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“The game isn’t worth the risk,” Conor McGregor said after Ryan Curtis suffered a terrible injury. “There is no point in continuing to play.”


Conor McGregor has expressed his solidarity with Ryan Curtis, a fellow countryman and mixed martial arts competitor, following the news that Curtis sustained a life-altering injury while training yesterday.

Within the realm of mixed martial arts (MMA), Curtis has a record of 6-4 and has competed for both Bellator MMA and Cage Warriors.

However, as a result of the accident that occurred yesterday, he is permanently unable to move either his left arm or his legs. An individual who is a member of the same squad as Curtis and who holds the top spot in the Bellator featherweight rankings, Leah McCourt, has provided some insight into the tragic situation.

Additionally, McGregor’s striking instructor, Owen Roddy, took to Instagram to share the news with his followers, posting the following:

“My old student for many years and an amazing young man @chaoscurtis suffered a severe and life changing injury yesterday breaking his neck & back…”
See the post that is below:

After that, Roddy’s message was uploaded to McGregor’s Instagram story, where ‘The Notorious’ sent some meaningful words of his own to Ryan Curtis from the perspective of his own personal experience. In his letter, the Irishman was forthright and honest, as he revealed the facts that he believed many people were reluctant to hear.

“The Notorious” is the author of this:

“The news regarding Curta is quite upsetting. The game is not worth taking the chance on. Regarding the truth, we do not wish to speak. Curta, I want to thank God for your small family. Please make sure to keep them close to you and for the blessings of God on your brother.

“Conor McGregor is just petty and wants to get it all back” – Beneil Dariush

Since he suffered a leg injury in a fight against Dustin Poirier at UFC 264 in July 2021, Conor McGregor has not competed inside the octagon.

During the previous year, it was reported that he would be joining Michael Chandler as a coach for the upcoming season of “The Ultimate Fighter.”

A fight between the coaches was anticipated to take place in the octagon after the show aired from the 30th of May until the 15th of August. The Ultimate Fighting Championship has not yet made an official announcement on their fight, which has led to rumors regarding McGregor’s possible return.

‘The Notorious’ has accomplished all there is to do in mixed martial arts, and many people have pondered what has kept him motivated. The fact that McGregor is keen to continue competing in the UFC has left some people perplexed, despite the fact that his net worth is well over one hundred million dollars.

Beneil Dariush, on the other hand, has proposed an intriguing hypothesis regarding the reasons why the Irishman is interested in returning to the octagon. In a recent interview with The Schmo, Dariush disclosed the following information:

I have no idea what his reasons are for doing what he is doing… All you have to do is ask him. But perhaps he is a very petty person. What are your thoughts on that matter? Simply put, he is a petty person who wants to get everything back. I am referring to all of his losses by saying that I could empathize with him. There are people who have beaten me, and I want to beat them all.

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