Conor McGregor's insane body transformation stuns UFC star Sean O'Malley who says ‘his head looks HUGE’ | The Sun
1st May 2023

CONOR MCGREGOR's dramatic body transformation during his octagon hiatus has left UFC star Sean O'Malley absolutely stunned.

The Notorious hasn't set foot inside the cage since breaking his left leg in his trilogy fight with Dustin Poirier in July 2021.

As well as undergoing extensive rehab, MMA superstar McGregor used his time out to beef up in the gym.

And a bantamweight contender O'Malley can't quite believe how different The Notorious looks nowadays – especially the size of his head.

During a recent episode of his Bro O'Malley podcast, 'Suga' said: "Bro is his head getting bigger by the month?

"Bro he's transformed like no one I've ever seen.


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"Fighting at 145 [pounds] against Jose Aldo to present day, bro he's transformed. I can't even imagine.

" His face, his head looks huge. Is that from supplements? It ain't from cheese. That Irish cheese, ay. That is crazy."

McGregor, 34, is set to return to the octagon later this year in a mouthwatering showdown with fellow fan favourite Michael Chandler.

But a date for the clash of lightweight standouts has yet to be announced.

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That's due to the Irishman being out of the United States Anti-Doping Agency's drug testing pool.

UFC and USADA policy require returning fighters to be in the pool for a minimum of six months before they're eligible to compete.

The UFC brass could, however, could grant their poster boy an exemption to the requirement – the same one they gave Brock Lesnar in the summer of 2016.

McGregor launched a stinging attack on USADA when they re-affirmed his requirement to be in the pool for six months in March.

The enraged Dubliner tweeted: "This is my issue. I've not lied once.

"Nor have I tested positive. Ever.

"I have over 70 clean tests under this program, yet they are consistently coming out after I speak in a manner that makes it seem I am lying.

"It's ridiculous. F**k used. You are in The Bin. Over 70 clean tests.

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"Never violated once. I will not be scapegoated by this garbage organization.

"You are not the be-all end-all in this equation USADA."

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