Henry Cejudo


Conor McGregor responds after Henry Cejudo suggests he learn setup punches: “Make the splash kiddo. You a fat mess the last 24!”

Conor McGregor unloaded on Henry Cejudo in a series of recently deleted tweets as their strange feud continues. While many are waiting to see who Conor McGregor is going to fight upon returning to the UFC, others are just tuning into his Twitter page to see who he can rile up next. ‘The Notorious’ has made a habit of winding up the masses in the name of having a bit of fun, but in this particular instance, it seems to be Henry Cejudo who is the one doing the poking.
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Khabib Nurmagomedov giving lessons to Kamaru Usman and Henry Cejudo

In the face of every show under the auspices of Eagle FC, Khabib Nurmagomedov is actually in the spotlight more than the fighters performing at the show of his MMA promotion. Not surprisingly, given Nurmagomedov's status in the MMA community. There are growing questions about how Nurmagomedov would fare in...
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Henry Cejudo Continues To Provide Unsolicited Advice To Conor McGregor

Henry Cejudo is still handing out unsolicited advice to Conor McGregor. McGregor is in the middle of planning his UFC return for later this year against a to-be-determined opponent. He hasn’t fought in the Octagon since his devastating leg break against Dustin Poirier at UFC 264. Cejudo retired following...

Henry Cejudo Submits 2 Samples To USADA After Rejoining

Henry Cejudo has been reported to have submitted two samples to USADA. Having remained out of action for over two years, Cejudo has been hinting at returning to competition ever since retiring. The former two-division UFC champion announced that he would be hanging up the gloves after his most recent outing against Dominick Cruz in May 2020.
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Morning Report: Conor McGregor posts new training video, Henry Cejudo critiques him again

Conor McGregor appears to be healing up just fine. Last July, McGregor snapped his leg against Dustin Poirier in their trilogy fight at UFC 264. Since then, “Notorious” has been on the sidelines recovering, with a stated intention of returning to the octagon sometime this year. For the last few months, McGregor has been regularly posting videos of his gym work as updates on his recuperation. Over the weekend, McGregor posted another pair of videos of him working his boxing and all signs seem to suggest that McGregor may not be far off from a return.

Henry Cejudo tells Aljamain Sterling he will finish him in 3 rounds during face-to-face interview (Video)

Henry Cejudo has warned Aljamain Sterling that he will finish him inside three rounds during a recent face-off interview. Even though it’s been two years since he last fought, Henry Cejudo is still one of the most active figures in the UFC. The former two-weight world champion recently announced that he’d be coming out of retirement in order to re-enter the USADA testing pool, thus getting him ready for a return to the Octagon later this year.
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Morning Report: Henry Cejudo and Aljamain Sterling come face-to-face: ‘He’s got the belt, but he’s not the best in the world’

Henry Cejudo continues to get more and more serious about his comeback and he knows exactly what he wants. The former two-division UFC titleholder’s last fight came a full two years ago on May 9, 2020, when he scored a second-round TKO against Dominick Cruz at UFC 249. Now, according to him, Cejudo has re-entered the USADA testing pool and has his path going forward all mapped out and it begins with reclaiming his bantamweight crown currently worn by Aljamain Sterling.

Henry Cejudo calls ‘Namajunas vs. Esparza 2’ the worst fight in UFC history: “Rose you just don’t deserve a rematch”

Henry Cejudo has dubbed last weekend’s Rose Namajunas vs. Carla Esparza rematch as the worst fight in UFC history. Namajunas (11-5 MMA) put her strawweight on the line against Esparza (19-6 MMA) in the co-headliner of last Saturday’s UFC 274 event in Phoenix. The bout served as a rematch as the pair had previously met back in December of 2014, where it was ‘Cookie Monster’ who came out the victor by way of submission to capture the promotions inaugural strawweight world title.
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Morning Report: Henry Cejudo offers to train Jake Paul, believes he has better chance to become MMA champion

Jake Paul has managed to find plenty of success when competing against MMA fighters. None of his three bouts against such opposition has come inside a cage, however. The outspoken YouTuber turned boxer has been intertwined with the MMA world for essentially the entirety of his stint as a combat sports athlete dating back to January 2020. Starting with callouts of Conor McGregor and names alike, the closest Paul has gotten is with his last two outings in the squared circle against former MMA titleholders, Ben Askren and Tyron Woodley.

Henry Cejudo Offers To Train Jake Paul For Potential MMA Move

Henry Cejudo is offering to train Jake Paul at Fight Ready for a potential MMA fight. Paul is currently set to return to boxing on August 13 against an opponent TBD. Yet, he has been linked to fighting in MMA as Bellator and PFL both have expressed interest in it. Along with that, he has a wrestling background and has shown himself training leg kicks so Cejudo wants to train him for a potential move.

Henry Cejudo Reveals His Pick For Oliveira vs. Gaethje At UFC 274

Henry Cejudo knows who he is picking in the main event of UFC 274 between Charles Oliveira and Justin Gaethje. The former UFC flyweight and bantamweight champion took to the “Triple C & Schmo Show” to break down Oliveira vs. Gaethje. During the conversation, Cejudo gave his thoughts on who he believes has the edge heading into the fight. Cejudo admitted that Oliveira, in his opinion, is the more well-rounded fighter. “Triple C” gives the Brazilian champion the advantage in the standup game, as well as the ground game.

TJ Dillashaw Targets Title Win & Henry Cejudo Revenge

UFC bantamweight T.J. Dillashaw is eyeing up revenge over Henry Cejudo if he wins the title against Aljamain Sterling. It’s likely the former two-time UFC bantamweight champion will be fighting against current division’s champ Sterling for the title next. With the Jamaican having called out the American in his post-fight interview at UFC 273, Dillashaw is hungry for the title.