“Sincerely, the technical savage”- Henry Cejudo asks Conor McGregor to take notes from his beatdown of Dominick Cruz

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Henry Cejudo took shots at Conor McGregor via Twitter

Lately, Henry Cejudo has been getting into a lot of twitter altercations with Conor McGregor. The pair have been going back and forth against each other throwing jibes online. It all started when McGregor posted his training clips on Twitter and Cejudo started commenting on them. Triple C shared his criticism and pointed out what McGregor is doing wrong and what he should do in order to be better.

After announcing his retirement from UFC in 2021, Cejudo went into full time coaching and spent most of his time training MMA aspirants. Cejudo was also approached by UFC superstars such as Jon Jones and Zhang Weili to help them in their training.

Being a coach, Cejudo is now obsessed with finding out flaws in others technique and providing his inputs to help them.

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Henry Cejudo educates Conor McGregor about distance management while striking

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Conor McGregor and Henry Cejudo are both aiming to be three division champions and are contantly going back and forth on Twitter

Cejudo recently shared an old clip of him fighting Dominick Cruz at UFC 249 in which the fighter dropped Cruz with a nasty knee to the face. Cejudo did a detailed analysis of the moment when he allured Cruz to come in which opened an opportunity for the knee.

Later, Cejudo retweeted it by tagging Conor McGregor and showing him to understand the technique behind it. Triple C claimed himself as a technical savage and discussed the importance of distance and timing.

“Yo @TheNotoriousMMA take notes. This is what I’m talking about distance combine with the right timing. Sincerely – The technical savage,” wrote Cejudo.

It’s not that hard to understand that the ‘Notorious’ is still one of the best strikers in the roster and has an incredible distance management which has helped to get many Knockouts in the past. But it seems like Cejudo is not giving up on his frequent pokes on McGregor and seemingly enjoying his time doing this. However, it’s hard for him to get anywhere with this as these aren’t giving him any advantage in the long run.

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