‘I’m Ready To Run Through a Building!’- Conor McGregor Shows Off Insane Physique Ahead of UFC 264
Conor McGregor is set to take on Dustin Poirier in the trilogy fight at UFC 264. The much-anticipated contest is set to go down next month. Poirier outclassed McGregor at UFC 257 and earned a knockout finish to level the score between them. McGregor previously had a first-round finish against Poirier at UFC 178 in his record.
Many believe this is a do-or-die situation for the Irish fighter. Some experts think another loss can bring the curtains down on his UFC career. There is no doubt this is one of the biggest tests of McGregor’s fighting career, so he has devoted himself to preparation as expected.
Putting my @tidlsport recovery spray on me and getting to work.
I’m ready to run thru a building. See you soon, god bless ya. pic.twitter.com/mhek65SS9V
— Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) June 22, 2021
“Putting my @tidlsport recovery spray on me and getting to work. I’m ready to run thru a building. See you soon, god bless ya,” wrote McGregor in his recent post. The Irish fighter looks to be in top shape as he is getting ready to right his wrong in the second fight against Poirier.
McGregor has also spent some time understanding the science of nutrition and exercise lately. His own program, McGregor Fast, has been a success among fitness enthusiasts across the globe.
How McGregor performs next month will be a big indication of what the future beholds for the former two-division champion. One might argue that this is a crossroads fight in his career.
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‘The Diamond‘ followed a perfect game plan to get the better of his former nemesis in the second fight. His execution deserves thorough credit, and it was a top-notch performance from the Louisiana native.
However, the loss might just rekindle the fire inside McGregor and bring out the best in him. He touted recent Octagon inactivity as the primary reason for his loss. Fans can only hope the best version of ‘The Notorious‘ shows up on July 10 regardless of the outcome.
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