The grading of those PPV buys bets are always so sketchy depending on who reports what and if they go by estimated buys from Dave Meltzer or there is some way to really confirm them somehow and do they add up the online PPV buys through Fight Pass and elsewhere (I think not) and when the cut off is like a week later, two weeks later? You're really gambling with what gets reported here.yea, shitty limits except the market for total ppv buys. i took over 2m ppv buys at +6500. its weird though. first it let me bet max to win $250, but then it accepted a few more $1 and $2 bets. got a total of $10 to win $650 on it.
I feel the same way, but we run the risk of looking awfully foolish if Conor gets wrestle fucked & exhausted and loses badly. He might just say screw all of you I'm rich, I don't care about MMA any more. Buy a bottle of Proper Twelve and look for news from McGregor Sports and Entertainment where we have some big things coming up etc.I like McGregor to win this one. Khabib is way more lost on the feet than Conor is defending the takedown attempts, IMO.
Yes, my biggest concern is that Khabib's giant skull will be able to withstand Conor's power (which is a little overblown, IMO). My general thinking on this one is that takedown defense is relatively easy to learn given the necessary athletic prerequisites. Striking is probably the most difficult element of MMA to pick up later in one's career and the hardest to be comfortable doing against the elite. I think Conor has the athletic abilities (both muscular and neurological) and the attention to technical detail to have developed very good takedown defense by this point. His length, distance management, angles, threat of striking, pressure etc. help him as well.I think the issue is if Conor can't knock Khabib out immediately and gets taken down he will probably fatigue at a fast rate while beneath Khabib. His punching power/efficacy could diminish fairly quickly.