Thursday, July 15, 2021 06:46 AM (GMT+7)
(Sports News) UFC legend advises Conor McGregor to fire coach John Kavanagh after losing to Dustin Poirier.
Losing face-to-face with Poirier, McGregor was advised to fire the “intestinal” coach
UFC legend Michael Bisping has advised Conor McGregor to end his partnership with longtime coach John Kavanagh after witnessing the “Crazy Man” losing to Dustin Poirier. In that match, Mc Gregor broke his leg in the first round because of the wrong landing phase and was forfeited.
According to Bisping, even if he didn’t break his leg, he would still fail because he was completely inferior to the opponent, and John Kavanagh was responsible for not being able to help “The Madman” progress.
“Nadal is strong enough to stop Djokovic from winning the Calendar Slam”
Darren Cahill, coach of Simona Halep, believes that Rafael Nadal can win the US Open, thereby stopping Novak Djokovic’s ambition to win the Calendar Slam (4 Grand Slams in the same year). According to Cahill, the “clay king” will reach the perfect state of fitness and form after withdrawing from Wimbledon and the Olympics and become the biggest opponent to Djokovic.
Tsitsipas still haunted by Wimbledon shock
At a press conference ahead of the Hamburg European Open, Stefanos Tsitsipas admitted he still can’t “swallow” the defeat at Wimbledon. At the grass-court Grand Slam, the runner-up Roland Garros suddenly stopped in the first round (losing to Frances Tiafoe), thereby unable to improve his performance in this tournament (3/4 times attended the tournament, all stopped in round 1).
“Fury hurt when Wilder match was postponed”
Carl Froch, a former boxer and now a reporter for Sky Sports, said that Tyson Fury is going through a shock after his big fight with Deontay Wilder was postponed (caused by Fury’s Covid-19 infection). According to Carl Froch, Fury can become depressed, neglect training and have difficulty maintaining determination if the match is delayed for a long time.
(Sports News) Khabib, who beat McGregor in 2018, believes that “Mad Guy” is past its peak