Henry Cejudo: His Own Worst Enemy

With his thoroughly dominant performance over recent world title challenger Chris Cariaso at UFC 185, former Olympic gold medalist Henry Cejudo proved he has all the physical skills necessary to be a world class mixed martial artist. Over three rounds, Cejudo used his superior technique, timing, and speed to dominate former title challenger Chris Cariaso en route to a unanimous...
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May 22, 2015  |  Discuss

Henry Cejudo to fight at UFC 188 in Mexico City, possibly against Chico Camus

Olympic wrestling gold medalist and rising UFC flyweight contender will next fight on June 13 in Mexico City on the UFC 188 card, according to a report from UFC Tonight's Ariel Helwani. Helwani broke the news Wed. on the show. Cejudo is undefeated at 8-0, and has won his first two UFC bouts in dominating fashion. His most recent win came over former world title challenger Chris Cariaso...
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March 25, 2015  |  Discuss

What Did We Learn Post UFC 185

Another MMA event in the books for 2015 with UFC 185 live from Dallas, TX. What did we learn? Well, the main thing we learned was my picks were way off. But this is what happens when you listen to the popular opinion and not your own. That being said, here are some other things we learned after watching UFC 185. Henry Cejudo Can Make Weight Plagued by weight issues since signing...
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March 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Henry Cejudo puts on golden performance over Chris Cariaso

Olympic gold medalist Henry Cejudo sent a message to the flyweight division on Saturday night that he has officially arrived as he put on a clinic against former title contender Chris Cariaso at UFC 185. Cejudo failed to make weight for his first UFC fight and was forced to go up to 135-pounds for his second, but following a win he was allowed to try again and he passed with flying...
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March 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Henry Cejudo Defeats Chris Cariaso By Decision At UFC 185

Henry Cejudo proved he’s the real deal tonight at UFC 185 with a comfortable unanimous decision victory over former flyweight title contender Chris Cariaso. Round One: Nice body kick from Cariaso to start the first round. He tries a leg kick and misses. Another body kick, but Cejudo counters with a punch this time. Punch lands for Cariaso and Cejudo takes him down. Cariaso works...
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March 14, 2015  |  Discuss

A Look at T.J. Dillashaw’s Strange First Title Defense

It was getting annoying as the UFC hype machine talked up Joe Soto. We were reminded over and over that he was a brown belt in jiu-jitsu. That made him a dangerous grappler for TJ Dillashaw to face. Despite the fact that Renan Barao is a black belt himself and is actually a better MMA wrestler than Soto. It would have been nice if they had pointed out that Soto’s movement would be...
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September 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Henry Cejudo Out Of UFC 177 After Bad Weight Cut

Former Olympic wrestling gold medalist won’t make his UFC debut at tomorrow night’s UFC 177 event as he’s had to withdraw after suffering a bad weight cut as he attempted to get down to the flyweight limit. Cejudo had been set to face Scott Jorgensen on the preliminary portion of the event in Sacremento, but after suffering from cramps and nausea while still 4lbs above from the 126lb...
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August 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Henry Cejudo: "I always put myself second because I strive to be first"

When Henry Cejudo was just 21 years old he traveled to Beijing, China to wrestle in the freestyle competition representing the United States of America at 55-kilograms in the 2008 Olympics.  The fact that he made it to the games was shocking enough, but then he went out and pulled off upset after upset all the way through to the gold medal match where he defeated Tomohiro Matsunaga...
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August 29, 2014  |  Discuss

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