“My personal opinion, I think he went up too fast in weight, and I think he fought the wrong guy in that weight. It’s just something that happens in fighting, and we should all learn from our mistakes. That’s what fighting is all about, learning from our mistakes, improving our mistakes, and improving ourselves. Not giving up.”
— Everyone in the combat sports world has been chiming in on Conor McGregor’s monumental first defeat inside the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Octagon. In Mike Tyson’s view, as he stated on The Jim Rome Show via Bloody Elbow, “Notorious” may have pushed himself a bit too much after going up to the Welterweight division to take on such an experienced and tough fighter like Nate Diaz. Still, the former boxing champ has some encouraging words for “Notorious” saying that he’ll learn from his mistakes and come back stronger. Something he says Ronda Rousey will do, as well, especially since her next challenge will be Miesha Tate, someone Tyson says “Rowdy” will beat again.
Source:: mma mania