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Conor McGregor Is Looking Seriously Jacked Ahead Of UFC Return, He's HUGE

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Conor McGregor Is Looking Seriously Jacked Ahead Of UFC Return, He's HUGE

Conor McGregor has shown off his new physique as he works out in the gym ahead of his blockbuster UFC return. 

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The 'Notorious' is nearing a return to action following his sickening leg break against Dustin Poirier last year. 

He's looking absolutely stacked, with the 33-year-old taking to social media to share pictures of his remarkable body transformation. 

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The UFC superstar continued to show off his incredible shape by uploading a video of himself working out in the gym and he looks better than ever.

McGregor performed a rigorous work-out where he trained his core, accompanied with the caption: "Core work on the @mcgregorfast. The Truth!"​

McGregor's fans got excited over the new footage of the former champ-champ in action. 

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One joked: "They had to widen the doors at his house with them shoulders."​

A second wrote: "2022, the year of the biggest return in UFC history."​

A third added: "Looking good champ champ."

Image: PA
Image: PA
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Even though McGregor is on a two-fight losing skid, he could land a UFC title shot upon his return. 

He's been linked with a championship clash against 155lbs king Charles Oliveira​.

Image: PA
Image: PA

And former two-time UFC title challenger Chael Sonnen likes McGregor's chances against the Brazilian, saying he'd be 'very problematic'.

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He explained: "If there’s anybody that Conor is likely to beat to become the world champion, it is the sitting champion, right now.

"Charles Oliveira-Conor McGregor is a fascinating matchup. It is very problematic for Oliveira.

"Conor McGregor is as good of a striker as this sport has ever seen.

"Oliveira is a very dynamic striker who showed some real wrestling prowess in a couple of contests but in other contests didn’t."

Featured Image Credit: Conor McGregor/PA

Topics: Conor McGregor, UFC

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