Terence Allan Crawford Vs. Conor Anthony McGregor — Who Wins And How???

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Conor Anthony McGregor Vs. Terence Allan Crawford — Who Wins And How???

  1. Crawford Wins By KO In Boxing And By KO In MMA

  2. Crawford Wins By KO In Boxing And Loses By KO In MMA

  3. Crawford Wins By KO In Boxing And Loses By Decision In MMA

  4. Crawford Wins By Decision In Boxing And Loses By Decision In MMA

  5. Crawford Loses By Decision In Boxing And Loses By Decision In MMA

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  1. Pakkuman

    Pakkuman Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Doesn't that get recorded as a KO?
     
  2. don owens

    don owens Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Crawford would win by ktfo in boxing. selected the option that he would win by ko in mma. Might not though. Connor would probably win by submission if he is not knocked out. 50/50
     
  3. mark ant

    mark ant Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    No, it`s recorded as a submission, this is Conor`s MMA record:
    Total 26
    Wins 22
    By knockout 19
    By submission 1
    By decision 2
    Losses 4
    By submission 4
     
  4. mark ant

    mark ant Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Conor would just kick Bud`s lead leg away constantly before Bud could get close enough, Bud wouldn`t be able to take the pain or know how to evade leg kicks, legs are longer than arms, he`ll be destroyed.
     
  5. don owens

    don owens Boxing Addict Full Member

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    mark ant. you are very possibly right. however, if Bud moved enough he has a good chance of ko'ing Conor. Conor is not a good kicker. very weak in that department. The chances...even though I said 50/50 are in Conor's favor. mainly because that is a rule of thumb. when you step out of one combative system into another...it favors the other guy..in general.
     


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