UFC: Conor McGregor’s comeback: Sparring for the first time since breaking his leg

cHonor McGregor is back in sparring as he prepares for his long-awaited competition UFC Returning later this year. He’s been infamously unemployed since his fight with the trilogy Dustin Poirier last July. That night, he was defeated in the first round by a technical knockout as the doctors stopped the fight after he broke his left leg.

The 33-year-old has spent this time recovering and is in the final stages of his recovery as he is now back in the ring.

The MMA legend did hard work at the Crumlin Boxing Club in Dublin and posted a series of photos on Instagram to show off his progress.

McGregor He looked in strong shape in the photos and videos he shared, which show him arguing with another boxing club member.

When will Conor McGregor return to work?

McGregor He aims to return to the Octagon as soon as this summer, when he is said to be looking forward to a fight against the welterweight champion Camaro Usman.

But, Dana White He recently told The Sun that he thinks McGregor She won’t be back in the ring until fall at the earliest.

“We are looking forward to the beginning of autumn, if all goes well,” white She said.

“if [McGregor‘s] His leg is recovering properly and he gets the clearance to really start training, then maybe early in the fall.”

Joe Rogan Also warned McGregor Against a quick return to the Octagon, especially if it means facing the current welterweight champion Othman.

Othman He retained his welterweight championship by defeating Colby Covington last November at UFC 268, in a bout he won by unanimous decision.

“Now he’s talking about fighting [Kamaru] OthmanBut be careful what you order, Rogan He said on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast.

Othman He’s a big guy, and he’s at the top of the food chain now.”