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Conor McGregor responds after Henry Cejudo suggests he learn setup punches: “Make the splash kiddo. You a fat mess the last 24!”

Conor McGregor unloaded on Henry Cejudo in a series of recently deleted tweets as their strange feud continues. While many are waiting to see who Conor McGregor is going to fight upon returning to the UFC, others are just tuning into his Twitter page to see who he can rile up next. ‘The Notorious’ has made a habit of winding up the masses in the name of having a bit of fun, but in this particular instance, it seems to be Henry Cejudo who is the one doing the poking.
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Henry Cejudo Continues To Provide Unsolicited Advice To Conor McGregor

Henry Cejudo is still handing out unsolicited advice to Conor McGregor. McGregor is in the middle of planning his UFC return for later this year against a to-be-determined opponent. He hasn’t fought in the Octagon since his devastating leg break against Dustin Poirier at UFC 264. Cejudo retired following...
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Conor McGregor no longer the highest-paid athlete in sports in 2022, Jake Paul makes first appearance on the list

Conor McGregor still had a very profitable year, but he’s no longer the highest-paid athlete in sports. That’s according to Forbes, who revealed the top 50 highest-paid athletes’ list for 2022 on Wednesday, with soccer star Lionel Messi at the top after he reportedly earned $130 million through a lucrative contract while playing for Paris Saint-Germain and FC Barcelona along with a multitude of endorsement deals.

Photos | Conor McGregor appears to have trimmed down ahead of his UFC return: “I see dead people”

Conor McGregor has once again shown off his incredible physique while also teasing an imminent return announcement. The social media presence of Conor McGregor never fails to make headlines given his status as the biggest star in the history of mixed martial arts. He knows that he has everyone pondering over his next move and even though some believe he shouldn’t be anywhere near a title shot, there’s a decent chance he’ll get one at either welterweight or lightweight.

Michael Chandler Wants Conor McGregor: ‘I’m Fighting Next For The Title Anyway’

Michael Chandler was quizzed to pick between Conor McGregor or a title fight. “Iron” is open to fighting McGregor in Ireland. Michael Chandler is well aware that he’s stunning KO win over Tony Ferguson at UFC 274 has become his ticket to a title shot. However, with Conor McGregor hinting at a potential showdown, “Iron” admitted that he wouldn’t say no to it.

Forbes: Conor McGregor no longer top-paid athlete, remains No. 1 MMA earner

Though it was a successful financial year by most any account, Conor McGregor is no longer the highest-paid athlete in professional sports. According to Forbes, the former UFC two-division champion ranks 35th among the 50 highest-paid athletes for 2022. The Irish star reportedly garnered $43 million in total: $33 million from a UFC 264 bout against Dustin Poirer in July 2021 and another $10 million in endorsements and sponsorships.

‘I know who’: Conor McGregor teases that he has chosen next UFC opponent

Conor McGregor has hinted that he knows whom he will fight in his next UFC bout, saying he also knows ‘when’, ‘where’ and ‘how it goes’.McGregor last fought in July 2021, losing to Dustin Poirier via TKO after sustaining a broken leg at the end of the first round. The Irishman also lost to Poirier in January 2021, suffering a second-round knockout by the American.Now McGregor, 33, is recovering from his broken leg and targeting a return to the Octagon later this year.The former dual-weight champion wrote a series of tweets on Tuesday evening, beginning: “I feel like I...