Henry Cejudo On Conor McGregor Pulling Out of UFC 303: ‘Actually a really good sign’

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Conor McGregor’s recent withdrawal from UFC 303 due to an undisclosed injury has sparked speculation about his future in the sport. However, former UFC champion Henry Cejudo offers a unique perspective on this situation.

Henry Cejudo’s Opinion

Cejudo thinks that McGregor’s decision to pull out may indicate a shift in mindset. By acknowledging his limitations and prioritizing his health, McGregor could be humbling himself and taking his comeback more seriously.

“Let me put it to you this way Kamaru: The fact that Conor McGregor has to pull out, that’s actually a really good sign,” Cejudo said on his “Pound 4 Pound” podcast with Kamaru Usman. “What do I mean by that is he’s probably killing a little bit of his ego and now he’s taking it a lot more serious than ever.

“It’s also an experience for him, so the way that I’m taking it, too, is that they’re going to fight, but he’s at that point where, ‘I want to make sure that I’m 100 percent,’ like this comeback to me is real.”

Henry Cejudo Wants The Best From Conor McGregor

Usman agrees with Cejudo. He thinks after three years away, McGregor would rather return in full form than fight compromised.

“It’s significant enough for Conor McGregor to say, ‘You know what, I want to put out the best possible product out there for all the fans and the people who have been waiting for my return,’” Usman said. “‘I want to put out the best me that I can, so I have to push this back because I am not able to give that right now.’”

while McGregor’s withdrawal disappointed fans, Cejudo and Usman see it as a positive step toward a more focused and prepared comeback. The fact that McGregor is prioritizing his well-being and performance suggests that we can expect an exciting return when he steps back into the octagon.

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