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  1. Conor Mcgregor is a renowned personality in the MMA arena. His much-hyped fight with Floyd Mayweather in 2017 earned him respect all around the world. Though he is a UFC fighter and boxing isn't his major fighting style, he still took on Mayweather and the fight was one of the most awaited and one of the most-watched fights of the decade. © Reuters Conor's physique was also a talking point at the time of that event. In fact, Conor is always in the headlines for his physique before every UFC tournament. He fights in different weight categories and still manages to look lean in every season. Today, we're going to discuss how you can also build an MMA physique like Conor Mcgregor's: Conor Is Not Bulky Like A Bodybuilder You can't call Conor's physique as a bodybuilding marvel. He doesn't have bulky chest or arms like a competitive bodybuilder. Being a martial artist and a UFC fighter, Conor has to be agile, fast and flexible throughout the year to be ready for fights. Thus, he is lean and has decent muscle mass which looks good on him and at his body weight. If your target is to achieve a physique like him, it can be achieved with a disciplined diet and training regime over time. Focus On Building Lean Muscle Mass If you look at Conor's physique carefully, he is not skinny. He is lean and has muscle mass. So, the first thing that you need to do to look at him is to build lean muscle mass. If you're a guy who is skinny, first you'll have to gain muscles. To gain muscles, you will have to go on a calory surplus diet and focus on resistance training at least 4-5 times in the week. Diet should be a little high on carbs and protein with moderate fats. Carbs will help in your training and high protein in your diet will help you recover from your workouts and build muscle mass. On the other hand, if you're a guy who already has decent muscle mass but is bulky, you will have to get lean to look anything like Conor. Conor's body looks chiselled and ripped as his body fat percentage is really low. So, even if you have decent muscle mass but your body fat percentage is high, you will not look lean and ripped. To get ripped, you will have to follow a calorie deficit diet and increase your calorie expenditure over time. This will help you to get lean and your muscles will look more defined like Conor's. © Reuters Include HIIT & MMA Training Conor's workout routine includes HIIT and MMA workouts on a regular basis. This is how he performs explosive moves during his fights. If your target is not just to look like him but also to perform like him, you need to include martial arts as well as HIIT training in your training regime. If you are going to add weight training, schedule your training in such a way that on the days you are training heavy you're not practising MMA. MMA training in itself is demanding and even a few rounds of sparring can drain you out. A good option would be to take martial arts and weight training on alternate days. Anuj Tyagi, author of this article, is a Certified Sports Nutritionist and Therapeutic Exercise Specialist from American Council on Exercise (ACE). Now an Online Health Coach, he is also a Chartered Accountant by education. You can connect with him through Instagram on:- https://www.instagram.com/sixpacktummy_anuj/
  2. Just two weeks after retiring from the octagon notorious MMA fighter, aka Conor McGregor reached a new low in his recent Twitter activity. Known for his low-blows on social media, the Irishman got himself in a whole lot of trouble when he posted a photo calling Khabib Nurmagomedov's wife, who is a Muslim, “a towel”. Though he deleted the tweet shortly after, he did get what he craves so badly, attention. Conor McGregor just posted a racist tweet calling Khabib's wife a towel https://t.co/mTFFDKTMWb pic.twitter.com/CKD97ldhiO — SICK CHIRPSE (@SickChirpse) April 3, 2019 The post, which has now been deleted, was branded racist and Islamophobic and comes as the duo has been trading insults since Khabib handed the defeat to McGregor in October last year. Not just that, in a late-night flurry of tweets, McGregor's account also took aim at the Russian's brother, tweeting “I smacked your brother around and took a s*** in this hat.” He also hit out at him for avoiding another fight, saying: “Don't be scared of the rematch you little scurrying rat. You will do what you are told like you always do.” Initially, Khabib's manager responded to the Irishman calling him a “rapist”, while explaining that criticizing someone's wife and religion is taking things too far. Later, the Russian reverted to Conor McGregor with a tweet saying, "Rapist, you are Rapist. You are a hypocrite who is not responsible for your actions. Justice will find you. We will see. @TheNotoriousMMA." Rapist, you are Rapist. You are a hypocrite who is not responsible for your actions. Justice will find you. We will see.@TheNotoriousMMA pic.twitter.com/317rLK5TVN — khabib nurmagomedov (@TeamKhabib) April 3, 2019 The tweet included McGregor's photo with Terry Murray, a lady who accused the MMA star of leaving her pregnant after a night out, post-Grand Nationals in Aintree 2017. Khabib's accusation was in reference to a case filed against the Irishman last December, over the possibility of a sexual assault by the fighter. Though there was no outcome to the accusation and criminal charges against McGregor, he is still being accused of the same. Replying to Nurmagomedov, McGregor hinted his return to the octagon after retiring just two weeks ago. He said: “I want to move forward, with my fans of all faiths and all backgrounds. All faiths challenge us to be our best selves. It is one world and one for all. Now see you in the Octagon.” I want to move forward, with my fans of all faiths and all backgrounds. All faiths challenge us to be our best selves. It is one world and one for all â¤ï¸ Now see you in the Octagon. — Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) April 4, 2019 Now, with both the parties already involved in a serious battle, all we await is their re-match.
