‘Biggest comeback in sports history’: Watch Connor McGregor show pad power as he prepares for the return of a broken leg

'Biggest comeback in sports history': Watch Connor McGregor show pad power as he prepares for the return of a broken leg

Speaking on Instagram, McGregor shared powerful punching pictures on pads with his 42.8 million followers.

“Back on the pads for the first time! What a fuss! “ A puffy McGregor wrote in the clip caption.

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“As my good friend Schwarzenegger says, ‘I’m coming back, ladies!’

“Back with a vengeance!”

“Thank you to all my doctors and my team for allowing me to arrive so quickly after the operation! There is work to be done, but I am known to be working.

“Slip for the biggest comeback in sports history! “

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The 33-year-old Dubliner, who underwent surgery for a fractured tibia and fibula in his left leg in July after losing his first-round doctorate to Dustin Poyer of the UFC in 264, made the bold claim.

This was a setback for The Notorious, their American opponent, who are now 2-1 up in their trilogy.

Although Donald ‘Cowboy’ defeated Seron in January 2020, McGregor is 1-3 in his last four visits to Octagon, defeating Russian lightweight icon Khabib Narmagomedov in a fight before October 2018.

Poyer will play for the lightweight title against reigning champion Charles Oliveira of UFC 269 in mid-December.

Former two-weight champion McGregor has previously said he aims for a fourth fight against pointers next year – with the blessing of UFC boss Dana White.

“In two more months I will be able to kick, wrestle and run again. I am happy and thankful for my current position. ” McGregor added in another clip uploaded on social media.

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“It simply came to our notice then. There are 8 weeks left in this calendar year. Ideal to get ahead of 22. Do you think a broken bone can stop me? Ho I have 3 legs ” He added by tagging Netflix amid reports that the Irish star has a four-part documentary deal with the US media giant.

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