Jan Blawowic believes Dustin Poirier will defeat Conor McGregor in the UFC264 tripartite operation on July 10. Poirier and McGregor have met twice in their UFC career. McGregor, enthusiastic about defending the UFC featherweight title, announced that he had quickly knocked out Poirier in his first fight in 2014. However, it was Dustin Poirier who consistently improved the game and brought Conor McGregor the first defeat. At the UFC 257 rematch last January.
Conor McGregor is MMA’s largest brand in the world and entered other businesses after winning a double championship in sports. Many experts and fellow wrestlers attribute the recent loss of Irish people to their lifestyle changes and the dispersal of attention between wrestling and other businesses. In a recent interview with James Lynch, UFC light heavyweight champion Jan Brawowich expressed a similar view.
Jan Blawowic said he considers Conor McGregor to be a good fighter with too many problems in his head so far. He predicted that the trilogy battle wouldn’t be much different from the second battle Poirier won in the second round of TKO. Jan Blachowicz said:
Dustin Poirier. The same style as the second battle, the last battle you know. I think McGregor is a businessman. He is not a fighter. He is a fighter and a good fighter. But too much business in his head. That’s why Dustin wins this battle.
Conor McGregor vows to finish work with Dustin Poirier at UFC264
Recently, there has been much talk about Conor McGregor’s motives for competing with the elite competition. But notorious people don’t want to give in to such speculation.
Regardless of the outcome, Conor McGregor and Dustin Poirier had a fairly competitive rematch at UFC 257. Dustin Poirier proved to be a more evolved fighter between the two, but McGregor had a great moment in the fight and summed up. three. The judge wins the card. Poirier later admitted that he was seriously injured by McGregor’s combination in the first round.
Irish believe that if properly prepared, they can take revenge on Poirier. In a recent Instagram post, Conor McGregor promised to defeat Dustin Poirier at UFC264.
Historically, the UFC trilogy has stuck to a particular pattern. Whether it’s Miocic-Cormier, Cruz-Faber or Velásquez-Dos Santos, the fighter who wins the second battle wins the trilogy.
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