Dustin Poirier: ‘If Conor McGregor’s leg wouldn’t have broke, I would have broke his heart’ | Video

Dustin Poirier: ‘If Conor McGregor’s leg wouldn’t have broke, I would have broke his heart’ | Video

Broken-down UFC meantime light-weight champion Dustin Poirier appears to be like relieve on the the largest wins of his profession, including the two over dilapidated two-division titleholder Conor McGregor.

McGregor and Poirier accumulate fought three events. The two first fought at UFC 178 in September 2014 in a featherweight match. McGregor completed Poirier in underneath two minutes.

The two rematched in a steady-weight bout at UFC 257 in January, and the fight didn’t hotfoot anything else admire the first one. Poirier stopped McGregor midway thru the second spherical constructing a trilogy fight.

The two met for the third time within the UFC UFC 264 indispensable even in July. Poirier picked up where he left off within the second fight, but the bout got here to an abrupt end when McGregor suffered a damaged let within the final seconds of the opening spherical.

In a video titled, “Gallop It Wait on,” produced by the UFC within the lead-up to Poirier’s light-weight title bout with champion Charles Oliveira within the UFC 269 indispensable event on Saturday, Poirier regarded relieve on the largest wins in his UFC profession and believes McGregor’s changed into once on his methodology to a sound defeat and the damaged leg reduce relieve that short.

“If his leg wouldn’t accumulate broke, I would possibly per chance presumably accumulate broke his coronary heart. The fight changed into once defective for him. I changed into once in rotund relieve watch over,” Poirier stated. “I saw that scrutinize in his eyes of desperation that I saw in Abu Dhabi. I changed into once going to knock him out. He wasn’t going to fight 5 rounds with me.”

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