Former UFC Champion Calls Out Conor McGregor For a Super Fight

Conor McGregor recently put Kamaru Usman on notice by saying he wants to move up to welterweight for his UFC return.

Though Conor McGregor is aiming to create history by winning the welterweight title, there are few exciting matchups for McGregor in the lightweight division.

And with the recent callout from former UFC bantamweight champion, Henry Cejudo it seems Conor McGregor has a huge super fight on the table.

McGregor and Cejudo have been trading verbal jabs on social media for a while now.

And now, the CCC is willing to settle the rivalry inside the UFC octagon in a lightweight bout.

Henry Cejudo presented a unique challenge to McGregor and tweeted: "Let's make a deal. I'll fight you at 155 pounds on one condition-- You have to stay sober.  If you can do that, I'll agree to measure at 5'4" or under and start the fight on my back. Also Keith Peterson can't ref. Fair? "

It will certainly be an unusual matchup considering the fact that Cejudo used to compete in the flyweight division and McGregor has fought in the UFC welterweight division.

Henry Cejudo's wrestling will certainly give him an advantage over Conor McGregor.

However, McGregor will have the size, reach, and power advantage over Henry Cejudo.

Though McGregor has lost his last two fights to Dustin Poirier he is still a lethal striker and has the knockout power to finish his opponents early in the fight.

What do you think about this matchup? Will it be a competitive matchup if Cejudo ends up fighting McGregor at lightweight?