  3. Just two weeks after retiring from the octagon notorious MMA fighter, aka Conor McGregor reached a new low in his recent Twitter activity. Known for his low-blows on social media, the Irishman got himself in a whole lot of trouble when he posted a photo calling Khabib Nurmagomedov's wife, who is a Muslim, “a towel”. Though he deleted the tweet shortly after, he did get what he craves so badly, attention. Conor McGregor just posted a racist tweet calling Khabib's wife a towel https://t.co/mTFFDKTMWb pic.twitter.com/CKD97ldhiO — SICK CHIRPSE (@SickChirpse) April 3, 2019 The post, which has now been deleted, was branded racist and Islamophobic and comes as the duo has been trading insults since Khabib handed the defeat to McGregor in October last year. Not just that, in a late-night flurry of tweets, McGregor's account also took aim at the Russian's brother, tweeting “I smacked your brother around and took a s*** in this hat.” He also hit out at him for avoiding another fight, saying: “Don't be scared of the rematch you little scurrying rat. You will do what you are told like you always do.” Initially, Khabib's manager responded to the Irishman calling him a “rapist”, while explaining that criticizing someone's wife and religion is taking things too far. Later, the Russian reverted to Conor McGregor with a tweet saying, "Rapist, you are Rapist. You are a hypocrite who is not responsible for your actions. Justice will find you. We will see. @TheNotoriousMMA." Rapist, you are Rapist. You are a hypocrite who is not responsible for your actions. Justice will find you. We will see.@TheNotoriousMMA pic.twitter.com/317rLK5TVN — khabib nurmagomedov (@TeamKhabib) April 3, 2019 The tweet included McGregor's photo with Terry Murray, a lady who accused the MMA star of leaving her pregnant after a night out, post-Grand Nationals in Aintree 2017. Khabib's accusation was in reference to a case filed against the Irishman last December, over the possibility of a sexual assault by the fighter. Though there was no outcome to the accusation and criminal charges against McGregor, he is still being accused of the same. Replying to Nurmagomedov, McGregor hinted his return to the octagon after retiring just two weeks ago. He said: “I want to move forward, with my fans of all faiths and all backgrounds. All faiths challenge us to be our best selves. It is one world and one for all. Now see you in the Octagon.” I want to move forward, with my fans of all faiths and all backgrounds. All faiths challenge us to be our best selves. It is one world and one for all â¤ï¸ Now see you in the Octagon. — Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) April 4, 2019 Now, with both the parties already involved in a serious battle, all we await is their re-match.
