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There has been all the news in recent days that retired former UFC two-time champion Henry Sejudo has made a relentless call for the championship against Alexander Volkanovsky. In response, UFC President Dana White simply shut down and mocked Triple C’s demands.

“The last time I saw him, he was retired. Now, is he angry that he didn’t get the title? It doesn’t even make sense. In another weight class? That doesn’t make sense, ”White told reporters after UFC Vegas 46 on Saturday.

“So I had to jump over it all and give it to him, because all of a sudden, last week, he decided not to retire? Come on, man. It’s a stupid conversation. Stupid.”

Conor McGregor suddenly decided to call it two cents in his usual Notorious fashion. The UFC’s biggest superstar posted this tweet.

H / T: Sportskeeda

Sejudo will probably practice his boring game when he retires. Soon he replied to the Irishman.

Then another answer was returned.

McGregor deleted his tweet as usual.

Sejudo, 34, retired in 2020 after successfully defending his lightweight belt with a technical knockout in the second round against Dominic Cruz.

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