“You Fight Me You Are Fighting for Your Life”- Conor McGregor Shares an Extremely Bizarre Training Video Displaying His Ground and Pound Skills

Published 05/06/2022, 4:49 AM EDT
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – JULY 09: Conor McGregor poses during a ceremonial weigh in for UFC 264 at T-Mobile Arena on July 09, 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images)

One of the most mentioned names in Mixed Martial Arts is Conor McGregor. ‘The Notorious’ has reached unprecedented heights in his career. However, fans have been denied the chance to see him compete as he broke his leg at UFC 264. Ten months on, he is back in training and shared a video from his training session on his Instagram.

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‘The Notorious’ can be seen training his ground and pound on the heavy bag. McGregor captioned the video, “Me Tarzan, You Jane! I am the greatest and most dangerous vertical puncher on this planet. You fight me you are fighting for your life. Simple as that! Your way of living going forward, at best. Everyone in the game knows it. I.Do.Real.Damage.
Is mise Gorrilla.”

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The UFC’s inaugural simultaneous two-division champion is very active on social media. He is continuously dropping updates of his training and pictures that are making fans speculate about which division he will return at.

Conor McGregor recently put up a shirtless photo on Facebook

Conor McGregor shared a shirtless photo on Facebook and received a lot of appreciation from his fans and followers. In the photo, fans can see a bulked-up McGregor in a fight pose. His physical development fueled rumors of ‘The Notorious’ making his UFC comeback at welterweight.

The former UFC double champion has always been interested in a move to 170 in a bid to become the first fighter to win belts in three different weight classes.

Who will McGregor fight on his comeback?

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Conor McGregor’s last fight came against lightweight contender and arch-rival Dustin Poirier at UFC 264. He started the fight well, but he eventually lost via doctors’ stoppage in round 1 as he broke his tibia.

While rumors about him fighting different opponents at lightweight and welterweight do rounds, it will be interesting to see against whom McGregor will fight. As he has suffered two losses, it will be tough to see him get an immediate title bout. However, never say never as anything is possible with the UFC’s biggest cash cow.

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Varun Bhat

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Varun Anand Bhat is an MMA writer at EssentiallySports. Not only does he train in MMA but he is also a certified judge, which gives him valuable insight while writing content. The fight between Conor Mcgregor & Eddie Alvarez at UFC 205 was responsible for making him interested in the sport of MMA.

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