Conor McGregor medically suspended for up to six months
Conor McGregor was medically suspended for up to six months after suffering a brutal defeat to Dustin Poirier
in the UFC 257 KO, on Saturday in Abu Dhabi.
the next day, McGregor was found on crutches after being caught in a series of devastating kicks from an
American who wanted to meet in a trilogy showdown. It was his third retreat on his last six octagonal outings,
smashing his hopes of landing a money-spinning rematch with rival Khabib Nurmagomedov.
per official recordkeeper mixedmartialarts.com. He can be cleared earlier by a doctor with a negative X-Ray
of his tibia/fibula. However, he has a mandatory 45-day suspension (30-day no contact) for the TKO loss.
That is, he will not be able to fight again until July unless he is authorized by a doctor.
Meanwhile, Poirier has received the standard seven days mandatory rest.
Despite his recent setbacks and his huge bank balances, McGregor categorically claims that he does not intend
to call it a day.
Asked if he would fight again in 2021, he said: You won’t run away by being inactive, and that’s how it is.
“Lick. John, to be honest, I’m crazy. I’m crazy. I’ve done a lot of work.
“Well done, Dustin. We are alone. Good guy. It’s hard to swallow.
“I did a lot of work, I’m proud of my work. I wanted to describe my team a little better. But we can go again,
and it’s That’s all.”
And his trainer, John Cabana, helped him bounce while talking on the Instagram LIve broadcast.
He states: “We had a big fight. Unfortunately, we were short, but here’s the secret. You’ll live with it, we’re all
disappointed, but we’re okay.