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“He kicked too much” – Doctors are skeptical of Conor McGregor’s entry into UFC 264 for “stress fracture”

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A few days after his 3.5-hour surgery after UFC 264, Conor McGregor gave new news about his condition. Notorious now says he entered the fight with his compromised left foot and that the UFC doctor and Dana White know everything about it.

“I got into a fight and got hurt,” McGregor said. “People ask me,‘ When was the leg broken? What time did the leg break? Ask Dana White, UFC, ask UFC Chief Medical Officer Dr. Davidson. When I entered that cage, I had stress fractures in my leg. ”

“There were several stress fractures in the bone marrow above the ankle. And then I always suffer from ankle pain during the years I struggle. ”

Only McGregor and his team know if this is true or not. But if we want to get some insight, here are what doctors David Abbassi and Rajpal Brar say.

Dr. Raj, a physiotherapist and sports scientist, asked why McGregor continued to use it to kick his injured leg, knowing full well the possibility of injury.

By allowing McGregor to compete there, the UFC could face the problem of misbehavior.

If you’re Conor and Conor’s stayer and trainer, and you’re worried about your foot, why continue to focus on using it on a calf kick or teeps if you think the risk of breaking that foot is high? Especially with a fighter like Conor, who is relatively new to these strikes, you know that accuracy goes down and that risk increases.

And moreover, his foot has not yet adapted to these types of blows.

Given these factors, and given the idea that the UFC and their head of sports medicine, Conor McGregor, would commit offenses by clearing for this fight, it’s hard to believe his views today.

Dr. David Abbassi, an orthopedic sports surgeon, and an MMA ring doctor agree.

While he acknowledged that McGregor, like most of his contemporaries, may have entered less than 100%, he wondered why that leg was used over and over again, and the incredible stress fractured og. Given the riq.

Fair. I think he could really have something in terms of a stress reaction or a stress break. I would definitely like to see how her doctors, including potential MRI studies, do imaging research.

For those who have broken the stress on his leg, to get into this fight, I’m sure he kicked a lot. Not something you usually see …

Stress reactions or stress fractures can be very painful. And they don’t usually have the movement that Conor McGregor had at the time.

Abbasi also scrutinized McGregor’s recently published photos. With these pictures, McGregor continued to speculate that his combat injury was due to an injury he sustained during a previous camp. However, looking at these photos, Abbasi determined that any injury shown there was not related to the amputation of McGregor’s leg he received at UFC 264.

McGregor will be out of action for the next six months and his boss is waiting for him to return to the cage a year later.



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