Conor McGregor looks like a beast in his recent posts on social media. The notorious has gained a lot of muscle and was compared to WWE legend Brock Lesnar
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After posting the most recent image of his newly bulked-up physique he resembles Brock Lesnar a fan commented on twitter. Brock Lesnar once in an interview said ” If Conor McGregor has issues with me i will personally handle it. He weighs at 150 pounds that’s what my single leg weighs”.
Since breaking his tibia during his fight with Dustin Poirier last July, Conor McGregor has been sidelined from UFC competition. There is no scheduled date or opponent for his comeback. Fans have noticed that the former featherweight and lightweight champion has put on muscle during his rehab from injury and updates on his training and physique have been coming thick and fast.
‘The Notorious’ most recent Twitter photo has also drawn attention because it shows off his shoulders, biceps, and expanding neck. In fact, when Cherry Ranger questioned Conor McGregor about what had happened to his neck, the actor replied, “It got huge.”
The former UFC heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar and WWE giant, who weighs about 256 pounds, was then compared to him by one of his supporters. “You are like a lightweight Brock Lesnar,”
Although it’s unclear if the remark was meant as a compliment, Conor McGregor’s new appearance was undoubtedly mentioned. When he finally returns to the octagon, there has even been speculation that he may aim for a heavyweight level comeback.
Floyd Mayweather has publicly advocated a boxing rematch with Conor McGregor following their high-profile fight in 2017 despite having two fights left on his UFC contract. Even though Nate Diaz was released by Dana White, the Irishman himself has promised fans a third fight.
Jake Paul has also frequently criticized the obnoxious celebrity, and he recently acknowledged that a cross-over fight was on his “fantasy” fight list. He said, “I think the biggest fight there is McGregor.” for no other reason than that the press conferences would be incredible.