Conor McGregor told his ‘career is over’ after snapping ankle against Dustin Poirier


Conor McGregor has been told his career is over after breaking his ankle in a freak accident at UFC 264 against Dustin Poirier. The Diamond has claimed victory in their trilogy fight, though the rivalry remains as heated as ever.

McGregor has been told his career is over after snapping his ankle against Poirier in brutal fashion at UFC 264.

It came at the end of the first round when the Irishman launched full force into a punch only to put all his weight onto his ankle.


The result saw it completely snap in a horrific and freak accident, leading to a doctor’s stoppage as the bell rang.

It means Poirier has emerged from their trilogy bout as the overall winner, landing victory in the last two fights the rivals have had.

There will be some who insist a fourth fight is on the way, McGregor included.


But the ankle snap was a bad one and there are many who reckon that this is the end of the road for Notorious, who could need years to get back up to scratch.

YouTube sensation Logan Paul, whose brother Jake is attempting to stir up a rivlary, led the tweets, posting: “Damn. crazy to see a star with such a meteoric rise literally plummet into the ground just a few years later. It’s sad tbh. RIP Conor McGregor’s career.”

While this UFC fan said: “McGregor era is over imo. What a ride. Brought mma to the platform it is now. Wonderful career.”


And this supporter wrote: “Conor McGregor is finished. Focus on Proper Twelve #UFC264.”

A fourth said: “I feel like McGregor isn’t the same as he use to be I have a feeling his ufc career is almost over.”

Another tweeted: “RIP Conor Mcgregor. Unbelievable career. We held out hope for a return but he’s done. But he’s been bad for a while and it’s over.”


“Sorry bud, I feel like your career is over. You have accomplished A TON but your time is done,” this fan said.

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