Henry Cejudo expresses what he has in store for the current champions of the Flyweight, Featherweight and Bantamweight divisions.
Ever since he has retired from the sport Henry Cejudo has been relentless in taking shots at other fighters. While he had a long stretch of back-and-forth with Sean O’Malley, the former flyweight and Bantamweight champion apparently never blinked his eyes on the titles he relinquished and has continued to intermittently target the current champions of the respective weight classes.
Cejudo, who announced his retirement just after capturing the Bantamweight title in May, 2020, at UFC 249, has often hinted at wanting to make a comeback against the present champ of the Featherweight division, Alexander Volkanovski. And hence via social media Triple-C often takes a dig or mentions the Great in some way or another.
This time he has targeted all three of the champions of 125, 135 and 145-pound divisions and exhibited an apparent nonchalant attitude towards them. Henry Cejudo has called Deiveson Figueiredo (125) and Petr Yan (135) “Rent-a-champs” and labelled Alexander Volkanovski as an overgrown midget in a recent Twitter post.
Moreover, he tagged UFC president Dana White in the same Twitter post, which also displays a comical clip.
Henry Cejudo’s Twitter Post
Yo @danawhite I just want to give you a quick taste of what I would do to your #Rentachamps at 125, 135, and especially that overgrown midget at 145 @alexvolkanovski #bendtheknee 🏆🏆🏆 pic.twitter.com/nqcXUH278a
— Henry Cejudo (@HenryCejudo) December 5, 2020
While, the 33-year-old is yet to put forth clearly whether he wants to return, but considering his incessant throwing of insults on active fighters, it seems Triple-C’s comeback is on the cards and it may take place in 2021.
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