Yeah it's more of a predator attacking prey than it is a fighting style. Clobbers them and then this relentless attack. He's not a boxer, but he can strike and instead of coming for another strike, he jumps on them and just doesn't quit. What it's going to take to beat him is a striker that is strong enough to resist the clobbering and continue to strike. Max did pretty good but he't this tall lanky dude that didn't have the core strength to keep from being maneuvered. I think if he steps up a weigh class it might be where he will start getting beat. Sorry, but I don't see him being able to clobber Nate Diaz or several others just a class or two up.Anyone who hasn't watched Khabib's fights, it's like watching an octopus eat an oyster.
Khabib will get Justin on the cage, where there's no room to sprawl. Then he will get a double-leg locked in and will slowly digest Justin, beginning with his feet and going up from there.
Then you should probably be watching boxing.