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Mcgregor Hit With Six-Month Medical Suspension

Conor McGregor must serve a six-month medical suspension after he was knocked out by Dustin Poirier.


 McGregor was stopped in the second round following a relentless onslaught from his rival at UFC 257 in Abu Dhabi. 

 The Irishman was issued with a mandatory 45-day suspension for his defeat and a 180-day suspension due to the leg injury he suffered. 

 He can, however, be cleared earlier by a doctor with a negative X-Ray of his tibia/fibula. 

 McGregor’s coach John Kavanagh has already claimed the former two-weight world champion completed a workout on Monday and wants a rematch with Poirier in May.

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