Conor McGregor leaves fans stunned after revealing that he has grown stronger before his return to the UFC
Conor McGregor stuns fight fans after revealing that he has grown stronger before his return to the UFC, and warns’ these clowns are screwed when I return ‘… while also insisting that their power is’ above the 50 percent ‘
- Conor McGregor has done weights during his recovery from his terrible broken leg
- UFC superstar McGregor shared a photo showing his frame on social media
- Her new bulkier nature has left several of her fans stunned and also concerned.
- But optimistic McGregor has insisted that ‘these clowns are screwed when I get back’
Conor McGregor has left his fans stunned after revealing his bulging figure and insisting that ‘these clowns are screwed when I get back’.
UFC icon McGregor has sought to recover after sustaining a broken grizzly leg in his trilogy fight against Dustin Poirier, and has hit the weights in rehab.
On social media, the former two-peso champion showed his biggest size, a post that left several users surprised and amazed by his progress.
Conor McGregor has left his fans stunned after showing his fuller body on social media
McGregor successfully underwent surgery to repair his fractured tibia in Los Angeles, and he devoted himself to lifting weights during his long wait until his return to the Octagon.
However, not everyone was impressed with a follower who insisted that ‘The Notorious’ may have even piled on too many pounds to fight again.
‘This man is never professionally fighting in mixed martial arts [again]’his tweet read. Look how big it has become.
‘Boxing? Maybe later. But he’s not going to get into such a big cage. Absolutely not.’
UFC superstar McGregor last fought in July, but broke his leg against archrival Dustin Poirier
Some social media users are concerned about McGregor’s size, but ‘The Notorious’ is optimistic
But an optimistic McGregor dismissed his concern with his answer, saying: ‘All I read was’ look how big he’s gotten’. My man! These clowns are screwed when I get back. ‘
In fact, McGregor has also described the extent of his new explosive power as a result of his training regimen, revealing that his strength has increased by “more than 50 percent.”
When asked about weight training, he added: ‘There are pros and cons to everything.
“I couldn’t move for the last three months, so I brought heavy weights and moved them. Repetitively. Play with the cards that are dealt to you.
McGregor has kept his fans regularly updated on his progress during his rehab.
When asked about his weight training, the Irishman revealed that his ‘power is up more than 50 percent’
“My power has gone up more than 50 percent.”
McGregor’s initial post showing himself enjoying the idyllic countryside setting was greeted by countless users who shared their views on his earnings.
“The fact that Conor is known for his hard punches already makes his figure even scarier,” wrote one fight fan.
If he could somehow combine the ease and mindset of the old Conor with the power of the new Conor, it would be dangerous even for Kamaru Usman. But that’s a big YES. ‘
Taking a more comical approach, a second person simply said, ‘My boy, what kind of milk have you been drinking?’
It remains to be seen who, or when, McGregor will fight after his loss at the hands of arch rival Poirier in July.
McGregor outpointed Poirier in 2014, but then found himself knocked out during their star-studded rematch in January.
In the third bout, the Irish franc suffered a broken leg with only seconds left to play in the first round, and was hit by a medical stoppage.