John Kavanaugh dropped a bombshell tidbit about of Conor McGregor’s UFC 264.
Conor McGregor’s long-time head coach, John Kavanaugh, revealed that McGregor had an ankle harm that he fought with forward of the UFC 264 fundamental occasion with Dustin Poirier.
“Somewhat little bit of that ankle had been aggravated through the camp.” he stated. “We received a scan on it, and did that every one have a component to play in weakening it? I don’t know.”
McGregor confronted Poirier in a trilogy bout to find out who would face light-weight champion, Charles Oliveira, within the division’s subsequent title struggle. Sadly for the previous double-champion, the blockbuster trilogy bout didn’t go his method. A freak accident on the finish of the primary spherical compelled the physician to name off the struggle, as McGregor suffered a damaged left tibia within the course of.
The win concluded the mini-series with Poirier edging McGregor in two of the three fights between them.
John Kavanaugh revealed the information to Laura Sanko
In an Instagram stay session, Kavanaugh advised UFC correspondent Laura Sanko that McGregor had an ankle harm that impacted his preparation.
“He is available in then, then they change crosses [with a hook]. They each missed with their left hand, he involves step again on it, and that’s when it’s that horrifying break”
It’s unclear as to how lengthy McGregor can be out, however solely time will inform.