Henry Cejudo has been winning in every component of fight sports activities he has tried — nonetheless if he doesn’t salvage his hand raised at February’s UFC 298 card, he says it’s doubtless time to hang up the gloves for moral.
Cejudo, the worn UFC flyweight and bantamweight champion, used to be defeated in his final outing in opposition to Aljamain Sterling, in what used to be his first bout in three years after vacating the promotion’s 125 and 135-pound titles in 2020. He returns to motion on February 17 in opposition to Sterling cease buddy and coaching accomplice Merab Dvalishvili and has said that if issues don’t gallop his formulation in that battle in Anaheim, California, it’s doubtless time to step some distance from the game for moral.
“I have to wish to lose it to Aljamain, I have if I was going to head doubtless down the ladder, I would doubtless be performed with fighting again because it’s trusty fancy the game is exhausting, man. Practicing camps, having two young americans, and issues fancy that. … It’s all or nothing, man.”
“It’s extra of a motivation of vengeance,” Cejudo said of his wish to compete. “It’s not always the frilly. Even coming serve to the game, I was fancy, ‘I wish to check myself.’ I fancy the [Sterling] matchup. It has been three years, nonetheless it used to be also the monetary compensation. I point out, there’s nothing more uncomplicated to provide money than the battle game.”
Cejudo will have his arms fleshy in opposition to the #2 ranked bantamweight Dvalishvili. The 33-365 days-light Georgian has received 9 straight fights at 135-pounds, along with most popular impressive wins over Petr Yan, Jose Aldo and Marlon Moraes, and one extra bewitch will probably align him for a title shot in opposition to Sterling’s conqueror for the belt, Sean O’Malley.
We discover for optimistic on the UFC 298 card on February 17.