ENGLAND Ashes star Chris Tremlett looks unrecognisable after undergoing an insane body transformation.
Tremlett, a hero of the Three Lions' last victory in Australia in 2011, took to Instagram to show off the radical change he has undergone.
In his post, the 41-year-old showed off his ripped muscles and six-pack as he hit the gym.
The two-part post firstly showed him taking a mirror selfie alongside the caption "Sunday pull session" before the second saw him lifting weights.
The ex-bowler's physique was always a big part of his game.
And standing at 6ft 7in it is not hard to see why his cricket career brought so many highs, taking 53 wickets for England across 12 tests between 2007 and 2013.
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However, his career also brought its share of fitness frustrations, mostly with his back and knees.
These issues eventually led to his retirement in 2015 at the age of 33 following specialist advice to call time on his career.
But since then he has turned his passion for fitness into a stunning new look, which he often shares with his nearly 14,000 followers on Instagram.
In reaction to his latest flex, one fan joked: "I think [we will] see you soon in WWE😆."
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A second wrote: "Looking good Chris."
While a third added: "Monster 😢."
In 2020, Tremlett recalled an incident with Jimmy Anderson in which he broke his compatriot's ribs ahead of the 2010-11 Ashes series – where Tremlett was the lead wicket-taker on either side.
He told the Daily Mail: "We were put in a boxing ring to spar against each other and for some reason I was up against Jimmy Anderson.
"It was 20 seconds of trying to whack the s*** out of the other guy and I hit Jimmy pretty hard and cracked one of his ribs.
"Luckily he was able to quickly come back because it would have been a disaster if he hadn’t been able to bowl in the first couple of Tests."
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