Former dual-weight UFC champion Henry Cejudo has as soon as once more taken to social media to critique Conor McGregor’s putting.
The Olympic gold medallist in wrestling has taken up teaching since he retired from the game in 2020 and has steadily tried to supply McGregor putting recommendation, annoying the prolific knockout artist.
On Sunday, ‘Infamous’ posted a clip from his newest pad session throughout which he labored on a brand new strike he referred to as ‘The McGregor bow and arrows’ however Cejudo was not impressed.
“To a lot an excessive amount of wind telegraphs what you’re doing which makes it not plausible,” he wrote on Twitter.
“Half punch the entrance hand to disguise the again hand. It’s not in regards to the mixture however the way you conceal every part with an enormous shock. Sincerely the goat – humble Henry.”
On this event, McGregor has opted to disregard Cejudo however the UFC famous person has beforehand been riled on the truth a fighter most know for his wrestling is making an attempt to offer him putting ideas.
He was quite a bit much less cool when Cejudo critiqued his putting final month, slamming the ‘King of Cringe’ on social media: “You’re a little fats novice with about 2 ko’s. At bantam. I’ve 20. Throughout 3 divisions. Quiet, you bum!”
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‘Triple C’ hasn’t fought since retiring instantly after his bantamweight title defence towards Dominick Cruz at UFC 249 however has constantly teased a return to fight sports activities.
After repeatably calling for a battle with featherweight champion Alexander Volkanovski, Cejudo lastly re-entered the USADA drug testing pool and will probably return to the game later this 12 months.
The 35-year-old has expressed an curiosity in preventing McGregor at light-weight however claims that the Whiskey loving Irishman should keep sober to safe a battle with him.
‘Mystic Mac’ is approaching full health after he suffered a catastrophic leg harm at UFC 264 in July 2021, fracturing his tibia and fibula within the first spherical of his trilogy battle with Dustin Poirier.
In latest weeks, McGregor has stepped up his coaching forward of his eagerly anticipated return to the Octagon which he says might be at welterweight.
The previous featherweight and light-weight champion is intent on dealing with 170lb champion Kamaru Usman, however that battle appears unlikely as ‘The Nigerian Nightmare’ is because of face Leon Edwards subsequent and McGregor is using a two-fight dropping streak.