UFC interim featherweight champion Conor McGregor wants the world to know that going into the Chad Mendes fight at UFC 189, he was anything but 100%.
Apparently he wasn’t able to throw a single kick during all of his training and still, he was able to go in and get the finish. So now it seems like it’s clear both fighter’s weren’t at optimal health. With Mednes only having two weeks to prepare and McGregor apparently injured, do you think it makes sense to put that fight together and see what happens when they’re both coming out of good, normal training camps?
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‘Conor McGregor comments on overcoming his injuries before the Chad Mendes fight, including not throwing a single kick in training camp.’
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