Watch out, Superman—Cyborg might be the strongest member of the Justice League.
Actor Ray Fisher has apparently been hitting the gym hard as he films his role as Victor Stone, a.k.a Cyborg, in the upcoming DC team-up flick.
He’s rocking some ripped eight-pack abs, his traps are bulging out of his body, and his biceps look like canned hams trying to break out of his skin:
Fisher has been rubbing elbows with Men’s Fitness cover star Henry Cavill (Superman), Jason Momoa (Aquaman), and Ben Affleck (Batman)—or at least taking notes from their personal training routines—and it's clearly paying off.
If we were to venture a guess, it looks like Fisher is putting in work in a CrossFit-style gym: there's a Rogue Infinity rig, for one thing, plus the gymnastics rings and wooden plyometric box. (Again, can't know for sure.) But either way, Fisher is making sure Cyborg can keep up with the likes of the Justice League as filming goes down in London.
We’ve brought you Cavill’s workout for Justice League that put him in top shape to play Superman again—plus, its basically been confirmed that Cavill is gearing up for a sequel to Man of Steel. Affleck has been putting pounds on his body for the film to make sure he fits in Batman’s new “Tactical Batsuit," while July/August Men’s Fitness cover star Chris Pine has been globe-trotting with Gal Gadot for 2017’s Wonder Woman.
Want to see more of the bulked-up Fisher in action? Watch the Justice League trailer here.
Justice League, directed by Zack Snyder and starring Fisher, Cavill, Momoa, Affleck, Ezra Miller, and Gal Gadot, will be released on November 17, 2017.