The ongoing saga of Conor McGregor vs Dustin Poirier is going to reach its conclusion. As the two lightweight beasts will brawl in a trilogy bout at the main event of UFC 264. The first two fights were exemplary indications of where each fighter was in their career at the time the fights took place.
McGregor did win the first. But, by their second fight, he had softened up. Nonetheless what exactly went wrong? Well, the American Knuckle Star Eddie Alvarez‘s advice to Conor is a definite one.
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Eddie Alvarez’s advice to Conor McGregor:
The current ONE Championship superstar raised a question on Conor’s discipline. the Underground King deciphered that when someone has 100s of millions of dollars, the idea of fighting changes. It becomes the opposite of fighting.
Fighting is like dealing with hardship every day. When someone has it all what he demands, it softens him at the end because he is being nodded”yes” to everything. Eddie added “for Conor to come back he needs to harden himself as a man. ..get out of that world“
The Irish superstar has still not gone back to Ireland or the US, and continues to train in Dubai . While the Diamond is sweating his blood out in Coconut Creek’s camp. Conor needs to go back to his roots and train the way he used to before entering the world of success.
Would Alvarez train McGregor?
The Underground King confessed that he does not like taking the burden for any person’s win or loss who is going to fight. “It is like feeling the same way as he is going to fight“and he confessed he doesn’t want to feel that way if he is not fighting himself. However, he might think of coaching former lightweight champion if there is a lot of money in the deal.
Now, after their UFC 205 brawl, where the Notorious became the first fighter in the promotion’s history to hold two titles simultaneously. If Eddie happens to train McGregor, it would be feast for eyes to watch both of them on the octagon. Instead for the same corner this time.
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