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Although Conor McGregor faced a potential six-month medical suspension following his UFC 202 headlining rematch with Nate Diaz due to a possible fracture, he posted a video on his website on Tuesday showing him working out, claiming that the video was shot just two days after the fight.
Following the fight, video footage surfaced, showing McGregor walking on crutches. The Nevada Athletic Commission then issued its customary post-fight medical suspensions, handing McGregor a potential six-month suspension due to a possible left foot/ankle fracture.
The video, which shows McGregor doing a cardio workout two days after the fight, also shows him still favoring his left leg, and using a crutch. That doesn’t necessarily mean that McGregor will be sidelined for six months. Although he faces a minimum period of no contact until Oct. 5, if he gets his foot/ankle cleared by a doctor, he can fight again after Oct. 20.