‘Mystic Mike’ Michael Chandler predicts he’ll finish Conor McGregor in second round of UFC fight

Michael Chandler Got the fight against which he was looking Conor McGregor, and he’s confident he will take him out.

However, Chandler (23-8 MMA & 2-3 UFC), will be the first. coach “The Ultimate Fighter 31” McGregor, 22-6 MMA, 10-4 UFC), before the pair clash later in the year. McGregor is furious, Chandler admits it. However, Chandler has the edge in several areas.

“Conor and I both start extremely fast,” Chandler told ESPN. “That cage door closes, Bruce Buffer announces us, that bell dings, and we both try to meet in the center of the octagon trying to make the other guy take a backwards step first. Conor takes up more space and is larger in his stance. I feel more like a missile approaching you, making it clear that I am there to grab you. I do think I have more power, better wrestling, better grappling.”

McGregor is credited with eight knockouts in UFC. Chandler, however, has won both his octagon victories, including a devastating front kick. knockout of Tony Ferguson. Chandler claims that he has other ways to win.

“If he lands one on the button, it’s going to be a rough night for me,” Chandler added. “If I land one on the button, it’s going to be a rough night for him, but which one of us can do it? I’m going to get in his face, make him take a backwards step right away, and he’s going to feel my presence from the very beginning of the fight, and then from there wherever the fight takes us.

“If I want to pick him up and put him down, I can pick him up and put him down and put a beating on him and get a submission that way. Conor finishes me in the second round, I think. That’s my ‘Mystic Mike’ take on this later on this year whenever it is”


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Chandler sees McGregor being finished by him putting his hands on him, and stopping him in the same way that he stopped him when he was younger. sparked Dan Hooker In his promotional debut at UFC 257.

“I always visualize the knockout,” Chandler said. “I always visualize a big overhand right or a left hook. That’s the shot that I really want to land every single time, and that’s the shot I’ve seen put guys down so many times in my career, put guys down in training, put guys down in my mind a million times. I believe I wear him down a little bit and land a big shot in the second round and take him out.”

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