“Teach Khabib how to throw kicks…” Joe Rogan and Sean O’Malley laugh at Henry Cejudo getting outsmarted by Khabib Nurmagomedov

Joe Rogan and Sean O'Malley have a laugh at the video of Henry Cejudo teaching Khabib Nurmagomedov about leg kicks.

“Teach Khabib how to throw kicks…” Joe Rogan and Sean O’Malley laugh at Henry Cejudo getting outsmarted by Khabib Nurmagomedov

Joe Rogan and Sean O'Malley have a laugh at Henry Cejudo's expense (via Imago)

Henry Cejudo became a joke topic in a recent episode of The Joe Rogan Experience. The guest on the show was the new bantamweight champion, Sean O’Malley. The duo of Joe Rogan and O’Malley talked about all kinds of stuff when the topic of Henry Cejudo came up. Cejudo is a former UFC champion and an Olympic Gold medalist.


Joe Rogan and guest Sean O’Malley laughed at Henry Cejudo’s expense. This video of Cejudo teaching Khabib Nurmagomedov some kicks was especially funny to Joe, who couldn’t stop laughing. Before this video was played, O’Malley praised Henry Cejudo for his exceptional skills but also mentioned this:

I feel like he thinks he is a little bit better than he is. When he was trying to teach Khabib how to fucking throw kicks. He was tryna teach Khabib something and he was like landing a kick with his foot on Khabib's knee. Khabib was like 'What are you doing here?'
Sean O’Malley on the Joe Rogan Experience

Sean pointed out the video where Cejudo was with the renowned former lightweight champion of the UFC, Khabib Nurmagomedov. In this video, Cejudo described how he used leg kicks to maintain distance. “The Eagle” dismissed this lesson indifferently, telling him he didn’t need distance as he was an Olympic wrestler. He further stated that Cejudo should “just wrestle” his opponents.

The incident also revealed Khabib Nurmagomedov’s fight IQ, as he still teaches his colleagues important lessons, even after retirement. Furthermore, these podcasts with fighters are a great way to look deeper into their lives. Fight fans look forward to seeing their favorite fighters on these podcasts, especially the well-known The Joe Rogan Experience.


Ryan Garcia responds to Sean O’Malley’s boxing claims amid rumors of a crossover bout

Rivalries frequently arise in the fast-paced world of combat sports, not only across different fighting arenas but also inside the boundaries of a particular discipline. The newest rivalry in the combat sports industry centers on a possible matchup between boxing star Ryan Garcia and rising UFC bantamweight champion Sean O’Malley.

Ryan Garcia did not take lightly to Sean O'Malley's boxing claim
Ryan Garcia did not take lightly to Sean O’Malley’s boxing claim (via Behance/UFC.com)

O’Malley won the bantamweight championship in the UFC 292 main event by TKOing Aljamain Sterling. The young champion then stated that he wanted to explore boxing. O’Malley mentioned Garcia and Gervonta Davis as possible opponents in the future for a major boxing fight. Garcia, nevertheless, wasn’t taking the challenge lightly. This is what he had to say:

SUGA Sean you are good and all. But stop talking about this I’m going to box stuff. You’ll just get knocked out.
Ryan Garcia via X

The exchange between O’Malley and Ryan Garcia has intensified the current discussion over the distinctions between boxing and mixed martial arts. Although O’Malley highlights the toughness of mixed martial arts competitors, Garcia does not waver in his conviction that boxing is a special challenge that may prove insurmountable for MMA fighters.

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