Conor McGregor is in unreal shape as he eyes 'greatest & biggest sporting comeback'

Conor McGregor is in unreal shape as he eyes 'greatest & biggest sporting comeback'

Conor McGregor’s recent Instagram activity has once again peaked the interest of fans, with the UFC legend showing off his phenomenal shape, as well as posting a video claiming that he will make “the greatest and the biggest comeback in sporting history.”

The Irishman is no stranger to showing off his incredible physique on Instagram and yesterday’s upload did not disappoint, with the former UFC featherweight and lightweight champion looking in great condition as he enjoys his summer on his Lamborghini yacht.

The 34-year-old looked lean and conditioned while maintaining his famous wide and muscular chest and shoulders. The motivational caption for the post stated: “Stay focused, team! We got this! Commit!”

McGregor keeping on top of his fighting physique and the caption in question may be a clue as to a potential comeback to the UFC by the fighting franchise’s headline act. And a further post by McGregor near all but confirmed such theories.

The video posted by McGregor is a compilation of his best moments, from the iconic press conference stare-downs to his famous left-hand finishes of opponents, that rose the young Irishman into becoming the highest-earning athlete in the world. And the caption to the post by McGregor read: “The greatest and the biggest sports comeback in history. Will you be a witness?”

Understandably, the post has gone viral with many fans getting excited over McGregor’s imminent return to the Octagon.

The Notorious returned to full training last month and, if his current physique is anything to go by, he is clearly taking his preparation seriously.

McGregor’s expected return to the sport was put into question earlier this week, however, when the fighter cryptically tweeted: “MMA, I’ll never forget you! Easy work.”

However, his most recent Instagram posts should dispel such fears, with the 34-year-old clearly dedicated and motivated to make a historic comeback to the sport that he loves.

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