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28 Nov 2019, 06:18 IST

Justin Gaethje
Justin Gaethje

On a current episode of Michael Bisping’s Imagine You Me podcast, prime UFC Light-weight contender Justin Gaethje determined to do a breakdown of the upcoming, reportedly confirmed struggle between Khabib Nurmagomedov and Tony Ferguson.

Justin Gaethje offers his tackle Nurmagomedov vs Ferguson

Whereas talking on the Imagine You Me podcast together with former UFC Middleweight Champion Michael Bisping, Justin Gaethje stated that he thinks Nurmagomedov goes to be the eventual winner of a struggle between him and Ferguson.

Nonetheless, Gaethje additionally believes that Ferguson will deliver his very best when he steps into the Octagon with ‘The Eagle’. (H/T: MMA Junkie)

I do suppose Khabib will win. However I do suppose Tony goes to deliver some … I don’t know if he’s going to put on his again and throw elbows, I don’t know what the hell goes to occur there.

Moreover, Gaethje additionally spoke about Nurmagomedov’s brutal fashion of combating and likewise opened up on Ferguson’s resiliency contained in the Octagon, as he spoke on how a lot the latter will get hit throughout his fights within the Octagon.

‘The Spotlight’ additionally added that he can be retaining an eye fixed out for Ferguson’s jiu-jitsu and if it performs an element within the struggle, whereas additionally retaining an eye fixed out for El Cucuy’s persistence of eager to proceed the struggle regardless of being on the backside.

Particularly the way in which Khabib fights, and the way in which Khabib wins. It’s loopy how a lot and the way arduous Tony will get hit, how typically he will get hit at fights however I don’t suppose that’s going to be an issue for him on this struggle as a result of Khabib isn’t going to be seeking to exploit that, that choice. He’s going to do what he does. I’m actually to see if Tony, his jiu-jitsu, for one, performs an element, and for 2, simply his tenaciousness of being on backside and nonetheless eager to struggle.”

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