  4. Let's begin with two things: 1. As we all know, fake news is one of the best ways to grab people's attention. 2. Also, Conor McGregor just announced his retirement for a second time, hours after talking of his next fight in July. Now, how are these two sentences related, you ask? Rumour has it that this announcement is another publicity stunt from the extravagant UFC fighter, who is notorious for his outside-of-the-ring statements. Hey guys quick announcement, I've decided to retire from the sport formally known as “Mixed Martial Art” today. I wish all my old colleagues well going forward in competition. I now join my former partners on this venture, already in retirement. Proper Pina Coladas on me fellas! — Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) March 26, 2019 The Irishman announced, on social media, about his retirement from mixed martial arts. He called this news a 'quick announcement'. But this news does not seem that easy to digest as the 30-year-old, hours before this announcement, discussed on “The Tonight's Show with Jimmy Fallon” details about his future bouts. “We're in talks for July. There's a lot of politics going on, it's a mad game, the fight game,” he said. “To my fans, I am in shape and I am ready. There are many opponents, in reality I can pick who I please.” © AP Adding to which he said, “I don't necessarily need to fight. I am set for life, my family is set for life. We are good, but I am eager to fight. We will see what happens, but I am just staying ready.” Having been away from the octagon since his loss to Khabib Nurmagomdeov, the UFC lightweight champion, Mcgregor was serving a six-month ban for the post-match brawl that ensued with the Russian and his contingent. Soon after his tweet, sports enthusiasts around the world sarcastically reacted to his announcement calling it fake and a bait to grab attention. We haven't yet forgotten when, in April 2016, Mcgregor had pulled off a similar stunt after not being awarded a rematch with Nate Diaz. And now, quitting at a time when he is perfectly in shape, seems a bit off to all UFC fans around the world. See you at 'mania brother — Finn Bálor forEVERYone (@FinnBalor) March 26, 2019 We dont pic.twitter.com/0WBFLarR1M — Bishop MMA (@BishopSportsNet) March 26, 2019 He'll fight twice this year #callingit pic.twitter.com/Iwx1W1kwze — Bishop MMA (@BishopSportsNet) March 26, 2019 Yep, he's using it as promotion and then soon he'll announce a fight and everyone will make a big deal and say he's coming out of retirement — aidan mason (@aidan48549271) March 26, 2019 pic.twitter.com/UkGsaT3Zrs — ð¤ð¤ (@perleyfry) March 26, 2019 Grapevine also has it that McGregor might soon make a debut on Vince McMahon's WWE, following the likes of Brock Lesnar into the wrestling entertainment industry. Only time will reveal the truth behind this new McGregor saga. In the meantime, let us know how much honesty you find in his recent 'retirement.'
  5. In today's era of sports where fame is directly related to fortune, ESPN has come up with a list of 100 of the most famous athletes from all over the world who enjoy a great fan following. What criteria were taken into consideration while forming the list? According to the website, the list was based on the stats in three different areas: 1. Search Score: How often is the name of the particular sportsperson looked up on the internet. The list fixes Cristiano Ronaldo's score of 100 as the baseline and the rest of the athletes were ranked accordingly. 2. Endorsement Dollars: Based on the reports provided by credible sources such as Forbes on the athletes' monetary worth based solely on their endorsement earnings. 3. Social Media Followers: The total number of followers the athletes have across all social media platforms including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc. However, keeping in mind that not a lot of the famous athletes are not present on every social media platform, the numbers of their most famous account has been taken into account. After going through such a gruelling yet organised method of research, here is the list of the 10 most famous athletes of the world: For the fourth year in a row, Cristiano Ronaldo tops our ranking of the biggest names in sports: ESPN World Fame 100. pic.twitter.com/z25QVCqTzD — ESPN UK (@ESPNUK) March 12, 2019 1. Cristiano Ronaldo 2. Lebron James 3. Lionel Messi 4. Neymar Jr. 5. Conor McGregor 6. Roger Federer 7. Virat Kohli 8. Rafael Nadal 9. Stephen Curry 10. Tiger Woods While the top four players mentioned in the list are without doubt deserving, the fact that Conor McGregor was ranked fifth, especially with athletes like Roger Federer and Virat Kohli's immense popularity, seems a bit odd. ESPN World Fame 100 - 2019 list: 1. Cristiano Ronaldo 2. LeBron James 3. Lionel Messi 4. Neymar 5. Mcgregor 6. Roger Federer 7. VIRAT KOHLI 8. Rafael Nadal 9. Stephen Curry 10. Tiger Woods pic.twitter.com/jiGj0FvWfs — Mohammed Ibrahim Farooqui (@iBM1105) March 12, 2019 We also have to keep in mind that the list comes after whatever actions the numerous athletes took back in 2018. McGregor's memorable bout with Floyd 'Money' Mayweather definitely catapulted his name's worth amongst the audience that followed sports other than MMA. Following that, the major rivalry between the Irishman and his Russian opponent Khabib Abdulmanapovich Nurmagomedov which became uglier after the fight, also must have played a huge role, especially in the 'Search Score' and 'Social Media Following' categories. Having said that, the Indian cricket team's captain Virat Kohli too had the best year of his career. Winning all the three top ICC awards for his brilliance in every format of the game, namely Men's Cricketer of the Year, Test and ODI Cricketer of the Year. He was also named the captain for both ODI and Test Team of the Year.
