Conor McGregor roars ‘get ready for something special’ as UFC star shows off impressive physique ahead of injury return

CONOR MCGREGOR has vowed that he is ‘getting ready for something special’.

The Notorious continues to step up his rehabilitation after suffering a fractured tibia against Dustin Poirier back in July.

Conor McGregor showed off his remarkable physique


Conor McGregor showed off his remarkable physique

McGregor, 33, has won just one fight since 2016.

But he is far from believing that his best days are behind him.

Accompanying a picture showing off his remarkable physique, he wrote: “The spirit of a warrior cannot be penetrated! Be the warrior within you!

“We are getting ready for something special! Team McGregor ⚔️.”

The Irishman was back on the pads last week, as he continues to gain strength.

He wrote: “First time back on the pads! What a buzz! Let’s go team @mcgregorfast!


“Like my good friend @schwarzenegger says, ‘I’ll be back, b!’ Back with a vengeance!

“Thank you to all my doctors and my team for getting me this far so soon after surgery! There is work to be done but doing work is what I’m known for.

“Strap yourselves in for the greatest comeback in sports history! #champchampppvbillionaireking”

And he has taken further motivation from Glover Teixeira, who at 42 became the oldest ever first time UFC champion when he defeated Jan Blachowicz to earn the light heavyweight belt on Saturday night.

McGregor hailed the Brazilian, gushing: “The oldest first time champion in UFC history, Glover Teixeira! Just wow! Proper motivation!”

Michael Chandler revealed that he’d love to fight McGregor in future, insisting that the duo would produce one of the most ‘electrifying’ first rounds ever.

I do think it will be one of the most electrifying, especially first rounds, ever

Michael Chandler

The UFC lightweight, who faces Justin Gaethje on Saturday night, told Helen Yee Sports: “I mean, Conor, you know, hope he heals up pretty well.

“But yeah, there’s a lot of people that have talked about me and Conor fighting for a very long time.

“I do think it will be one of the most electrifying, especially first rounds, ever.

“We will both come in 100 miles an hour and see, you know, see who gets that win. But, you know, we’ll see. I hope that fight happens sometime.”

Conor McGregor back in training after surgery as he works out on pads and promises ‘greatest comeback in sports history’

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