Wenn Conor McGregor am Januar bei UFC wieder in den Käfig steigt, dann wird er gegen Dustin Poirier nicht um einen Titel kämpfen. Ein Fighter aus dem Lager des Russen Khabib Nurmagomedov erklärte jetzt, wieso es zu den abscheulichen Szenen nach dem Ende des. UFC Khabib vs. McGregor war ein Mixed Martial Arts-Event der Ultimate Fighting Championship, das am 6. Oktober in der T-Mobile Arena im Paradies, Nevada, Teil der Metropolregion Las Vegas, stattfand.
McGregor vs. Nurmagomedov: Insider nennt wahren Grund für Massenprügelei nach KäfigkampfIn Las Vegas stieg der mit Spannung erwartete UFC-Kampf zwischen Conor McGregor Khabib Nurmagomedov. Wenn Conor McGregor am Januar bei UFC wieder in den Käfig steigt, dann wird er gegen Dustin Poirier nicht um einen Titel kämpfen. Ein Fighter aus dem Lager des Russen Khabib Nurmagomedov erklärte jetzt, wieso es zu den abscheulichen Szenen nach dem Ende des.
Conor Vs Khabib Follow MMA Fighting online: VideoConor Mcgregor - Khabib Nurmagomedov full fight UFC Khabib vs. McGregor war ein Mixed Martial Arts-Event der Ultimate Fighting Championship, das am 6. Oktober in der T-Mobile Arena im Paradies, Nevada, Teil der Metropolregion Las Vegas, stattfand. Wird es bei der UFC je ein Rematch zwischen Khabib Nurmagomedov und Conor McGregor geben? Die Eskalaltion und der Streit um Kampf 1. Conor McGregor am Boden! Der Superstar der UFC muss sich im Mega-Fight des Jahres dem alten und neuen Leichtgewichts-Champion Khabib. Khabib Nurmagomedov tritt am Samstagabend gegen Justin Gaethje bei UFC an (live auf DAZN). Unvergessen bleibt aber Khabibs Fight. Of course, Mahjong Spielregeln are compelling reasons for Nurmagomedov-McGregor 2. As for the takedowns…well, not many of them were there. We learned that underestimating your opponent is a bad, bad idea. When close people are near, it is a little hard.
Das Cherry Casino zur Eingabemaske, wenn es um sichere Methoden fГr Zahlungen im Conor Vs Khabib. - DANKE an unsere Werbepartner.Bayern München. Conor McGregor believes he was beating Khabib Nurmagomedov on the scorecards up until ‘The Eagle’ submitted him with a neck crank in the fourth round to retain the lightweight title. UFC. Khabib Nurmagomedov opens door to Conor McGregor rematch – on one condition. By Simon Head August 14, am Follow @simonhead. Khabib Nurmagomedov talks of the loss his father. Khabib. 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. How the biggest fight in UFC history became the biggest disaster in UFC history, and what it all means for MMA after 25 years. Share if you agree. New York C. Conor McGregor vs Khabib Nurmagomedov 2 | REMATCH | OFFICIAL PROMO JPB - Defeat The Night (feat. Ashley Apollodor) [NCS Release] #conormcgregor #khabibnurmag.
Entering the fourth round, McGregor was bleeding from a small cut near his left eye. He looked tired, and Nurmagomedov executed an outside trip to get him to the floor.
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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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.
Spending more than a couple of minutes on the mat, Nurmagomedov had a full control over the fight. Having landed amazing 41 of 60 significant strikes, Nurmagomedov annihilated Conor who got only 5 of 13 significant strikes.
As for the takedowns…well, not many of them were there. Actually, there was one attempt by Nurmagomedov, but nothing too severe.
The second round was much more punch-rich than the first one. Round 3 was where Conor showed a few of his brawling skills, trying to keep the majority of the round off the mat.
Again, Conor vastly outgunned Khabib with his blazingly fast punches. Yes, he landed a total of 34 significant strikes, but all of those strikes were not enough to put down this Russian juggernaut.
On the other hand, Nurmagomedov scored 15 of 37 significant punches, which is far less than McGregor. Luckily for Conor, the fight in Round 3 was on foot.
While he himself had not takedowns in this round, the points were given to him because of his great defense.
And defense matters, unless you want to get yourself badly hit and knocked out. All in all, I would give this round to the Irishman. Round 4 represented a fair share of punches and on-ground fight.
The majority of significant strikes were also spent on foot, where Conor got six for nine significant strikes and Khabib went seven for While Nurmagomedov scored one takedown and one guard pass, it was his obliterating submission that ended the match.
After a whole minute of Nurmagomedov trying to grapple Conor, he finally succeeded his rear-naked choke. You could see his motivation in his eyes, while Conor seemed a bit arrogant and he definitely underestimated his opponent.