Former bantamweight and flyweight champion Henry Cejudo made a somewhat daring bet on a possible comeback fight
The girlfriend on the table
Freshly retired from his victory over Dominick Cruz, at UFC 249, Henry Cejudo already intends to return to serious matters. He made it clear, if he returns, it's to try to make a little more history by fighting for a third featherweight belt, currently owned by Alexander Volkanovski.
Henry Cejudo is relatively confident in his chances of once again victorious out of the octagon, so he's ready to bet his girlfriend on the outcome of the fight:
“If I ever come back to MMA, you are the overdeveloped dwarf. I bet my Olympic gold medal, my two belts and my first girlfriend, that you will not be able to pass the second round against Triple C “
A proposal that may well interest the UFC if it winsAlexander Volkanosvki this weekend at UFC 251 in his rematch against Max Holloway.
Henry “Triple C” Cejudo
At 33, Henry Cejudo hung up his gloves after slamming off one of the greatest careers in the history of combat sports. Olympic champion in wrestling in Beijing in 2008, he successfully completed his transition to MMA, where he won two belts at the UFC, becoming one of the greatest fighters of all time.
After finishing the finish at TJ Dillashaw in just 32 seconds, it was against Marlon Moraes that he became the fourth double champion in UFC history. Conquering the featherweight belt would make him the G.O.A.T. In the meantime, he's enjoying a well-deserved sports retreat, which he may also never get out of.
— to sport.gentside.com