Conor McGregor slapped with 6-month medical suspension after UFC 257 battering by Dustin Poirier

Beaten Irishman Conor McGregor has been hit with a six-month clinical suspension subsequent to experiencing a first-since forever knockout loss on account of lightweight adversary Dustin Poirier in their rematch at UFC 257.

McGregor motioned after his second-round rout to ‘The Diamond’ in Abu Dhabi that he needed to run it back with the American in a set of three, however he could be disappointed by a period uninvolved subsequent to being allowed a 180-day clinical suspension because of a right tibia/fibula injury supported during the session.

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Poirier completed McGregor with a weighty torrent of shots halfway during that time round yet McGregor later highlighted the savage calf kicks from his adversary as genuinely disabling him.

The Irishman was seen leaving the Etihad Arena on a prop and depicted the harm as wanting to have “an American football under his suit.”

Poirier later itemized the system to use low kicks, clarifying that McGregor’s wide position and inability to check the blows appropriately had prompted his prosperity.

As is standard, McGregor’s clinical suspension doesn’t mean he will be compelled to pass on the whole time frame and could return sooner whenever cleared by specialists.

Poirier, in the mean time, was given a compulsory seven-day suspension for a rest period.

After McGregor’s misfortune – which came in his first octagon appearance in quite a while – talk went to what in particular comes next for the previous two-weight champion.

A third battle with Poirier is viewed as an alternative, just like a set of three with Nate Diaz – McGregor’s dance accomplice for two exemplary experiences in 2016.

Reacting for calls from the McGregor camp for a set of three battle with Poirier to be for the 155lbs title, Poirier excused the idea, tweeting: “Crown me now.”

The title is presently held by resigned Russian star Khabib Nurmagomedov, however since any thought of ‘The Eagle’ getting back to the enclosure for one last time appears to be dead and covered, the belt he possesses will unavoidably be cleared.

McGregor, 32, had trusted that a success against Poirier would drive him towards a rematch with harsh adversary Khabib, who had evidently said that something “marvelous” from his lightweight opponents at UFC 257 could draw him into turning around the retirement declaration he made subsequent to submitting Justin Gaethje back last October.

McGregor didn’t seem, by all accounts, to be feeling such a large number of sick impacts of his loss on Monday, sharing a video of himself working a toy digger on a sea shore, vowing to “construct it back!”

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