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Re: Both Diaz Brothers Always Been Overated

Postby jblaze » Thu Feb 06, 2020 9:47 am

Still wouldn't mind seeing Diaz vs Gaethje in the near future.
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Re: Both Diaz Brothers Always Been Overated

Postby DeceptaCon » Thu Feb 06, 2020 12:35 pm

jblaze wrote:Still wouldn't mind seeing Diaz vs Gaethje in the near future.

I agree would like to see Nate vs Tony/Dustin/Gaethje then Conor FTW.
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Re: Both Diaz Brothers Always Been Overated

Postby 320IDAVE » Thu Feb 06, 2020 1:55 pm

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KingOfPancrase wrote:I love hating on Conor like anyone but get outta here.


Yet all I've seen you do is troll-shield him...

Its doesn't matter which fighter is more overrated, a ref had to save Conor's life twice. In the first fight Nate choked shit down Conor's leg, ref had to save him. Rewatch the 2nd fight, end of round 5 Nate had Conor mounted raining down blows on him until the ref pulled him off and Nate had to help Conor to his feet. In a street fight Nate kills Conor.
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But this thread isn't about Nate vs. Conor. Butt Fuck it...lets do it:



First fight, Nate came back and won. He beat the FW champion at 170lbs jumping up not one but two weight divisions, which is simply an extremely rare occurrence when it comes to this high level of competition. That's a fact, not making excuses, just pointing out the fact that this was clearly a disadvantage for McGregor being that he'd never fought above 155lbs and so what Nate took the fight on short notice, we see guys win fights taken on short notice a bunch in the history of top shelf MMA. And, so what Conor had a rough time cutting to 145, so did Jose Aldo, Dustin Poirier, the current champ Holloway!! but they all get a pass? Only a casual scumbag would think this way :tdown: . Double standards. Plain and simple.

He then corrects the mistakes he made in the first fight and avenges the loss with a clear UD victory.

Then goes on to become the first UFC fighter to hold belts in two divisions simultaneously, "Both Diaz bro's resume's are better than Conor."

Nick has a solid resume in two weight divisions, but Nate having a better resume than Conor? That's a negative.


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Re: Both Diaz Brothers Always Been Overated

Postby abcd » Thu Feb 06, 2020 2:32 pm

Jiu jitsu wise Nate is a bad motherfucker
I'd say he's on Damien maia level he just prefers to box and uses jiu jitsu mostly as defense rather than hunting people down
In that sense he fights below his potential to entertain much like cowboy and so you could argue that hes actually underrated
I think he tapped Ryan hall back in th day too
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Re: Both Diaz Brothers Always Been Overated

Postby abcd » Thu Feb 06, 2020 2:35 pm

ThaBlackGuy wrote:They aren't overrated. I've never heard their name in goat discussions or even champ discussions. They just have a lot of fans that love watching them fight regardless of their record. And for good reason
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Re: Both Diaz Brothers Always Been Overated

Postby DeceptaCon » Thu Feb 06, 2020 2:41 pm

abcd wrote:Jiu jitsu wise Nate is a bad motherfucker
I'd say he's on Damien maia level he just prefers to box and uses jiu jitsu mostly as defense rather than hunting people down
In that sense he fights below his potential to entertain much like cowboy and so you could argue that hes actually underrated
I think he tapped Ryan hall back in th day too

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Re: Both Diaz Brothers Always Been Overated

Postby EvilGorilla69+1 » Thu Feb 06, 2020 4:01 pm

reasontat2 wrote:
EvilGorilla69+1 wrote:Nate was coming back at the end of round 3.dnt know which mmodd is typing this shit instead of reason,but thats weak as fook. U all suck and know nothing about fighting spirit. Nate was ready to take over.

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Re: Both Diaz Brothers Always Been Overated

Postby KingOfPancrase » Sat Feb 08, 2020 7:32 pm

EvilGorilla69+1 wrote:
reasontat2 wrote:
EvilGorilla69+1 wrote:Nate was coming back at the end of round 3.dnt know which mmodd is typing this shit instead of reason,but thats weak as fook. U all suck and know nothing about fighting spirit. Nate was ready to take over.

Try tennis,fruitcakes


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U misspelled: ' the realest'

Yeah Ken Shamrock was coming back at the end of round 3 against Tito Ortiz too...if only his corner hadn't thrown in the towel

That's how ridiculous all you Diaz was coming back people sound. Dude got his shit pushed in :lol:
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Re: Both Diaz Brothers Always Been Overated

Postby CARVER » Mon Feb 10, 2020 3:18 pm

Mr Meow wrote:
PBells wrote:Have either of the Diazes been hailed as a future GOAT, hall-of-famer, 3-division champ, etc. while being a one-dimensional striker with shit cardio? No? Huh...

Conor is the main reason why UFC has devolved into the liberal sport that you and I both hate, KOP.



Plus a subpar ground game and no heart. Don't forget he is a cheater too. Barboza, Johnson, Poirer, all took the beating like a man and tried to reverse course within the framework of the fight.

Sadly Conor chose option B instead of the option A of fighting like a man and elected to try to see how many fouls he could get away with before he got disqualified or used the unfair advantage gained from the cheating to win the fight.

Clearly he knew what we all knew which is that he could not fight Khabib straight up and have a chance to win.

Conor and Ronda combined turned the UFC to this pussy ass nerfed out version that it is right now. Now we have dorks like Colby trying to be shitty dollar store pro wrestling gimmicks, events every weekend that nobody cares about and refs jumping in to stop the fight at the earliest convenient time.



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Re: Both Diaz Brothers Always Been Overated

Postby EvilGorilla69+1 » Wed Feb 12, 2020 1:37 pm

Snowflake wrote:
EvilGorilla69+1 wrote:
reasontat2 wrote:
EvilGorilla69+1 wrote:Nate was coming back at the end of round 3.dnt know which mmodd is typing this shit instead of reason,but thats weak as fook. U all suck and know nothing about fighting spirit. Nate was ready to take over.

Try tennis,fruitcakes


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U misspelled: ' the realest'

Yeah Ken Shamrock was coming back at the end of round 3 against Tito Ortiz too...if only his corner hadn't thrown in the towel

That's how ridiculous all you Diaz was coming back people sound. Dude got his shit pushed in :lol:


Ken had no knees,dude. Tito was too scared to face him at HW.

Kimo got fooked by old man ken
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