive and grappling ability compared to his biggest opponents in the past. Despite his past, McGregor believes that in recent times he has developed a “fierce ground game” that is no less than his superstar rival. Nate Diaz or even better.
In a recent tweet where Conor bragged about being the best fighter in MMA, a fan of his quote tweeted him and asked the boxer to improve his ground fight. “As one of your biggest fans, work on a game on the ground,” wrote to his fans alluding to the boxer explaining himself.
“I’m very pleased with my ground attacks,” Conor McGregor said.
After Notorious One was asked by a fan to improve his ground game, the boxer was furious and responded. “For now, I’m very satisfied with my bot lane ground attacks. I killed the guy from the bottom, use your eyes. He backed away from me! I’ve now developed a more aggressive version of Nate’s ground game,” Conor said.
Boxers trust in the same way that opponents avoid following Nate after he’s on the ground, similarly, no one will follow Conor in the future. “If Nate goes down, no one will follow. Now they won’t follow me either. Clock!”
One fan later even posted a video of the Irishman scoring from the tarp after he was knocked down by Dustin Poirier in his trio battle. There’s no denying that Conor has some nasty elbows. Conor was submitted by two boxers in the past, Khabib Nurmagomedov at UFC 229 and Nate Diaz at UFC 196, who is known for his top-notch Jiu-Jitsu. So, it wouldn’t be an exaggeration to say that Conor McGregor’s ground fight wasn’t as bad as the general audience assumed.
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