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ATT owner about Dustin Poirier VS Khabib

Dustin Poirier has had an insane street to get to a title shot. The 30-year-old had battled the absolute best of both the featherweight and lightweight divisions before getting an interval lightweight title shot against Max Holloway at UFC 236.

Poirier would proceed to vanquish Holloway for the second time in his vocation that night in Atlanta. To see 'The Diamond' at long last catch UFC gold was a dreamlike inclination for American Top Team proprietor, Dan Lambert.

"We enjoyed the battle going in yet I don't accuse the oddsmakers or anybody supposing Max was going to win," Lambert said to BJPENN.com. "The run he has been on is unfathomable. When was the last time he lost a battle? He was just improving and better. He was making it look simple against insane heroes. We thought Dustin was the greater hitter and individuals belittled his cardio. We figured he could take the battle where he expected to take it.

"Not a ton of folks are that in the rec center that I would be more joyful for. Poirier has experienced a great deal for an extensive stretch of time," he included. "To take the way he took to continue chugging along and after that to get what he got the opportunity to beat a person like Holloway was quite cool."

One of the greatest battle of the year

Presently, with the success, the desire is that Dustin Poirier will battle Khabib Nurmagomedov for the undisputed lightweight title at UFC 242 in Abu Dhabi. With the two men holding titles, and the star control the two of them have, Lambert anticipates that it should be one of the greater battles the advancement puts on this year.

"It is a tremendous battle. Khabib has turned into a star. He has that beast prevail upon Conor McGregor and he is a mammoth," he said. "You have the main contender on the planet, you have a person with a between time title. They will go at it. It is a major battle for Dustin and a major battle for the UFC. We are amped up for it."

Despite the fact that Nurmagomedov has just lost one round in his whole vocation and is 27-0, Lambert accepts there is a reasonable way to triumph for Poirier. What's more, that is bringing the champ into the later adjusts.

"Khabib hasn't lost numerous rounds or numerous seconds of a battle," Lambert clarified. "In the event that Dustin is remaining before a worn out Khabib in the fourth round like Al Iaquinta was, Khabib is in for a universe of shit."

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