  6. So, the 'Notorious' Irishman has made headlines for his encounter with the law, yet again! This time for allegedly strong-armed robbery and misdemeanor and criminal mischief against an English civilian during his stay in Miami, Florida. According to MMA Fighting, Conor McGregor, the former UFC two-division champion, was charged on two counts for allegedly smashing the civilian's phone on Monday, outside a famous Miami Beach hotel as confirmed by the Miami Beach Police Department. MBPD has arrested and charged Conor McGregor, DOB: 7/14/88, with Strong Arm Robbery and Criminal Mischief, both felonies. Please see arrest report and booking photo below. No additional information will be provided. pic.twitter.com/9HdkRWPnd8 — Miami Beach Police (@MiamiBeachPD) March 12, 2019 Based on the arrest affidavit, both McGregor and the English citizen named Ahmed Abdirzak were exiting the hotel around half-past-five in the morning when the latter tried to capture the fighter's image with his phone. Displeased with the incident, McGregor decided to deal with the fan on his own. He snatched the phone out of the hands of Abdirzak, threw it on the ground, stomped on it a couple of times while causing a great amount of damage to the device and finally picked it up and walked away with it. After a case was filed against the Irishman, his attorney Samuel Rabin issued a statement on the incident: “Last evening Conor McGregor was involved in a minor altercation over a cell phone that resulted in a call to law enforcement. Mr McGregor appreciates the response of law enforcement and pledges his full cooperation.” Twitter rewarded the formal champion in the most 'Conor McGregor' way possible, by roasting him online: BREAKING: Conor McGregor Does A Conor McGregor — WWN (@WhispersNewsLTD) March 11, 2019 Fucking love Conor McGregor but he does himself no favours at allð — Connor Marshall (@ConnorM1872) March 11, 2019 Conor McGregor got arrested for stealing and smashing a fans phone. This is no way to treat Dillon Danis. — MMA Roasted (@MMARoasted) March 11, 2019 "Mr. McGregor sir, do you think i can get a pic with the champ champ?" Conor: pic.twitter.com/Gkwi8JmFHz — MacMallyð (@MacMallyMMA) March 12, 2019 Alternative headline: Conor McGregor gave a fan a surprise phone upgrade first thing this morning in Miami. — Mike Chiappetta MMA (@MikeChiappetta) March 11, 2019 Conor McGregor has now more arrests than wins in the last 3 years. — Mofasa (@hakkar2k) March 11, 2019 No stranger to police stations, massive fines and bad media, McGregor was charged with two counts of felony in Brooklyn for throwing a dolly out through a bus window and ended up pleading guilty to misdemeanor disorderly conduct in order to avoid jail time last July. He is also currently undergoing a 6-month ban and has already paid a hefty fine worth $50,000 for the widely covered altercation with his opponent, Khabib Nurmagomedov that took place last year. After losing to the Russian via submission in the fourth round, Nurmagomedov leaped out of the octagon and attacked McGregor's entourage as a response of months of bullying and unfriendly behaviour displayed by Team McGregor towards Khabib, his coach and the rest of his squad.
