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Sean O’Malley Jabs Back At Petr Yan calling “Tippy Toes”, Drags Henry Cejudo over Ongoing Trash Talks

Sean O'Malley celebrates his knockout victory over Alfred Khashakyan in their bantamweight bout.

Henry Cejudo was seemingly upset that Sean O’Malley referred to him in a “short joke” during his new beef with Petr Yan via social media. Sean O’Malley (13-1 MMA) has been attempting to secure a big fight since scoring a third-round knockout triumph over Almeida at UFC 260.

After his new and rather clever callout of Dominick Cruz seemed to fail. ‘Suga’ directed his attention towards the previous UFC bantamweight champion Petr Yan. Sean O’Malley asked the Russian if he needed to “beat him up” while Aljamain recuperates from a medical procedure.

Yan ultimately responded and asked Sean that if he was high again. O’Malley tweeted, “Yes bud. Higher than you on your tippy-toes. Jk no short jokes. @HenryCejudo might get mad. Are you really 5’4 tho?”

Henry Cejudo a.k.a Triple C did not like the fact that he was dragged into a completely unrelated issue. In response he tweeted, “Hey @SugaSeanMMA too bad the steroids you took couldn’t give you a strong ankle. Tell Dominick I said hello. I’m too busy drinking a 6 pack with Keith Peterson to deal with you right now.”

Read More: Are you high again? Petr Yan slams Sean O’Malley to be out of mind, throwing abrupt challenge in place of Aljamain Sterling

Sean O’Malley is looking for beef

It’s clear that in the efforts to bag a big fight, ‘Suga’ is knocking on the doors of big names waiting for a response. While it may seem like his provocations are getting him nowhere. UFC knows they have to find a veteran who can quench Sean’s thirst to fight the top dogs.

While the former two-division UFC champion was once playing with the possibility of a comeback to the ring. Henry Cejudo has recently directed his concentration toward a potential fight with Floyd Mayweather.

Cejudo (16-2 MMA) last contended in the octagon at UFC 249, where he safeguarded his bantamweight title with a second-round TKO triumph over Dominick Cruz.


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