UFC megastar Conor McGregor faced off against undefeated UFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov in the main event of UFC 229 on Oct. 6. “Notorious” ultimately suffered a brutal submission loss within the fourth round, following a dominant performance from Khabib Nurmagomedov.
Taking to social media, former UFC lightweight champion Sean Sherk has since come forward to claim that he is willing to train Conor McGregor to prepare the Ireland native for Khabib Nurmagomedov’s wrestling skills in the case of a possible rematch. Check it out below.
“NOTE TO MCGREGOR
“Not sure if the McGregor/Khabib rematch will take place but if it does hiring a guy like Jordan Burroughs to come out and teach you how to wrestle isn’t the keys to victory. You can’t learn how to out wrestle a guy like Khabib who’s been wrestling since birth in just a matter of weeks just by training with a world champion. It doesn’t work that way.
“The keys to victory for the rematch would be to hire a guy like myself for instance. Who’s fighting style is almost identical to Khabib. I made a career out of using my superior Wrestling ability to outfight opponents in a cage while still remaining three-dimensional. I know how to beat guys like myself. I know what works To stiful takedowns, catch Submission’s on the fly, stop ground and pound from being affective and escapes from bottom based on the same techniques and philosophies that worked on me.
“Mixed martial arts is no longer a game of Style vs style. It’s man versus man, game planning / executing game plans and evolution. The best athletes in the world take a loss as an opportunity to learn and evolve. I have the experience and credentials to prove it. I am for hire!! If you like this share it.”