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“You Guys All S**k” – Henry Cejudo Rains Down on the Bantamweight Division



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It’s no surprise that Henry Cejudo has continued to remain active despite calling retirement back bat UFC 249. Henry Cejudo dropped the bantamweight title soon after his TKO victory over Dominick Cruz, and is eyeing a boxing bout against lightweight boxer Ryan Garcia. Interestingly enough, Cejudo has managed to be more relevant despite dropping the bantamweight championship belt, and has been active on social media calling out fighters, and trash-talking the entire bantamweight division.

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Earlier, Henry Cejudo took a dig at the newly crowned flyweight champion Deiveson Figueiredo, who called him out after his emphatic win over Jospeh Benavidez for the UFC Flyweight championship.

And this time, it was Aljamain Sterling’s turn to face the wrath of former dual champion Henry Cejudo. After Dana White claimed that Aljamain Sterling might not be the next for the UFC Bantamweight title, Sterling took to twitter to share his thoughts. Additionally, Marlon Moraes was quick to respond, and claimed that he deserves the title shot considering his TKO win over Sterling, and the most recent win over Jose Aldo.

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Henry Cejudo took to twitter and slammed Aljamain Sterling. Cejudo’s tweet read, The way I see it, You guys all suck! It’s crazy to see what you guys are willing to do for a silver medal!” 

Ever since his retirement, Henry Cejudo has maintained that all the fighters fighting in the division are now fighting for the silver medal, considering he hold the championship belts in both the division, and has never been finished inside the octagon. Cejudo vacated his flyweight championship belt after defeating one of the greatest mixed martial artist of all time, TJ Dillashaw. In his title defense at the Bantamweight division, Cejduo became the first fighter to finish Dominick Cruz inside the octagon. In the process, he became one of the only three fighters in the history of UFC to defend their championship belts across two divisions.

While there are reasons to believe that Henry Cejudo would come out of retirement sometime in future, it remains highly unlikely. It’s safe to assume to that Cejudo will go down in history as one of the greatest mixed martial arts.

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