Joe Rogan has supplied an in depth breakdown of Conor McGregor’s ugly leg damage at UFC 264.
Rogan was on commentary responsibility that evening and had a better have a look at McGregor’s damage from his sales space.
Throughout a latest episode of the Joe Rogan Expertise, Rogan broke down how Conor McGregor ended up breaking his leg in his struggle in opposition to Dustin Poirier. The UFC commentator supplied a really detailed breakdown whereas watching the clip of the incident.
This is Joe Rogan’s evaluation of Conor McGregor breaking his leg at UFC 264:
Rogan mentioned that Conor McGregor’s shin would possibly’ve additionally been compromised from one of many leg kicks and never precisely from the one Poirier thought did the injury.
Rogan additionally pointed to how Poirier checked considered one of McGregor’s kicks and pointed in direction of his shin, realizing the injury that had occurred.
“It regarded just like the shin was compromised on one of many leg kicks too, not the one which Dustin thought, Dustin thought that it was most likely broken greater than as soon as as a result of Dustin checked one of many kicks after which pointed to Conor’s shin, like ‘I do know that damage you’.”
Rogan additional added that there have been quite a few horrific damaged bone accidents within the UFC just lately. The likes of Jacare Souza and Chris Weidman have been concerned in horrific incidents just lately, and Conor McGregor is the most recent to affix that record.
“This is what’s actually loopy, there’s been so many fights within the UFC and to have these breaks in a row. There’s been Jacare Souza received his arm damaged, Chris Weidman received his leg damaged, there’s been a ton of breaks, over and again and again.”
Conor McGregor as soon as once more misplaced to Dustin Poirier at UFC 264
On the UFC 264 PPV, Conor McGregor as soon as once more misplaced to Dustin Poirier for the second successive struggle.
Having misplaced to ‘The Diamond’ at UFC 257, McGregor didn’t avenge his loss and didn’t get his hand raised contained in the octagon after a brutal third struggle with Poirier.
That being mentioned, there’s a likelihood of the UFC reserving a fourth struggle between Conor McGregor and Dustin Poirier shifting ahead. Nonetheless, the Louisianan is predicted to struggle for the UFC light-weight title first.