Conor McGregor DROPS sparring partner with a move he claims HE created

Conor McGregor DROPS sparring partner with a move the Irishman claims HE created as the former UFC double champion continues to train for possible octagon comeback in 2023 following brutal leg break

  • Conor McGregor knocks out his sparring partner in a video posted on his Instagram
  • The UFC fighter uses a move he claims he created to deliver the knockout blow
  • The Irishman has fought for over a year after rehabbing his broken leg
  • McGregor is expected to fight again in 2023 after he finishes his first movie role

Conor McGregor has taken to social media to show he’s ready for a return to the Octagon, by pulling off a move he claims to have invented and then dropping his poor sparring partner with it.

The former UFC Lightweight Champion has been out of action for more than a year rehabbing his broken leg, but was expected to make his comeback early next year. However, a recent movie casting could now set that date back further.

That hasn’t stopped the 34-year-old showing that he’s more than ready to return to action, with a video post on his Instagram feed displaying a move in his ‘Conor McGregor Created’ repertoire.

Conor McGregor took to Instagram to post a video of him training with his sparring partner

Conor McGregor took to Instagram to post a video of him training with his sparring partner

In the video McGregor displays a move 'he created' which starts with a fake spinning back kick

In the video McGregor displays a move ‘he created’ which starts with a fake spinning back kick

The Irishman then launches into a back hand rifle, a move he calls 'Our day will come' which drops his opponent to the mat

The Irishman then launches into a back hand rifle, a move he calls ‘Our day will come’ which drops his opponent to the mat

The former UFC Champion stands tall as his opponent slumps in the corner after the move

The former UFC Champion stands tall as his opponent slumps in the corner after the move

In the clip, the ‘Notorious’ fighter is shown in a sparring session, where he performs a move he says no one has ever seen before. Calling the fake Spinning back kick into a back hand rifle ‘the tiocfaidh ar la’ – which is Irish for ‘our day will come’.

The back hand shot is certainly effective, as the impact sends his sparring partner to the ground and he is left slumped in one of the corners of the cage.

Alongside the video, McGregor explains the move and its name to his ‘students’ and boasts about the hours he has put into a craft that he has mastered.

Conor McGregor was expected to be back in action in early 2023 but will be delayed after he took on his first-ever film role

Conor McGregor was expected to be back in action in early 2023 but will be delayed after he took on his first-ever film role

‘What’s up my students! Here is another brand spankin’ “Conor McGregor Created” shot for you all. I know you’ve never seen this one before. Like the rest of them. A Fake spinning back kick into a back hand rifle.

I call this shot “the tiocfaidh ar la” Our day will come.

Shout out and tag and support all the companies in that cage and that gym, they are mine. Praise be to the hours I’ve put into my craft. If you’ve seen the amount of hours I’ve put into my mastery, it wouldn’t seem so masterful at all.’

McGregor hasn’t fought in the UFC since his back-to-back defeats to Dustin Poirier in July last year, the first of which was the first knockout loss of his career.

Earlier this month it was revealed that the Irishman will be taking on his first movie role, as he stars alongside Jake Gyllenhaal in the remake of the 80s classic Road House.

The last time we saw McGregor in the Octagon was his loss to Dustin Poirier in July last year

The last time we saw McGregor in the Octagon was his loss to Dustin Poirier in July last year

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