Conor McGregor Talks His Knee Injury Against Max Holloway

Conor McGregor Talks His Knee Injury Against Max Holloway

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At tonight’s UFC Fight Night 26 from TD Bank garden in Boston, Massachusetts, vaunted Featherweight prospect Conor McGregor fought an impressive one-sided decision victory over young fighter Max Holoway. Mcgregor showed some varied strikes and looked strong, but was disappointed that he didn’t earn the finish. 

This was attributed to a knee injury that he suffered in the second round. Check out his post-fight interview from MMA H.E.A.T. to get McGregor’s thoughts. Who should he fight next?

 

 

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  • http://lowkickmma.com/author/SatelliteMan SatelliteMan

    This guy's pretty awesome

  • http://lowkickmma.com/author/SVGoogle SVGoogle

    Yeah, I know that rolling hit he did, haha. Crazy shot for mma – you can loose your position very easy!

  • http://lowkickmma.com/author/Entity Entity

    He's pretty down the Earth. Cocky only in confidence. He'll improve quickly as well.

  • http://lowkickmma.com/author/cranestyle cranestyle

    He has talent but fights very upright and doesn't move his head a lot. An aggressive, elite opponent will make him pay for that.

    • http://lowkickmma.com/author/Dastardly_Dave Dastardly_Dave

      Watch the Ivan Buchinger fight, (I was cage side for that mental atmosphere), tell me he doesn't have head movement then ",
      But I know what you mean about the stance…. however I think that's what allows him to throw the diversity of kicks from that range, then slip into boxing mode wen in tight.
      Solid fighter and really impressed with his grappling.