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Something to be said about Usman's last three being guys who either can't box (Woodley) or can't punch (RDA/Colby). Masvidal might be able to make the exchanges the latter two had actually matter, as Usman isn't super comfortable defensively. The wrestling, though. #UFC251 https://t.co/Azt2jyKQyb
This really isn't a necessary rematch. Usman kinda avoided the area where he'd have the biggest edge (the clinch), and thrashed Covington in a volume open-space kickboxing match where Covington should've had the edge. Burns was a fine fight for Usman, but Edwards is the one. https://t.co/jqCCUSqv01
Shouldn't really enjoy the irony here, because it really sucks for a guy who earned the shot in Burns, but it's a bit too perfect to pass up. His shot came together in multiple respects (Leon in England + a wide open field) because of the pandemic, and the same thing killed it
The ghost of Leon Edwards still roams these halls, neglected and angry Usman/Burns wasn't a bad booking, but also not really a necessary one. Hopefully Gilbert gets another fight after recovering (Covington would be a good choice) and Usman can get back in soon enough. #UFC251 https://t.co/0hegOiTtrr
Beneil's manager needs a whipping, holy shit Haven't seen much Holtzmann but he had a solid open-stance counter game against Miller and Patrick, so a southpaw helps him (and the concerns about Dariush's state will always be there). The Lentz loss isn't good, though. https://t.co/LvjSGv7ZTN
The end of the first fight made me think Max could get it, because he sorta bodysnatched Volk late But now we find out he did a Mike Perry solo camp, so he's gonna have Rush as his only cornerman and get wrecked (right after Aldo also gets wrecked, but at least he's old) https://t.co/sMyCDvs3W3 https://t.co/WsChB9Fv3x
The Fight Site would like to pay its respects to the beloved father and respected coach of the best lightweight in the world. R.I.P Abdulmanap Nurmagomedov. https://t.co/vV2HOK4ukm
He's going to be known for Khabib and that's a great thing to be known for, but Abdulmanap Nurmagomedov was essential to the now-burgeoning Dagestani MMA scene, and largely to channel wayward kids into something better. A brilliant and unique coach, and a great person. RIP. https://t.co/Wk0fWKupvq
Wahey! @BoxingBusch and @EvilGregJackson rewatched Alvey vs. Spann, which I mentioned the other day as a truly awful fight with a laughable third round. @SriramMSays and I were howling watching this live. https://t.co/icBMjZf196
@ufc @espnmma @espn So here's a fighter promoting antisemitic conspiracies on Instagram. You have a code of conduct, are you going to do anything about this? As a Jew, this is incredibly offensive. I am requesting you take action against Spike for these disgusting posts. https://t.co/l3GPTQaeOx
That dude seemed like a parody of MMA in every way, and now we find out, it really is in *every* way. https://t.co/TyFICIyARc
There isn't enough appreciation of Poirier's technical mastery & creativity. Big reason why he won vs. Hooker is his ability to break the 'rules' of foot positioning in open stance. That was enabled by his ability to split Hooker's timing. Full vid: https://t.co/jiXDzdn73l https://t.co/NzFUEn6jXQ
My guy is gonna go wild once he watches some Raphael Assunção https://t.co/0Iqng3URDs
The problem with an instant-rematch culture isn't *just* for the contenders, it also does a disservice to the guy who lost. This could easily be Volkanovski/Jung with Max getting a fight like Zabit, one he absolutely should win, that gives him a chance to rebuild. But it isn't.
Volkanovski/Holloway was a brilliant competitive fight, but Max needs a specific approach (mostly the southpaw bodykicking) to make it closer. And he's settled into a more backfoot-jab game since 236, so hard to trust him to make a strategic change now, with no time in between. https://t.co/D4A3sw5win