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Henry Cejudo not impressed with recent Conor McGregor training footage: “Stay away from them yes men”

Henry Cejudo, (16-2 MMA) retired after successfully defending his UFC bantamweight title by TKO over Dominick Cruz (24-3 MMA) in the second round at UFC 249 in May of 2020.

Conor McGregor (22-6 MMA) is preparing himself for a UFC comeback after a broken ankle which he suffered during his trilogy fight with Dustin Poirier (28-7 MMA). It was at UFC 264, in July of 2021, where McGregor went down to defeat against Poirier and suffered his injury. Poirier has been victorious in 2 of the 3 fights between the two.

Conor McGregor recently released training footage on Instagram showing his progress to date and stating:

“Day 3 back boxing without issue! 🙏
Soon this injury will be a distant memory on my Martial Arts journey.
No one has a road without bumps – but winning is about a positive attitude and determination and hard work
I am back and only getting better.”

The Irishman is targeting a summer return to the Octagon. As to who his next opponent might be, several names have been thrown out there, including Islam Makhachev (21-1 MMA), Charles Oliveira (32-8 MMA) and Rafael dos Anjos (31-13 MMA). However both Jake Paul and Chael Sonnen have suggested that the perfect fight would be Conor McGregor vs Jorge Masvidal (35-15 MMA).

Henry Cejudo took to Twitter in response to the video post with a message for Conor McGregor:

“Your hands are down and your distance is off. Stay away from them yes men. Just a tip from the ‘The Goat’.”

As for Henry, he’s talking coming out of retirement and returning to the cage. Cejudo, 34, has stated he is absolutely serious about wanting a fight with Alexander Volkanovski (23-1 MMA).

Do you agree with Henry Cejudo that Conors’ ‘hands are down and distance is off’ in his training video? Who would you like to see ‘The Notorious’ fight next? Share your thoughts in the comment section PENN Nation!

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