UFC scandal: Conor McGregor breaks the silence and releases a controversial revelation about his injury against Poirier

Conor McGregor

Conor mcgregor, star of the UFC, He manifested himself on his social networks (one live on Instagram) to refer to the shocking injury suffered (left leg tibia fracture) last weekend in the first round against Dustin Poirier. The Irish fighter, who underwent surgery on Sunday, revealed that he had already entered the fight against Poirier with “Stress fractures in his leg.”

As McGregor could indicate in said direct from the social network Instagram, both Dana White (president of the UFC) and the UFC itself knew this information and that the fight was almost canceled due to the previous injury he had. “I got injured going into the fight. People ask me, ‘When did your leg break?’ Ask Dana White, ask the UFC, ask Dr. Davidson, the UFC’s chief physician. They knew he had stress fractures in his leg when he went into that cage, “he said.

Lethal! Michael Bisping advises Conor McGregor to fire his coach

Notably, Conor’s injury was one of the toughest of his career, and it will take him a recovery at least until the end of this year and six weeks on crutches. ‘The Notorious’ made a direct of Instagram this Thursday and surprised the world of the UFC by commenting that he already had a stress injury. Despite this, his coach, Eric Nicksick, had said in his networks that the injury had occurred after a front kick to the elbow from Poirier.

McGregor’s word and scandal

“There was a debate about getting the thing out because I was sparring without shin guards and kicking my knee a couple of times. So I had multiple shin stress fractures above my ankle and then I had ankle problems anyway through the years of fucking fights all the time, ”the 33-year-old famous fighter maintained. What’s more; He added that “I also hit my ankle in every training session.”

The Dublin-born gave some more details about his workouts before the injury: “I even did a lot of training sessions when my ankle hurt, I still hadn’t stopped training. I used to train on my back and that’s how I developed those ground shots and back shots. Finally he closed by saying that “Dustin got away from me when he was on top of me and he was landing upward kicks and elbows.”


The post UFC scandal: Conor McGregor breaks the silence and releases a controversial revelation about his injury against Poirier appeared first on El Intra Sports.

What's Your Reaction?

hate hate
confused confused
fail fail
fun fun
geeky geeky
love love
lol lol
omg omg
win win