Former UFC double-weight champion Henry Cejudo makes a snappy comeback against Conor McGregor as the pair engage in a Twitter tussle

Henry Cejudo and Conor McGregor have been going back-and-forth on Twitter for quite some time now. The pair have resorted to insults, mockery and derision in an attempt to put down each other.

Conor McGregor and Henry Cejudo
Conor McGregor and Henry Cejudo

The most recent memory of this feud initiation was when Cejudo mocked a boxing training video that Conor put out. McGregor immediately reacted to it by saying that Cejudo was once a ‘fan-boy’.

Cejudo reignited the war of words when McGregor was arrested earlier for speed-driving. The Mexican born fighter reacted to the news by saying that McGregor should be careful if has any intentions of fighting him in the future. He said,

@TheNotoriousMMA I know you are scared to fight me but slow down buddy. I need you to get injured during the fight..not before.’

The Irishman did not take kindly to these words and dismissed the idea of the fight to the core. He said, ‘MATE, I DON’T GIVE TWO FUCKS ABOUT YOU. YOU ARE A NOBODY. WHO THE FUCK EVEN ARE YOU? YOU ARE A LITTLE SKID MARK TO ME, STOP MESSAGING ME, THANKS.’

McGregor looked uncommonly agitated by Cejudo’s continuous nagging which is apparent by the message.

Henry Cejudo responds to Conor’s statement calling him a nobody

Cejudo did exact retribution in his own quirky way by saying that he has an Olympic gold around his neck, while McGregor has silver chain around his wrists.

This is not the first time that the ‘Notorious’ has had trouble with the law, and it is noticeable by now the distress he faces when his peers discredit his achievements.

Cejudo tweeted by saying,

‘The only skid mark you should be worried about is the one you caused by driving like an arse. I’m a 2X Champ and an Olympian. I’ve had gold around my neck. You’ve had silver locked around your wrists. @TheNotoriousMMA

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