Conor McGregor Reveals He Still Can't Kick or Grapple Like Before

One can argue that we might not see Conor McGregor back inside the Octagon in 2022.

The Notorious is still nursing the injury he sustained back at UFC 264 against Dustin Poirier in the trilogy fight.

McGregor is not doing a full camp

The former two-division champion has still not started kicking with his left leg and is yet to hit the mat for grappling in preparation for his UFC return.

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Conor mcgregor gives an update about his condition

Speaking to Sky Sports at the Monaco Grand Prix, here's what McGregor had to say.  "We are gonna up the training a little bit, a bit by bit. Should be able to kick now, we've got a CT scan now in the coming days and I will be cleared to kick. Once I can kick and grapple, I will be back in there in no time."


McGregor broke his tibia in the first round during the trilogy bout against Dustin Poirier. With almost an year behind us, the update is a little concerning for fight fans.

It's safe to say Conor McGregor is not doing full camp and will require more time to completely recover from the horrific incident.

"Boxing training is going well, and strength training and that's all. I am excited to get back." McGregor said.

McGregor also made it clear that he will return to the Octagon and has no intention of competing inside the boxing ring anytime soon.

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