  7. After the infamous bout between the Russian MMA fighter Khabib Nurmagomedov and the 'Notorious' Conor McGregor, which got out of hand within two minutes of McGregor tapping out as Nurmagomedov leapt over the octagon and attacked two of McGregor's men. The incident led to the two rivals getting into a lot of trouble, as Khabib was banned for nine months with a hefty fine of $500,000 while McGregor was suspended for six months with a $50,000 fine off his match fee by the NAC for their roles in the UFC 229 post-fight melee. However, it seems that while Nurmagomedov is spending his days of asylum in quiet, McGregor is out already searching for his next prey. The name of McGregor's potential next target is Kelvin Gastelum, the new UFC middleweight champion who won the title by forfeit after his opponent and former champion Robert Whittaker was ruled out of the main event of UFC 234 on Saturday in Melbourne, Australia after being diagnosed with a hernia and had to undergo immediate surgery. McGregor did not approve of the fact that Gastelum was practically gifted the title without even throwing a single punch and showed his disapproval on Twitter in the most 'Conor McGregor' way he could: Why is that worm holding the 185lb belt? There are worms crawling on his skin! It was absolutely ludicrous to even consider allowing him to compete. Let alone now walk around the arena shaking our fans hands. Someone sort this, this instant. And sterilize that belt. Immediately. — Conor McGregor (@TheNotoriousMMA) February 10, 2019 Calling Gastelum a 'worm', McGregor took a jab at the champion after he was trolled online for having some dermatologic issues. Formerly working as a bounty hunter, the current UFC middleweight champion, Kelvin Gastelum fought his first professional battle in Mexico in 2010 against Jose Sanchez, who submitted to Gastelum after a barrage of punches destroyed his face. He made his UFC debut in January 2013 during the Ultimate Fighter: Team Jones vs Team Sonnen and went on to win the Ultimate Fighter contest to become the youngest ever to do while having a brand new UFC contract under his belt. Ever since his debut, Gastelum has entered the ring a total of 19 times out of which he's won 16 and lost the remaining three. After the McGregor tweet, the fighter in Gastelum confidently replied to the notorious one: Come take it off.... Little prick! https://t.co/823ptmymr8 — #OnAmission4Gold (@KelvinGastelum) February 10, 2019 Is this the comeback fight we are looking forward to as Conor's return is due in March? McGregor's provocative tweet for the champ comes after he commended Anderson Silva's losing efforts in the battle against Israel Adesanya which replaced the Gastelum-Whittaker bout Down Under. A couple of weeks ago, McGregor also tickled the thought of fighting 'The Cowboy' Donald Cerrone after his impressive knockout victory over Alexander Hernandez in January.
  8. Great athletes aren't born. They are built. Khabib Nurmagomedov never thought that he will go down as one of the greatest UFC fighters, when he practised wrestling with bears as a young boy. As astonishing as it sounds, Khabib's father, who also doubled up as his coach, forged a warrior with training techniques that most people haven't even heard of. This is the story of Khabib Nurmagomedov, the man who demolished Conor 'The Notorious' McGregor. The Hustle Started At The Age Of 8 © Bossip Coming from Dagestan, one of the 'toughest places' in Russia, Khabib started training at the age of 8. Being proficient in man-to-man combat sports holds utmost importance in Dagestan. Khabib's father, a retired military vet and an accomplished 'Russian Sambo' coach, took him under his wing. From here on, Khabib's process of being forged into a fighting legend took off. After training for 3 years in Russian Sambo, at the age of 12, Khabib was put into training for wrestling. At 15, came judo. Then again at 17, he was pulled into perfecting Russian Sambo. His father, step by step, with the patience of a wolf, meticulously trained him in the most prominent martial art disciplines. Khabib gave his all and hence, became one of Dagestan's most ferocious fighters. Fighting With Bears Though not much is detailed about this time in Khabib's training, what has the internet hooked is a clip where an 8-year-old Khabib can be seen fighting a bear cub. You can see Khabib practising grappling moves on the cub in the video from 1997. Soon after the video blew up on the internet, Khabib's crew confirmed that the bear fighting was a part of his training regime as a kid. Training For The Worst When not on the mat perfecting his skills, Khabib takes to the old school training approach for his strength and conditioning. Long runs on inclined surfaces for endurance work, high repetition bodyweight exercises, hill sprints and literally training with stone weight outdoors, Khabib's training, both present and in the past, is as old school as it gets. The logic behind it is very simple- prepare for what your sport demands. His skills in Judo, Russian Sambo, Jiu-Jitsu and wrestling coupled with balls-to-the-wall strength and conditioning, makes up for an invincible Khabib inside the octagon. 27-0 & The Killing Of Conor McGregor's Ego © Abc.net Ever since his debut in 2008, Khabib has fought 27 bouts and has never been defeated. That's the longest winning streak in the history of professional MMA fighting. On 7th October 2018, Khabib came down on the infamous Conor McGregor, crushing his bloated ego and his hope of winning the lightweight championship belt. Loaded with emotions, Khabib was at his prolific best on the mat and most notably, his aggressive best when he started a bare-knuckle brawl with Gregor's camp post the match. He presently stands tall as the longest reigning lightweight UFC champion in the world, and with 5.5 million followers on Instagram, he's also the most popular Russian sports icon in the world. Everything on his resume screams hard work and well deserved!
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