Conor McGregor’s coach John Kavanagh was the first to break the news that the former dual champion had a pre-existing ankle injury in the lead-up to UFC 264. Recently, even Conor McGregor came out, claiming that he had stress fractures in his leg leading up to the fight at UFC 264, and claimed that one could confirm the same with the UFC and the officials. Now, he has come out with a series of photographs from his training camp which shows McGregor treating his ankle.
The former dual champion took to Twitter and posted several photographs with the caption, “All you pull out merchants wouldn’t last 13 seconds in my world. My 4 part Netflix docuseries coming soon has the entire bts. I’m gonna title it ‘Mad Mac’s: Fury Road'”
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This is not the first time we will see Conor McGregor on the screen, with the former dual champion already showcasing his journey of exacting his revenge against Nate Diaz after he lost the first fight back at UFC 196 via submission in the second round.
Earlier, McGregor had posted a video on Instagram following his discharge from the hospital after successful surgery on his leg and claimed that everybody in the UFC was well aware of the injury he had on his ankle leading into the fight.
All you pull out merchants wouldn’t last 13 seconds in my world.
My 4 part Netflix docuseries coming soon has the entire bts.
I’m gonna title it “Mad Mac’s: Fury Road” pic.twitter.com/nNNShC8mfo
— Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) July 16, 2021
McGregor has earlier teased Netflix collaborations in the past, stating that his entertainment company is looking to step into the world of entertainment, revealing that he already has some movies planned for the much anticipated Netflix debut.
Conor McGregor teases Netflix special
“Ask Dana White, Ask UFC, Ask the head doctor of UFC, they knew my leg had stress fractured going into that cage. There was a bit about pulling the things out because I was sparring with no shin pads, I kicked the knee a few times. So I had multiple stress fractures in the shin bones above the ankle. Then I had the problem with my ankle anyway throughout the year for f****g fighting all the time.”
Conor McGregor: Notorious which was released back in 2017 revealed behind the scene footage of McGregor, which detailed his rise as a mixed martial artist all the way to his grueling rivalry with Nate Diaz. Needless to say, the upcoming four-part documentary series is going to be equally exciting, giving fight fans the opportunity to go behind the scenes of McGregor’s return to the Octagon.