The fracture of Conor McGregor’s ankle in the closing moments of Round 1 at UFC 264 against Dustin Poirier in 2021 was a pivotal moment that drastically altered not only McGregor’s life, but also the public perception of him. He suffered an accident last month and now it seems McGregor is still recovering from the trauma due to the accident.

Since suffering an injury in 2021, Irish superstar Conor McGregor has been unwavering in his commitment to his recovery and rehabilitation. Throughout his journey, McGregor has kept fans in the loop, regularly updating them on his progress and showcasing his tireless work ethic. This dedication has not gone unnoticed and has earned McGregor admiration and respect from fans who have been impressed by his resolve.

He is in incredible shape and is never afraid to show himself off whenever possible. As previously reported, Conor McGregor was involved in a bicycle accident recently, where he almost lost his life.

The Notorious took to Instagram and uploaded a photo of himself getting treatment on his shoulder after the accident. McGregor added that he is still dealing with the trauma from the accident.


Got a bang of a car full speed. Feel good tho but defo some trauma. Appreciate the help from my long time masseuse and friend, doctor pain @vasile_bria_dr_pain. God bless all of those in Turkey and Syria currently! Mother Nature please go easy on our bodies. God please, our souls ❤️🙏

Conor McGregor will make his return to the octagon to face Michael Chandler. We will have to wait and see how his first fight in almost two years will turn out.

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