Conor McGregor labels his concerns about aerobic exercise as a “myth” – MMA Sports

Conor McGregor feels his concerns about aerobic exercise are unjustified.

McGregor will face Dustin Poirier in a lightweight match at the UFC257 headliner on Saturday night on Yas Island, Abu Dhabi. The general consensus is that if the fight exceeds the first two rounds, the fight will end with either an early McGregor knockout or a Poirier victory.

The latter is due to the fact that McGregor was particularly gas-executed in the UFC 196 welterweight battle with Nate Diaz in March 2016 and in the boxing match with Floyd Mayweather in 2017. Therefore, many observers believe that the longer the chance of Poirier, the greater. The battle goes.

But Like his impressive coach, Owen LodiMcGregor doesn’t feel that way because he believes his concerns about aerobic exercise are overstated. Especially when context is applied.

“I think it’s a myth,” McGregor said at a UFC257 pre-match press conference (Via MMA Junky). “Obviously I had my first Diaz fight. I went from featherweight and then a month or so later I went to welterweight. That would obviously have an impact. Then other issues had.

“But overall, I think it’s a myth. It’s a myth there, and I hope we can answer it – and I’ll answer it someday. Someday I’ll appear here and Someone will be able to stay in my pocket with me and stay there to fight me, and I hope it’s this Saturday night. Do you think so? No. I took some form at that moment, and I now tell you this: I’m going to wear a masterpiece. “

McGregor proves his allegations wrong and wants to fight Poirier longer as mentioned earlier, but he sees Poirier enduring his power beyond the first minute. I can’t.

That’s why he sticks to his prediction of a 60-second knockout.

“It wasn’t too far away, as we initially kicked him out of it in 90 seconds,” McGregor added. “It’s my complete confidence in my preparation and my abilities. I know I have questions about my abilities. I know he’s heavier, weighs differently and is more experienced, I feel I can do that … I believe I can take him there and hit him sooner, but I want a good, long match. “

Do you think McGregor’s concerns about aerobic exercise are a myth?

– MMA Sports

Conor McGregor labels his concerns about aerobic exercise as a “myth” Conor McGregor labels his concerns about aerobic exercise as a “myth”

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