Conor McGregor looks STACKED ahead of Dustin Poirier fight… but fans think he looks like he's off to first school day

CONOR MCGREGOR is looking buff ahead of his return to the octagon – but some of his followers have poked fun at his latest social media snap.

Earlier this week, the Irishman posted a picture of himself filling out a multi-coloured polo shirt to his Twitter and Instagram pages.

Many of his followers were quick to comment on his thicker frame, which he's been keeping in prime condition during his prolonged stay in the UAE.

But some were quick to mock his pose, likening it to that of a child before their first day of school.

One of the Irishman's followers tweeted: "School picture day?

Another said: "Why does it look like it’s your first day of school?

And another said: "When your mom make you take a First day of school pic."

One remarked: "First day of school."


McGregor, 32, is currently gearing up for his blockbuster trilogy fight with former featherweight rival Dustin Poirier.

Poirier vs McGregor III will headline UFC 264 on July 10 and will be held in front of a capacity crowd at Las Vegas' T-Mobile Arena.

The rubber match was announced on Wednesday by UFC president Dana White, who said: "What's up everybody?

"UFC president Dana White here. I am so happy to finally be able to say Vegas is back.

"This summer, Las Vegas is back open for business.

"And on July 10, UFC 264 will be at the T-Mobile Arena here in Vegas at 100 per cent capacity.

"Ladies and gentlemen, that's 20,000 fans.

"And this card will be headlined by the third fight between Dustin Porier and Conor McGregor."

McGregor suffered a brutal second-round KO loss to Poirier in the main event of UFC 257 in Abu Dhabi in January.

And the promotion's first simultaneous two-weight champion is itching to have his series decider with the fan favourite.

He told ESPN's Ariel Helwani: "I signed my bout agreement this morning.

"I'm going to rip the game a new a**hole July 10.

"The Mac is back in Sin City! Full house!"

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