Conor McGregor despatched a message of assist to Chris Weidman after he suffered one of many worst accidents in UFC historical past.
Weidman broke his leg within the opening seconds of his UFC 261 struggle with Uriah Corridor in Jacksonville, Florida on Saturday evening.
Upon influence, the previous middleweight champion’s leg snapped and he crumbled to the ground with the struggle instantly known as off.
Weidmann was transferred straight to hospital, the place he underwent surgical procedure.
Anderson Silva was amongst these to put up a message of assist to Weidman, having suffered an identical harm again in 2013.
Conor McGregor added to these sending messages and warned ‘cautious on them kicks lads!’
He wrote on Twitter: “Hoping Chris Weidman has full restoration! By no means good to see.
“Loopy is the calf kick. No talent, stability, or flexibility, or something does it take. It’s like watching a punt of a pig pores and skin within the 50s. Up the yard!
“Loopy the way it can go both approach. One nice for you, or actual unhealthy towards.”
He added: “He needed to have a load of micro fractures within the leg probably for it snap then. The position of the kick was good sufficient. It wasn’t totally checked. He hit the meat. Sufficient of it anyway. Needed to have been broken over time with out realizing. Put on and tear.
“Cautious on them kicks lads!”
McGregor was on the receiving finish of some brutal leg kicks in his final time within the Octagon towards Dustin Poirier.
The Irishman was surprised by Poirier on Struggle Island in January because the American sealed an unbelievable second-round stoppage to avenge his defeat in 2014 thanks largely to his brutal kicking of McGregor’s calves.
In an interview after the struggle, McGregor mentioned: “My leg is totally lifeless. It’s like an American soccer in my go well with on the minute.”
McGregor posted an image on Instagram two weeks after the struggle displaying his leg nonetheless resembled an American soccer.
McGregor is ready to face Poirier in July to finish their trilogy.