It’s gruelling, intense, and requires incredible mental and physical strength for a competitor to survive any training camp.

Conor Mc Gregor has earmarked September for his UFC return, according to his head coach John Kavanagh."I would say the same thing about him taking this fight.

It’s not money that’s motivating him anymore," Kavanagh told when asked about Mc Gregor's next move.

“I’ve been seeing a lot of guys out there who try to put on a show.

I’m looking for someone genuine.” Parsons’ ex Chrisley has since moved on to another NBA-er, Detroit Pistons rookie Luke Kennard.

Fighters are of course flooded with adrenaline and its an occasion unlike any other.

Much like how FIFA lets us watch cup celebrations and F1 2017 has the podium celebrations, EA should let us take part in the pageantry of a weigh in.

I’m not asking EA to discredit the hard work fighters put into training – we’re not expecting Mighty Mouse to start battering a car or Cris Cyborg to Test Her Might – but the mechanics could at least keep things varied a little.

Perhaps knockout drills trying to steam through as many training dummies as possible with haymaker blows, or smashing melons with savage leg kicks, improving movement by hitting the heavy bag while on a balance beam, just varied ways to make training a little more interesting.

Parsons most recently was linked to “Chrisley Knows Best” star Savannah Chrisley in February; Celeste confirmed her single status with The Post in April.

“I recently went through a breakup and it’s hard,” she said.

If he left the gym now and stopped fighting, what would he do with his free time?