seoulglo wrote:Watching Diaz Condit again
80% of those strikes seemed to be leg kicks that Nick willingly ate while he was moving forward.
I would call that a decent strategy by Candit, except for the fact that Nick never stopped moving forward.
Combine that with the fact that once they did end up exchanging, Nick got the better of the exchanges.
Much more significant strikes than the leg kicks taken while getting to that exchange.
Then, taunting gestures while moving forward.
And this was a unanimous decision.
Are leg kicks this valuable in MMA/UFC?
Don't significant strikes/ winning exchanges take precedent over "strikes landed"?
Can taunting hurt you, from a judge's POV?
dude quit crying the fights been over and done with now for a long time. Strikes>taunting gestures.