CONOR MCGREGOR showed off his incredible body transformation as he continues to make final preparations for his UFC return against Donald Cerrone.
The Notorious makes his highly-anticipated return to the Octagon against veteran Cowboy on January 18 having not fought since his submission loss to Khabib Nurmagomedov in October 2018.
The Dublin southpaw will make his comeback at welterweight at UFC 246, having only fought at 170lbs twice, losing to Nate Diaz and then winning the rematch in 2016.
McGregor is gearing up for a big year with a rematch against bitter rival Khabib as well as Jorge Masvidal following his comeback against Cerrone.
And the former two-weight UFC champion’s hard work appears to be paying off after he shared a picture of his dramatic transformation online.
McGregor uploaded a topless picture to flaunt his jacked muscles with the caption: “Who the f**k is that guy?”
SunSport previously reported how fans were left fearing he has piled on too much muscle and will once again struggle with his fitness.
McGregor is notorious for his heavy hands that guided him to featherweight and lightweight belts.
But the Irish star has long been accused of having cardio problems, having fatigued in bouts against Diaz and in his boxing debut against Floyd Mayweather.
And on his latest picture, one commented: “Looks like he’s gonna get tired.”
Another said: “I just see a guy who will gas if his opponent survives a round.”
A third added: “Hope he’s been working on his cardio as well! If not it’s gonna be a bad night.”
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UFC boss Dana White has admitted he has allowed the former two-division champion to return at 170lbs and still be next in line for Nurmagomedov’s 155lbs title next.
Returning at welterweight also opens the door for McGregor to face Jorge Masvidal – who in November beat Diaz at UFC 244, winning the ‘Baddest Mother F***er’ belt.
And the Irish star seemed to take a thinly-veiled dig at the rest of the division bt tweeting: “Weight cuttin p*****s”.