Former UFC fighter Chael Sonnen recently uploaded a video to his YouTube channel, where he compared the rise and fall of MMA star Conor McGregor in the UFC to former two-weight women’s champion Rhonda Ruzi.
The American gangster says the Irishman is at a crossroads where Rowdy is in the final stages of his career.
According to Sonnen, the success of both MMA stars worked against them.
“There are athletes who fall victim to their own achievements. That’s true. I’ll bring Ronda [Rousey] a name you need to know the name of the children. Ronda was so good and she got so big that her contract was so beautiful in terms of her pay and participation and she had to have a title. You couldn’t bring it up and put it as the main event. You won’t have any money left to pay for your real main event. You couldn’t get him involved in the second battle on the main card. You have no budget left.
“He fought not only in the main competitions, but also in the world championship fights in the main competitions. So when he dropped the pair … he was still one of the galleys and that was what he wanted. If it made sense, he would be a competitor.” s … but he couldn’t do it in the main competitions against the world champions, which is what is needed for his level of success. ”Chael Sonnen said.
“An American gangster,” said Conor McGregor. In his opinion, the Irish player will not be able to compete with the world champions after watching his last two games against Dustin Poyer.
Also in the video, the 44-year-old questioned whether McGregor would be motivated enough to compete in the UFC’s top-flight tournament.
You can watch the full video below:
Rhonda Ruzi praises Conor McGregor for the Irishman’s post-fight performance at UFC 264
Ronda Ruzi praised Conor McGregor on Twitter for having too much intelligence to promote his next fight when he suffered a fractured bone and was injured during a trilogy fight against Dustin Poiriere.
Conor McGregor responded to Rowdy by thanking the former female champion in both weight classes for his kind words.