Henry Cejudo Mocks McGregor, Suggests He is Avoiding USADA Drug Testing

Henry Cejudo takes shot at Conor McGregor, accuses him of dodging USADA!!

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Henry Mocks Conor - Image Credit @thenotoriousmma @henry_cejudo Instagram

Henry Cejudo, who is 36 years old, fought an impressive fight at UFC 288 despite taking a long break from the sport. He lost the fight in a split decision against Aljamain Sterling. Initially, Cejudo was uncertain about his future in the ring, but he later indicated that he has no plans of retiring yet. In the aftermath of his loss, Cejudo started exchanging heated words with Conor McGregor.

Henry Cejudo Roasts Conor McGregor on Twitter

In the video clip, Cejudo is seen reading a tweet from McGregor after his defeat to Sterling. Despite his recent loss, Cejudo seems to be taking it all in good humor and laughs off McGregor’s jabs. After reading the tweet, Cejudo thanks McGregor in a sarcastic tone, showing that he is not fazed by the Irish fighter’s comments.

Conor McGregor responded to Cejudo’s loss in a friendly and positive manner, appearing to end their past feud.

“Haha my pleasure! Good fight! Dust it off and come back. God bless,” McGregor wrote.

Despite suggesting that he might retire after his fight with Aljamain Sterling, Henry Cejudo has expressed his desire to fight again and has called out Merab Dvalishvili, Sterling’s teammate, for a match-up. Dvalishvili is the current number one contender at 135lbs, but he declined to face Sterling after defeating former champion Petr Yan earlier this year.

It seems that McGregor may have missed Cejudo’s other tweet. Henry Cejudo has recently tweeted that Conor McGregor’s failure to re-enter the USADA testing pool is a significant barrier to his much-anticipated fight with Michael Chandler. Cejudo seems to be emphasizing this criticism of McGregor with his latest tweet.

“The only cardio @TheNotoriousMMA is doing these days is running from USADA,” Cejudo wrote

Conor McGregor’s upcoming comeback in the octagon has hit a snag with the USADA’s drug testing policies. The situation has caused controversy and former UFC bantamweight champ, Henry Cejudo, has now thrown some jabs at the Irishman over his predicament.

Conor McGregor has been having a difficult period lately, losing two back-to-back fights to Dustin Poirier. It’s unfortunate that he suffered an injury during his second fight, which compelled him to take a break from the sport to recuperate. Consequently, McGregor had no option but to step out of the United States Anti-Doping Agency’s drug testing pool.

Published on May 9, 2023 at 1:50 pm
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