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Ripped Conor McGregor bursts out of floral shirt as he counts his cash and declares ‘Damn right I like the life I live’

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CONOR MCGREGOR is not letting lockdown grind him down after counting his cash in an Instagram post.

The UFC superstar has maintained his figure after returning to the Octagon in January with a win over Donald Cerrone.

And while he awaits his next challenge following the global spread of coronavirus, McGregor appears to be enjoying the free time.

Posing in a floral shirt, the 31-year-old replicated a painting behind him by holding a huge wedge of cash.

The MMA star appears in peak condition with his bulked torso and arms bursting out of his shirt.

Alongside the image, he wrote the caption: "Damn right I like the life I live."

McGregor has been keeping busy during the pandemic and has played his part in helping hospitals across Ireland.

After donating £920,000 of his own cash to hospitals, he followed it up by delivering PPE to 165 different locations.

It is claimed there were around 50,000 items of PPE supplied by McGregor in total.

McGregor will be hoping it won't be long before he steps back into the Octagon following the sport's return behind closed doors.

It was claimed UFC president Dana White held a meeting on Tuesday to discuss his future as he bids to earn a rematch against Khabib Nurmagomedov.

Nurmagomedov is in line to defend his lightweight title against interim champion Justin Gaethje, who won the belt at UFC 249 with an upset over Tony Ferguson.

And White reiterated on Saturday that 33-year-old Gaethje will fight Nurmagomedov, 31, with The Notorious instead being forced to face another challenge.

White said: "We're going to do Khabib and Gaethje in September.

"We'll see what happens with Conor this summer, but I'll be back in the office matchmaking.

"We're going to get back to work and the matchmaking meeting is on Tuesday."

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