Conor McGregor Looks Bigger Than Ever After Remarkable Body Transformation, His Biceps Are BULGING
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Conor McGregor has flaunted his incredible body transformation on Instagram and it could be the biggest he's ever been.
The Irishman has been out of action since July after breaking his leg at UFC 264 against Dustin Poirier.
It's been a lengthy absence for 'The Notorious' but he's used the time off well, getting himself into insane shape.
McGregor has hit the gym hard and shown his progress on Instagram, with his latest pictures being the most impressive.
The 33-year-old's arms are massive thanks to intense weight work and pull-ups.
He captioned the post: "Proper Power training! God bless my @tidlsport recovery spray to be pain free! Let’s keep pushing team."
McGregor also has cupping marks on his body, indicating the former 'Champ-champ' is going that extra mile to stay in peak condition.
A number of top athletes undergo cupping treatment as a method to remove toxins from their body.
It's effective in joint and muscular pain while helping the recovery time of soft tissue.
McGregor's next opponent hasn't been announced but a number of high profile names want a shot.
Great day at the doctors today, team!— Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) March 13, 2022
Everything back on schedule!
Thank you all for the love and support,
Stay ready ❤️ pic.twitter.com/vvT9fUTy0E
Unsurprisingly, he's been linked with lightweight champion Charles Oliveira.
The Brazilian defeated Poirier in December and has been vocal about taking on McGregor.
Oliveira will defend against Justin Gaethje in May and if he emerges from that fight victorious, it could be McGregor on the cards next.
UFC legend Michael Bisping believes McGregor would have a shot at taking gold from 'Do Bronx'.
He told talkSPORT: "Now they’re talking about Conor fighting Oliviera for the belt, which again, to a lot of purists might sound crazy, but if I own the company and I want to do a PR spin I could say ‘well, he just lost to Poirier and he was next in line for the belt, so now that means he’s next’ – it doesn’t. But, that’s how you could spin it.
"Conor is exciting and if you have that at your disposal you want to capitalise on it and I know in the true essence of sport that doesn’t really work, but there is an entertainment factor as well and people do want to see Conor fight.
"I’m telling you, the top five is hard for Conor. But Oliveira is very hit-able. He gets hit and Conor can hit. So this sounds crazy, but we might see Conor come back, fight Oliveira and win the belt."
Fans are also interested in seeing McGregor finally face Nate Diaz in a trilogy bout, considering both men hold a win each in their rivalry.
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