Conor Mcgregor I Am The Future Analysis

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Imagine struggling in school, lacking motivation to try because the topics being taught did not interest you in the slightest. What if the topics you were most passionate about was the ones being taught? There are multiple ways of being intelligent outside a classroom. Gerald Graff writes “Hidden Intellectualism” where he argues that opportunities are being missed to apply kids street smarts to a path of success. Schools are only teaching kids how to be academically intellectual whether it’s the right path for the child or not. Similarly a documentary by Hizzer edits called “I Am The Future” tells the story of the MMA superstar Conor Mcgregor. From being a plumer to amature boxer, Mcgregor crawls up the ranks after shortly getting into the MMA community. He was undefeated in the UFC through the stages of becoming the Featherweight champion of the world. Shortly after that his fame started to increase so much so he took the opportunity to become the only fighter in history to be a champion at two different weight classes at the same time. The documentary on Conor Mcgregor argues that …show more content…
In the final analysis of the documentary on Conor McGregor and the article written by Gerald Graff the specifics in one help to reveals several strengths within the other. The documentary on Conor Mcgregor shows how his intellectualism was carried over into his fighting career, giving truth to the claims made in Graff’s writing. In particular the films theory about Mcgregor’s brutal mental warfare, his unique ability to market himself into a star, and his overall strategic fighting style shows us the significance of Graff’s essay. People are quick to think there is nothing intellectual about two men punching each other in the face for 25 minutes. However this narrow way of thinking is preventing opportunities to capitalize on street

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