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Conor McGregor Claims His Toe Injury is More Painful and serious than his Broken Leg

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Conor McGregor, the charismatic Irish fighter, has been making headlines once again. Scheduled to headline UFC 303 alongside Michael Chandler, McGregor’s return was highly anticipated after a nearly three-year hiatus due to a foot injury sustained during UFC 264 against Dustin Poirier.

However, fate had other plans. During training, McGregor suffered a broken toe, forcing him to withdraw from the fight. In a recent interview with Severe MMA, he shed light on the severity of the injury and his return timeline.

The Painful Reality

McGregor didn’t mince words when describing the pain: “It’s very, very painful – probably even more than the leg, and that’s the truth.” He explained that the exposed nature of the foot made it particularly excruciating. Unlike the leg, which was at least wrapped up, the broken toe left him vulnerable.

Conor McGregor’s Road to Recovery

Despite the setback, Conor McGregor remains optimistic. He had hoped to wrap up the fight in June, celebrate his birthday, and then focus on a return in September or October. UFC CEO Dana White confirmed that McGregor’s return would be the first event with a live gate of over $20 million, showcasing the star power he still wields.

Unwavering Support

The cancellation of the Dublin press conference and the fight against Chandler led to speculation about McGregor’s future. However, he praised the UFC for their support during this challenging time. “Everything is moving parts,” he said. “The injury is a nuisance, but we keep it dialed in.”

As fans eagerly await updates, McGregor’s resilience and determination remain unwavering. Broken toe or not, “The Notorious” is ready to step back into the octagon.

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