“His footwork was awful…what he did good was his precision…he moves in awkward ways…what stood out to me…the precision, the timing…that was pretty good…after about 2 rounds, I figured that out,” stated welterweight contender Chris Van Heerden, who recalled his own sparring session with UFC multi-division champion Conor McGregor. Check it out!
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