Michael Bisping Reveals John McCarthy’s Insights on Conor McGregor’s Injury

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Conor McGregor’s highly anticipated UFC 303 fight against Michael Chandler has hit a roadblock. While the exact details of McGregor’s injury remain undisclosed, former UFC middleweight champion Michael Bisping claims to have insider information.

During a recent video on his YouTube channel, Bisping shared that veteran MMA referee “Big” John McCarthy informed him about McGregor’s mystery injury. According to McCarthy, the former two-division champion has injured the same leg he famously broke in his trilogy bout against Dustin Poirier.

Michael Bisping Opens up on Conor McGregor’s Injury

Bisping quoted McCarthy, saying, “This fight is not happening. He [McGregor] is injured, he has hurt himself. His leg, the leg that he broke, that snapped against Dustin Poirier. The titanium shin bone has failed.”

UFC 303 will now feature a light heavyweight title clash between reigning champion Alex Pereira and former champion Jiri Prochazka. UFC CEO Dana White has indicated that the promotion will consider rescheduling the McGregor vs. Chandler fight once McGregor is fully healed. According to MMA journalist Ariel Helwani, the UFC aims to reschedule the bout for August or September.

However, doubts linger about McGregor’s fighting future. Former UFC champion Daniel Cormier questions whether McGregor will ever step inside the octagon again. Cormier acknowledges McGregor’s extravagant lifestyle and suggests that the longer the wait, the less likely it is that he will return to competitive fighting.

After the announcement combat sports enthusiasts erupted with all kinds of reactions and expressed their concerns over the issue, it will be interesting to see whether we will be able to witness Conor McGregor in the Octagon again or is this Injury going to finish the career of one of the greatest UFC fighters ever.

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