CONOR McGREGOR was forced to delete his Tweet about Henry Cejudo following a hilarious reaction from the former UFC star.
The Notorious took some pictures at the age of 34 over the weekend calling Americans ‘a little fart’.
But the Irish superstar was defeated when former bantamweight and flyweight champion Cejudo fired back.
In response to ‘farting’ jibe Cejudo wrote: “What do you know about farting? You always run out of gas”.
McGregor has only won one match in the Octagon since beating Eddie Alvarez for his second world title in 2016.
And the Dubliner deleted his post calling Cejudo ‘a little fart’ shortly after the retired star’s return.
McGregor’s tweet comes after Cejudo criticized UFC boss Dana White for not handing him a title ahead of flyweight champ Alexander Volkanovski.
However, White dismissed the suggestion that he could retire and get a title in a different weight class.
He said: “This guy is retired, how many years have he been off?
“He wants to come in and fight Alexander Volkanovski?
“As for Cejudo retiring and thinking he should be able to get in and jump into any weight class and be crowned champion.. That’s not how it works.”
In his first tweet, Cejudo accused White of double standards, alluding to the MMA great GSP’s return in three years to dethrone then middleweight champion Michael Bisping in 2017. his first match.
He tweeted: “I secure both my belts, unlike GPS [sic].
“I stepped down from the top job and retired that Monday to give the rest of the team a chance. Obviously you are afraid that I will win. “
In a later tweet, Cejudo beat McGregor by saying: “Dana, I need a break.
“Honestly, beating TJ Dillashaw in less than a minute and Dominick Snooze in two minutes has become boring.
“I got married, had a kid and now I’m young again. I want to be 4C.
“If I beat an old guy at a bar and learn how to Riverdance, will you give me a shot?”
https://www.thesun.ie/sport/mma/8230006/conor-mcgregor-delete-tweet-henry-cejudo-ufc/ Conor McGregor forced to delete ‘fart’ Tweet after hilarious reaction from retired UFC star Henry Cejudo