Gordon Ryan has thrown his hat into the crowd of McGregor critics following crippling loss from Khabib Nurmagomedov.
So I saw a quote from Joe Rogan podcast from mcgregor’s coach and I can only hope he didn’t say this. He said something like “we knew khabib would get the takedowns early on. So we planned to just ride them out and not get exhausted early on and just make it through the 1st couple of rounds”…. dude.
You guys had 2 f*cking years to prepare for this fight and you couldnt come up with a creative and reliable way of getting back to the feet? In 2 years of preparation that’s the best plan you had? To “ride out the takedowns on bottom and save energy?” Lol how about game planning robust ways of hip heisting and getting back to your feet to actually attack. Wtf lmao
Meanwhile Tom Deblass leveled the playing field a bit:
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