Henry Cejudo Suspects Sean O’Malley Is Using Meth As Beef Intensifies: ‘Ronald Methdonald Got His Feeling Hurt’

Henry Cejudo took another jab at Sean O'Malley.

Henry Cejudo On Sean O Malley
Henry Cejudo On Sean O Malley - Image via @sugaseanmma @henry_cejudo Instagram
  • Henry Cejudo suggested that Sean O’Malley could be using meth
  • “Sugar” is down to fight “Triple C” as soon as September this year

Though some see Henry Cejudo as irrelevant, it’s kind of evident that he somehow manages to get the people’s attention by mostly taking shots at them. His latest victim? UFC rising star Sean O’Malley.

War of words

Both Cejudo and O’Malley are known for dismantling other fighters by talking trash but in this case, it was “Triple C” who hit first. Cejudo previously insulted “Sugar” by saying that fighting him would be a “tune-up” and like “Jake Paul facing Jon Jones.”

As expected, O’Malley clapped back at the former champ-champ and said they could stop talking and make it happen in September.

“Sept 10th to soon fat ass or you all talk @henry. Can’t find his twitter someone tag please” O’Malley tweeted.

Of course, “Triple C” made a quick and epic response to O’Malley where he referred to him as “Ronald Methdonald,” suggesting he thinks the bantamweight fighter is using meth.

“Lol Ronald Methdonald got his feeling hurt,” Cejudo wrote. “He doesn’t want to die! I’m Eligible in October per USDA. Plus I have to lose some of this Mexican fat. Ps make sure the Virgin boyz are in front row to witness the assassination. I love paperview point.”

https://twitter.com/HenryCejudo/status/1545158953444728833

Both are trying to prove something

While the two still find time to trade shots on social media and interviews, both Cejudo and O’Malley are focused on proving themselves.

At UFC 276, Cejudo personally approached featherweight champion Alexander Volkanovski to state his case for title contention. O’Malley, on the other hand, is eager to prove that he was dominating Pedro Munhoz in his last fight and therefore people should count it as a win despite the no contest.

Will Cejudo wound up facing O’Malley in his return? Nobody knows. But if they do, we would be in for a one heck of an entertaining fight.

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