It looks like Ray Fisher has been training just as hard as other Justice League members for Zack Snyder’s film. Last week, the actor shared a picture of his 8-pack abs on Instagram. Recently, his trainer Mark Twight decided to commend him for his “hard work.”
Initially, Mark Twight received appreciated in the Hollywood industry after training Henry Cavill for his role as Superman in Man of Steel. Since then, the personal trainer has also trained Jason Momoa for Aquaman and director Zack Snyder himself.
Earlier, Twight shared an image of Ray Fisher. The picture seems to have been captured during his workout. The personal trainer revealed Fisher’s transformation and said in the description that the actor is “earning his place on the Justice League roster.”
Fisher’s ripped physique is fit for Victor Stone, a high school football star. The fictional character will later transform into Cyborg, one of the founding members of Justice League. Fans can check out his image below.
Ray Fisher made his debut appearance in a cameo role in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. While fans only got a glimpse of him in the movie, the recent teaser trailer for Justice League revealed the actor as Victor Stone and Cyborg.
It has been speculated that Cyborg will have a cameo in Ezra Miller’s The Flash. Earlier, rumors suggested that Ray Fisher will also have his standalone movie. However, Warner Bros. has not confirmed it yet.
Fans can see Ray Fisher in action as Cyborg in Justice League. The movie will be released on November 17, 2017. Fans can check out Mark Twight’s Instagram to see more pictures of Jason Momoa and others from their workout session.
Meaningful achievement takes time, hard work, persistence, patience, and constant self-awareness. The path to such success is punctuated by failure, consolidation and renewed effort – usually made by a different person than who first walked through the door. We change in order to become, and we are changed through that becoming. @rehsifyar earning his place on the Justice League roster. / #JusticeLeague #BORGLIFE /
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