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'Beast' Conor McGregor Flaunts Incredible Body Transformation In Boxing Training, He's Unrecognisable

Daniel Marland


'Beast' Conor McGregor Flaunts Incredible Body Transformation In Boxing Training, He's Unrecognisable

Conor McGregor has been praised after flaunting his 'beast' physique during a training session.


The Irishman is currently recovering from a broken leg he suffered in defeat to Dustin Poirier in July.

Since then, he's peppered social media with videos in the gym to prove he's desperate to get back to the top.

McGregor looks to have bulked up massively and is arguably in the best shape of his career.

Fans are impressed online and they're hoping a motivated McGregor can make his return to the octagon in this shape.

One commented: "What a beast, the comeback will be worth it."

Another said: "The Champ Champ is looking better and better everyday."

A third put: "This is the best physical condition I've ever seen him in."

While someone posted: "Bro is looking like a missile launcher ready to fire, damn."

McGregor looks to have focused on his boxing technique while training, which has left some concerned.

The 33-year-old is no stranger to boxing, having faced Floyd Mayweather in a lucrative exhibition bout five years ago.

But he's lost three of his last four UFC bouts and not recorded back-to-back wins since 2016.

Image Credit: Alamy
Image Credit: Alamy

It's unknown who McGregor will be facing when he returns, but the man himself is keen to get back into championship contention.

A fight with lightweight champion Charles Oliveira has been mooted, but 'Notorious' is very interested in welterweight king Kamaru Usman.

'The Nigerian Nightmare' comfortably dispatched Colby Covington in November and has run roughshod over the divison.

McGregor hasn't fought at welterweight since defeating Donald Cerrone but told The Mac Life he's ready to become the first man to win a title across three divisions in the UFC.

He explained: "I feel big, I feel strong, I feel healthy, I've got good energy.

"I'm coming back after a gruesome injury. I do not want to deplete myself, there should be no need to deplete myself.

Image Credit: Alamy
Image Credit: Alamy

"And I feel confident against Usman. A jab happy, sloppy, orthodox wrestler with no submissions whatsoever.

"What's he gonna do? Where's the danger here? I don't see a danger with him. His ground-and-pound isn't strong, plus he's on the older side. And then plus the world is to be took again.

"The triple crown. No one's ever obtained three knockouts in three weight divisions moving up like I have already, but no one's ever obtained three UFC world titles cross three divisions like I will do also if we make this fight."

Featured Image Credit: Conor McGregor/Instagram

Topics: Conor Mcgregor, MMA

Daniel Marland
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