Conor McGregor shouted out the incredible Zion Clark for his 1st MMA debut win this past Saturday, notes only way to beat the disabled wrestler

Conor McGregor recently shouted out the incredible Zion Clark for his MMA debut win this past Saturday. The 25-year-old fighter was born without legs due to a rare birth disorder but that didn’t stop him from dominantly defeating his opponent to win via a unanimous decision at the Gladiator Challenge: Seasons Beatings in California.

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McGregor was full of praise for Clark’s incredible achievement and took to Twitter to make it known. Interestingly, the Irishman also tagged the UFC in his message, perhaps as a way to make the world’s premier MMA promotion take notice of this incredible MMA artist. He tweeted:

“Absolutely legendary ! @ufc.”

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Conor McGregor further continued to analyze the threat that Zion Clark posed to his opponents and described the only way to beat the Ohio native in the octagon.

The former two-division champion noted that since his opponents can’t kick him due to him being grounded, they would have to develop a particular skill. He tweeted:

“Can’t kick as he is grounded opponent. The only way to stop him is to develop ko ending shots mid transitions in grappling. Very few on the planet possess this skill…”

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Zion Clark earned a Guinness world record for being the fastest person to walk on their hands and was also the subject of a Netflix documentary Zion.

Zion Clark responds to Conor McGregor on Twitter, thanks the UFC superstar for his “love and respect”

The inspirational Zion Clark responded to Conor McGregor on Twitter, thanking the Irishman for his appreciation and recognition of his incredible win. The 25-year-old defeated Eugene Murray via unanimous decision last weekend, in what proved to be one of the most inspirational stories in the sport of MMA.

Clark responded to McGregor’s initial tweet expressing his awe at the fighter’s debut. While breaking down some of Clark’s moves in the octagon, ‘The Notorious’ tweeted:

“Absolutely fascinating to hear about this man’s debut and now see it. Lightning entry on the low single… You should not connect to him in any shape or form… Congrats and so much respect to that man Zion Clark! Mma is the best sport!”

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The Ohio native responded to Conor McGregor in the replies, tweeting his appreciation for the Irish superstar:

Appreciate the love and respect @TheNotoriousMMA, this is just the start for me I’m excited to see how far I can take my fight game! I proved the doubters wrong in wrestling to become an All-American and D1 Wrestler. All respect.”

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Conor McGregor is currently recovering from a broken leg suffered in his UFC 264 trilogy bout against Dustin Poirier. While it is speculated that he will make his return to the Octagon next year, his exact timetable is still unknown.

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