Conor McGregor Walks For The First Time Since UFC 264

After not being able to walk for over a month, Conor McGregor posted a video on Instagram to show his progress.

McGregor (22-6) suffered a broken tibia in a trilogy fight with Dustin Poirier (28-6). A lot of people thought that it was the end for the Irish fighter, but just minutes after breaking his leg, McGregor announced his comeback while talking to Joe Rogan in the octagon.

In the post, he said there’s still a long way to go.

McGregor has been posting pictures and videos of training, even with the broken tibia, where he is doing some pull-ups to stay in shape.

After UFC 264, McGregor said he entered the fight with Poirier with a few pre-existing stress fractures on his leg. He immediately went into surgery following the matchup and has been recovering ever since.

“Today is a momentous day!!! I walked for the first time since surgery. Bearing 50% of my big body weight!” he wrote on the post.

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