Conor McGregor is one of the best known fighters in the UFC. Unfortunately, the last time we saw him in an Octagon, Dustin Poirier was breaking his ankle. This has resulted in a tremendous rehab effort, with McGregor still trying to get his leg to work properly.
This rehabilitation process has gone quite well for McGregor. In fact, he has packed on the pounds, in the form of pure muscle. Of course, this could raise questions about his methods of gaining muscle, however, we’ll leave that to the professionals.
In the tweet below, you can see an example of what McGregor looks like now. As you can see, he has gained a ton of muscle all over. His quads are much bigger than before and he has a fully formed back. Also, his biceps and even his chest are substantially bigger than before.
Don’t be afraid friend. pic.twitter.com/5qtA3B206r
— Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) November 21, 2022
With McGregor showing off his new physique, it wouldn’t be a stretch to assume he’ll be back in the Octagon soon. Interestingly, McGregor agrees with that thought. In fact, he even took to Twitter, where he revealed a timeline for his comeback.
“I’m clear for testing in February,” McGregor said. “I will complete my two USADA tests and we are booking a fight.” Dana White will be looking to give McGregor a big comeback fight, and we’re sure the fans will be ready to see it.
I am clear for the test in February. I will complete my two trials for USADA and we are booking a fight.
— Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) November 24, 2022