Conor McGregor Shows Injury That Sidelined Him From UFC 303


Conor McGregor shows his injury.

On June 13, Dana White announced that Conor McGregor was injured and unable to compete against Michael Chandler at UFC 303 on June 29.

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Chael Sonnen claimed that McGregor was going to rehab.

McGregor took to social media to show that he suffered a broken toe, which caused the fight to be postponed.

"We had a lapse in concentration and engaged in a training session without wearing the full protective gear and I hit the toe off the elbow and broke the toe clean. It needs a few weeks, that’s it," he wrote.

A new date for McGregor vs. Chandler has not been announced.

UFC 303 will now be headlined by UFC light heavyweight champion Alex Pereira defending against former champion Jiri Prochazka.

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