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Yves Edwards reveals Dustin Poirier entered UFC 302 with injured ribs and hadn’t grappled for over two weeks

Dustin Poirier entered his UFC 302 title battle in opposition to Islam Makhachev with a rib harm that impacted his coaching camp.

Dustin Poirier

Former UFC fighter Yves Edwards who educated at American High Workforce, stated that Poirier had harm his ribs simply earlier than UFC 302 which made him unable to coach grappling for over two weeks earlier than his third crack on the UFC title.

“The best way he carried out Saturday evening, man, that was tremendous spectacular to me and no person is aware of this, and he’s most likely gonna be like ‘Why did you set that on the market’ I do know Makhachev wasn’t 100%, no person goes right into a battle 100%, he harm his ribs like two weeks earlier than the battle and hadn’t wrestled or grappled for 2, two-and-a-half weeks. I most likely shouldn’t (say it) however to me, it’s extra spectacular. In opposition to that man, such as you wrestled in opposition to that man with hut ribs, okay, I’m impressed,” Yves Edwards stated on MMA At the moment on Sirius XM.

Edwards says the rib harm was one thing that wasn’t going to drag Poirier from the battle but it surely did restrict his coaching for Makhachev. However, regardless of that, Edwards was impressed with Dustin Poirier and his means to battle by way of the harm and have the success he had within the battle as he did defend 9 takedowns.

Though Yves Edwards was impressed with the way in which Dustin Poirier fought, ‘The Diamond’ ended up dropping by fifth-round submission, and after the loss, he hinted at UFC 302 being his last battle.

“I imply I do know I can compete with the most effective of those guys. It’s similar to if I do battle once more, what am I combating for? Simply to battle? I’ve accomplished that fifty occasions,” Poirier stated in post-fight interview. “I don’t know, I obtained a stupendous woman I like and I gotta see. I believe this could possibly be it actually.”

If Poirier does retire, he’ll finish his profession with a document of 30-9 and one No Contest. He’s the previous interim light-weight champ and holds notable wins over Conor McGregor, Justin Gaethje, Eddie Alvarez, Max Holloway, and Michael Chandler amongst others.

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