- Conor McGregor has posted a new boxing training video on social media
- Some fans were not impressed and mocked McGregor
While still sidelined, Conor McGregor has been showing off his grind. In fact, “The Notorious” has already posted several training video clips, including his latest boxing session at Crumlin Boxing Club in Dublin, Ireland. However, some of his followers on social media were not impressed with his work.
Another bold claim
On Instagram, McGregor posted a short clip of his recent boxing training where he could be seen working on the pads. To put into words the amount of power in his hands, the former UFC two-division champion associated the post with another intense caption.
“I’m going to crush a head with these. Add it to the list of heads,” McGregor wrote.
It wasn’t convincing to some
Looking at the clip, it seemed like McGregor was doing quite alright with his boxing. However, some of his own Instagram followers let him know that they are not convinced.
One fan hit the comment section and told the UFC superstar that “you’ll do nothing.” Another fan also mocked McGregor and wrote, “sloppy sloppy sloppy.”
Ahead of his boxing match with Floyd Mayweather Mcgregor vows to knock him out, however trading MMA for sweet science wasn’t a success. Mcgregor suffered a loss in the boxing debut against Floyd Mayweather. Boxing legend won by technical knockout in the 10th round.
A strong comeback
As things stand, McGregor has not won a fight since January 2020. However, the Irish MMA icon is still brimming with confidence ahead of his long-awaited UFC return.
In an earlier interview, the 33-year-old addressed several important things that people have been yearning to hear from him. Among them was which weight class is he fighting at in his return given he has evidently bulked-up in muscles.
According to McGregor, he feels good at 170 pounds and would ever consider competing at lower weight classes again. With that in mind, “Mystic Mac” also divulged that he’s got his eyes locked on a title fight against reigning UFC welterweight champion Kamaru Usman.