Conor McGregor’s UFC 202 Gym Day (HD): 5 Rounds + Hardcore Ab Workout (Complete / Unedited)

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MMA H.E.A.T.’s Wade Eck was on location in Las Vegas, Nevada for UFC Featherweight Champion Conor McGregor’s gym day, which took place Friday, August 12, 2016. Conor trained five full rounds, followed by some ab work prior to his UFC 202 rematch with Nate Diaz. You can watch Conor’s full 35min press conference that took place before the workout here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DVwrLoXSkzg

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Wade Eck co-founded MMA H.E.A.T., a headline-making production company dedicated to covering the sport of Mixed Martial Arts. He directed and produced 23 half-hour MMA H.E.A.T. television episodes for MAVTV, earning recognition as the cable network’s most-watched show. Wade formulated and continues to supervise the company’s social media strategy, which has successfully grown the MMA H.E.A.T. Facebook following to over 150,000 subscribers. To date, he's produced and distributed over 3000 YouTube videos on the KarynBryant and MMAHEAT channels; those videos have exceeded 180 million cumulative views. He also currently oversees MMA H.E.A.T.’s YouTube Multi-Channel Network (MCN) of 700,000+ subscribers. In addition to MMA H.E.A.T., Wade founded MMA Help, an online destination for individuals looking to acquire knowledge of martial arts techniques, training and pertinent educational information within the MMA industry. MMAHelp.com produces online content consisting of “How To” videos featuring all of the major fighters, celebrities and trainers within the MMA industry. Full length professional training sessions are also filmed, including LIVE streams where questions can be asked in real-time. For anyone who ever wondered “what the pros do” in their workout sessions, MMAhelp.com provides a front row seat!

67 Comments on "Conor McGregor’s UFC 202 Gym Day (HD): 5 Rounds + Hardcore Ab Workout (Complete / Unedited)"

  1. AH

    Compare the open workouts of ufc 202 and 205 with ufc229 conor looks so much sharper and clean with his shots and movements the time away really did stunt his growth as a martial artist. Imagine if he didn't step away for ages and continued his growth at this same pace, fuck he would be so clean and dangerous. not sloppy and wreckless.

  2. 170? dont think so! Nate is huge compared to Conor… Im kinda worried! Anyway, i really wanna see Conor wins this time, however i must admit i like Nate as i know him better through media etc. Conor should use his legs more, some obligue kicks and low kicks should help him set a combo for his left hand…

  3. 170? dont think so! Nate is huge compared to Conor… Im kinda worried! Anyway, i really wanna see Conor wins this time, however i must admit i like Nate as i know him better through media etc. Conor should use his legs more, some obligue kicks and low kicks should help him set a combo for his left hand…

  4. Compare this to mayweathers pad work and see the diffrence mayweather is a lot sharper and has clear motion in uppercuts and hooks connor is sloppy on them. Mayweather would blast connor in a boxing match. Connor would win a mma match if he can get close to mayweather even then its not certain he would win.

    • +Jhonny Bhoy See that's the difference. I speak documented facts. They both fight at 155 and cut weight for that comfortably, they both walked in at 170 without cutting nor gaining any weight, both fights. Facts. You however make things up to justify your BS. "clearly he was 190" really? That a guess? Assumption? Again again again: put down the Conor pic and remove that coke can dildo out of your ass. Speak facts. It was an incredible fight. Case closed again asshole

    • +MrFPSDude
      MMANOOB stick to fps, you little pussy, giving it the large on youtube….. You do not understand what you are on about, at 155 nate wont have the weight advantage, this will translate in the fight and nate will be KO'd stiff, why do you think he turned into a wrestler against conor??? Conor wore him out and was on the brink of KO'ing Nate senseless… only a winey butt hurt bum cant see this…. that bum is YOU!…. And to know Conor came into the fight with a fractured ankle…… WHAT A BEAST!

    • +Jhonny Bhoy you remind me of a love-struck little girl who will say anything to justify how you feel, even to the point of making things up lol. As entertaining as this has all been I have grown bored. I wish you the best of luck and look on the bright side, the good news for you is that like most mildly retarded people you don't realize how limited you are in life which is good. You don't know what you don't know. have a good life asshole, case closed.

    • +Thuglife MMA There are 2 scenarios:
      1. Nate will win a decision. Conor will go to lightweight and fight Cerrone. That's why Cerrone is on the same card. If he wins, he gets a title shot at lightweight.
      2. Conor wins in quick fashion. Now that's a statement. Then, I suspect the biggest scenario in the ufc history will emerge: he'll go after Nick. He said he'll do it, watch the old gym press conference with Nate. And this will be the biggest fight in the history of MMA. I hope this will go down, but my 23 years of martial arts experience says Nate will win a decision.

    • +bucataru1977 Yeah that makes sense, I don't know about Conor fighting Cerrone though if he loses. Maybe the winner of RDA Vs Ferguson and Nate gets the lightweight title shot even though I don't think he wants it.
      I don't think Conor will get the finish early, I kind of agree with his coach with the 4th round TKO but I think he'll finish him in the 3rd.
      Man that 100% would be the best move, Nick Vs Conor at UFC 205 in NY, that would get close to Mayweather Vs Pacquaio PPV buys.

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