MUSTAFA ALI has revealed a fantastic new physique – and the WWE Universe are crazy for it.
The 33-year-old, real name Adeel Alam, suffered a frustrating 2019 when injury ruled him out of the Elimination Chamber.
And with the current coronavirus pandemic causing heartache around the world, it is fair to say the wrestler’s 2020 is not going to plan either.
Despite that, Ali continues to remain focused on reaching the top inside the squared-circle.
And he has certainly been putting the work in at the gym in order to achieve that.
In fact, the superstar says he has never been in better condition than he is now as he showed off a snap of his toned body with a mirror selfie and thanked his trainer.
He captioned the picture on Twitter with: “Big ups to my personal trainer Doug Simmons who got me in the best shape of my life in just 4 weeks. ‘Plans will change, our plans won’t.’”
One fan replied: “Dude you gotta send these photos to Vince so you can get back on tv and fight Roman.”
Another said: “Damn, someone is ready for this comeback Bay Bay!”
A fellow follower commented: “Dam brother you got ripped!!! Can’t wait to see you back, much love from one Chicago native to another!”
Another wrote: “My man coming back bigger and stronger, like you said man patience!”
While someone else said: “You look jacked A!”
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Ali spent four years serving as a police officer in Homewood, Illinois, in Chicago, in order to support his family before being signed to WWE.
His last pay-per-view appearance came at November’s Survivor Series.
It remains to be seen whether he will be part of WWE’s historic two-night WrestleMania 36 next month.