Henry Cejudo was not content that Sean O’Malley referenced him in a “short joke” in the course of his the latest exchange with Petr Yan on social media.
O’Malley (13-1 MMA) has been attempting to lockdown a big combat at any time given that scoring a third round knockout victory in excess of Thomas Almeida final month at UFC 260.
Soon after his the latest and alternatively hilarious callout of Dominick Cruz appeared to drop on deaf ears, ‘Suga’ turned his interest to previous UFC bantamweight winner Petr Yan.
Sean O’Malley questioned the Russian standout if he wished to “beat him up” though Aljamain Sterling recovers from surgical treatment.
O’Malley’s opinions spawned Yan to inquire the 26-calendar year-previous if he was high all over again.
‘Suga’ replied to Yan with the following concept that would afterwards depart Henry Cejudo activated.
— Sean O’Malley (@SugaSeanMMA) April 14, 2021
“Yes bud. Bigger than you on your tippy toes. Jk no quick jokes. @HenryCejudo might get mad. Are you truly 5’4 tho?” – O’Malley replied to Yan while tagging Cejudo.
As predicted by ‘Suga’, the “short joke” did not sit effectively with Henry Cejudo, as ‘Triple C’ fired back again with the pursuing feedback.
Hey @SugaSeanMMA way too lousy the steroids you took could not give you a strong ankle. Inform Dominick I stated hello. I’m too active consuming a 6 pack with Keith Peterson to offer with you correct now. https://t.co/JZlNUlWh4A
— Henry Cejudo (@HenryCejudo) April 14, 2021
“Hey @SugaSeanMMA also negative the steroids you took couldn’t give you a strong ankle. Inform Dominick I explained hello there. I’m far too fast paced consuming a 6 pack with Keith Peterson to offer with you appropriate now.” – Cejudo replied.
‘Triple C’ is clearly referencing Sean O’Malley’s formerly unsuccessful exam for the drug Ostarine, which compelled him out of a scheduled contest at UFC 239.
Although the previous two-division UFC champion was once flirting with the plan of a return to the Octagon, Henry Cejudo has most a short while ago turned his awareness to a possible boxing match with Floyd Mayweather.
Cejudo (16-2 MMA) final competed in the cage at UFC 249, where by he defended the promotions bantamweight title with a 2nd round TKO victory more than Dominick Cruz. The former Olympic Gold Medalist announced his retirement from battling promptly adhering to that get.
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