Conor McGregor looks stacked as UFC legend works out in gym and is fitter than ever after horror broken leg

CONOR McGREGOR has shown off his incredible shape as he works out in the gym ahead of a return to action.

The Irishman, 33, shared a one-minute video of himself getting into prime condition as he eyes a big return in 2022.



The clip, which was posted on his Instagram, saw McGregor exercising as he flung his legs into the air to show off his strength.

And, alongside the video, he added the caption: "Core work on the @mcgregorfast. The Truth!"

McGregor's fans were extremely excited by the clip as they prepare for his hotly-anticipated return.

Reacting to the social media post, one fan said: "The year of the biggest return in UFC history."

While another simply added: "King is back."

Others commented on the size of McGregor – which comes after he claimed he was recently as heavy as 190lbs.

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The former two-weight world champion has clearly bulked upCredit: Instagram
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McGregor is eyeing a return to the UFC in 2022Credit: Instagram

A fan said: "They had to widen the doors at his house with them shoulders."

McGregor, 33, is currently recovering from the horrific broken leg he suffered in his UFC 264 trilogy fight with Dustin Poirier last July.

The Dubliner is 'ahead of schedule' in his recovery from the nasty injury and eyeing an April return to sparring.

And UFC president Dana White is hoping the former two-division champion will be back in the cage this summer.

He told ESPN: “If everything goes right with the healing of his leg, he’ll be back this summer.

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"I have no idea what the landscape is going to look like by the time he comes back.

"Dustin Poirier could be retired by the time McGregor comes back.

“I don’t know [if he could fight for the title right away when he comes back]. I won’t know the answer until it gets closer.”

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