CONOR McGREGOR has released his latest workout video ahead of his mega-fight with Floyd Mayweather.
The Irishman has been pushing himself to the limit in the last few days, with now just a month remaining until the £500million clash in Las Vegas.
The Notorious released a montage on his social media pages, showing him working hard late at night at the UFC Performance Institute.
In front of his entourage, the brutal, punishing clip shows the 28-year-old hard at work on a rowing machine.
As his crew shout their encouragement, McGregor screams out as his muscles begin to burn with pain.
Two-weight UFC champ is clearly exhausted as he climbs off the machine.
The clip then cuts to the ever-extravagant McGregor in his £155,000 Lamborghini Huracan Avio – which is painted bright green.
The controversial star captioned the video simply: “I am Batman.”
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McGregor’s coach John Kavanagh claimed that this is the best shape his man has ever been in.
“I’ve been with Conor a while,” he said.
“This is the best physical condition I’ve ever seen him in. Unparalleled work ethic.”
McGregor has posted numerous workout and training videos as he closes in on the August 26 date at the T-Mobile Arena.
Despite taking place in his first EVER pro boxing match, the odds on McGregor are not as long as expected.
And former welterweight world champ Paulie Malignaggi, who has been sparring with the Irishman, reckons he could take unbeaten pound-for-pound great Mayweather by surprise.
He said: “Do you want to know if he hits hard? Yeah, I mean, he’s not a weak puncher. I’ll say that.
“People are dying for me to say, ‘Oh he hits hard! Oh, his big left hand.’ Listen, if Conor hits you, you’re going to feel it. He’s a grown man.
“I’d say he’s an above average puncher. If he lands a shot with 10oz gloves, it will probably get your attention.
“Is it ‘Oh my God power?’
“No, ‘Oh my God power’ is very rare.
“More than anything he’s accurate and I think that’s what plays into the success he has with his punches. Nothing was like overwhelmingly powerful. I mean, he’s got power. He’s more accurate I’d say than anything.”