“That Manny Pacquiao fight was happening,” Conor is not so sure about the fight with Pacquiao after UFC 257


“That Manny Pacquiao fight was happening,” Conor is not so sure about the fight with Pacquiao after UFC 257
Manny Pacquiao vs. Conor McGregor

Conor McGregor was knocked out by Dustin Poirier in the second round at UFC 257 and it was Conor’s first knock out loss in MMA.

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Conor McGregor and boxing legend Manny Pacquiao were supposed to fight later this year and because these two-share the same management team there was some serious talking involved for the same.

But after the defeat at UFC 257 Conor’s not so sure if this fight is ever going to happen, at the post-fight conference he said “There’s none of them leg kicks in boxing, I always did want to focus on my MMA career, but I’m also open you know what I mean? I’ll just see what happens… I don’t know what will happen. That Manny [Pacquiao] fight was happening, you know what I mean? It was as good as done.

“I just want to get in and get back into a bounce, especially against that style of fighter and not take those kicks. Don’t play with those kicks. It’s just a motherf—ker to take.”

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“My leg is completely dead,” Conor McGregor speaks out on his condition after the fight

Conor McGregor

Dustin Poirier completely broke Conor McGregor’s lead foot in their fight, although he knocked him out with a punch on the head, he did significant damage to that lead leg as well.

Conor disclosed how painful these kicks were and said this during the interview.

“My leg is completely dead, and even though I felt like I was checking them, it was just sinking into the muscle in the front of the leg, and it was badly compromised, he said. “It’s like an American football in my shoe at the minute. It is what it is. Dustin fought a hell of a fight.”

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