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UFC lightweight veteran Vinc Pichel recently opened up on the injury that was sustained by Conor McGregor against Dustin Poirier at UFC 264. McGregor had suffered a horrific broken leg in his trilogy fight against ‘The Diamond’. The Irishman later stated that he went into the fight with some stress fractures that cost him.
Vinc Pichel reflects on the injury of Conor McGregor
Vinc Pichel recently spoke with Sportskeeda MMA’s John Hyon Ko. He stated that Conor McGregor’s post-fight statements are perfectly feasible. He said:
“McGregor probably had an injury and just kinda bulls****ed his way through. Because let’s be honest, us as fighters, we are master competitors and if we’re injured, anyone else is the last person to know if we don’t want them to know. He very well could have been injured.”
Pichel believes the injury is a possibility and he takes bigger issue with the fact that McGregor chose to fight knowing that his leg was compromised. He stated that:
“In the end it’s his f***ing responsibility right? He could’ve been like ‘hey I’m too injured, I couldn’t fight this fight’… His pride got to him. Lesson learned for you. Be a f***ing man, have some self responsibility, like, if you know you’re not able to fight, then don’t fight. Don’t try to blame other people and try to f*** other people for it. That’s a real s****y thing for him to do. But let’s be honest, I’m not surprised, it’s Conor McGregor.”
There are talks of a fourth bout between McGregor and Poirier. But, that will not taking place anytime soon as ‘The Notorious One’ will be out for several months.