Jolie Poirier has continued her beef with Conor McGregor as she shared an expert’s opinion on the UFC star’s injury.
McGregor has claimed since losing the contest to Jolie’s husbandDustin that he fought with multiple pre-existing ‘stress fractures’, that have since been rubbished by a sports doctor who claims ‘there is no evidence’ that this was the case.
She retweeted a post from a doctor David Abbasi who said: “Just Zoomed in MRI from Conor post.Its an ankle stress injury to tibia where broke bones.
“This would not even be the study to look for that MRI shows contusion/bruising to ankle joint (lower),appears unrelated to his break BASED ON THIS VIEW.”
Before suffering defeat at the hands of Poirier, McGregor tormented Dustin with screenshot images of an Instagram message request from Jolie Poirier to his personal account.
This caused further unrest and tension between the pair in the build-up to the third episode of their fight series.
The war of words continued right the way until the first bell at UFC 264, where Poirier managed to force a first-round stoppage defeat against McGregor after he was unable to continue due to a broken leg which saw him require surgery.
The former lightweight champion McGregor blasted his opponent after the fight, which lead to critics from across the sport who believes he should not feature in the octagon again after the rant.
After the fight McGregor appeared to make reference to the alleged message again, blasting Poirier for celebrating his victory across the cage.
“Your wife is in my DMs, hey baby,” he jeered as Poirier was leaving the octagon.
“Hit me back up I’ll chat to you later on, I’ll be at the after party at the Wynn night club. You look in bits you little h**!
“This is not over! If I have to take this outside with him it’s on outside I don’t give a b*******.”
Poirier’s wife was spotted responding with a crude gesture, as the atmosphere got heated at the end of an explosive first round which was stopped by the referee Herb Dean.
McGregor is now set for an extended period out of action after being handed a medical suspension which could last up to a year, preventing him from taking part in any potential rumoured boxing clash with YouTube star Jake Paul.
Nate Diaz has since called out No.1 lightweight contender Poirier after his victory over McGregor, which ‘The Diamond’ has responded to saying he will ‘touch up’ the fellow former opponent of the Irishman.