Donald Cerrone Claims He Suffered No Fractures Or Broken Bones At UFC 246

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Donald Cerrone competed in the main event of UFC 246, suffering a first round TKO loss to former two division UFC champion Conor McGregor.

The Nevada Athletic Commission (NAC) suspended Cerrone for six months after the event, stating that the fighter suffered fractures in his nasal and orbital bones.

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Cerrone may not have suffered any fractures at all if the fighter is to be believed, as he recently went on Instagram to dispute the report from the NAC.

Michael Fiedel of The Body Lock captured Cerrone’s Instagram comments and posted them on Twitter:

 

If Cerrone could provide documents from a doctor stating that he has no fractures, it could potentially lead to the six month suspension being reduced and the fighter could return to action sooner than expected.

There has been no comment from either the NAC or UFC as to the claims made by one half of the UFC 246 main event.

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