Dustin Poirier versus Conor McGregor at UFC 264 will hopefully finish the storyline backward and forward fighters. While it’s been an excellent competition which has led to two stoppage wins for, 264 appears is the someone to for sure prove who’s better. The champion may also presumable function as the #1 contender for that Lightweight title following a new champion is topped at UFC 262.ADVERTISEMENTArticle continues below this adPoirier supports the latest win within the series from UFC 257. But what’s the strategy that Poirier employs to organize with this unpredictable fight? Well, the main one factor he surely doesn’t do is watch an excessive amount of film of his opponent in order to not over-evaluate the battle. That’s a strategy he’ll use for that trilogy too.ADVERTISEMENTArticle continues below this ad“As my career has progressed, I’ve spent a shorter period overthinking fight footage. However I certainly watch film for any good bit and find out habits, reactions to particular things. The way in which guys change levels to prevent takedowns. Throw counter shots, which Conor is extremely harmful at. I actually do search for things but I’m not likely to overwhelm myself if you attempt to interrupt everything lower and add too much because I did previously do this, also it drives me nuts and me up during the night.”Dustin Poirier: Has he found the winning formula?Dustin Poirier is around the cusp of cementing themself among the best lightweights in the recent past. The final time Poirier lost to the Lightweight not named Khabib Nurmagomedov is at 2016.ADVERTISEMENTArticle continues below this adABU DHABI, Uae – SEPTEMBER 06: Dustin Poirier poses around the scale throughout the UFC 242 weigh-in in the Arena on September 6, 2021 in Abu Dhabi, Uae. (Photo by Shaun Bottari/Zuffa LLC/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images)Poirier continues to be almost unbeatable since upgrading to Lightweight and it has been showing his brilliance within the division. The 2nd grapple with Conor McGregor demonstrated just that. You will find levels within the division, and Poirier certainly sits atop. But on a day, there’s no fighter more deadly than McGregor.ADVERTISEMENTArticle continues below this adPoirier understands that McGregor includes a deadly countershot. However that isn’t all. McGregor is really a notoriously fast-starter in fights, while Poirier must feel opponents out. We had that within their second fight when Conor won the very first round. However the final bell is the only goal, also it rang for Poirier before. If he prepares and executes, it might ring once more.