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UFC Fight Desk: Henry Cejudo added to UFC 188 in Mexico City

If you’re looking for the next legitimate threat in the UFC flyweight division, look no further than Henry Cejduo.

The unbeaten emerging talent and 2008 Olympic gold medalist has picked up eight straight victories to begin his career, the last two coming inside the Octagon, and had done so largely on the strength of his striking, which is a scary thought for anyone hoping to make a run in the division at the same time. 928 more words


Henry Cejudo set to face Chico Camus at UFC 188

UFC 188 officially has a new flyweight battle set with Henry Cejudo (8-0 MMA, 2-0 UFC) set to face Chico Camus (14-5 MMA, 3-2 UFC). 285 more words


AGON V: Tony Ramos vs Henry Cejudo Video Interviews and Preview

One of the biggest bouts on the AGON card for this weekend features another past vs future matchup. The past is Henry Cejudo, the last lightweight medalist for USA. 317 more words

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Jussier Formiga wants matchup with Henry Cejudo at UFC 188 in Mexico City

With Henry Cejudo seemingly having a spot on the UFC 188 fight card in Mexico City essentially locked up, it would appear all he needs now is a dance partner. 383 more words


Henry Cejudo, Olympic wrestling champion, improves to 8-0 as MMA fighter

Beijing Olympic wrestling champion Henry Cejudo moved to 8-0 as an MMA fighter with a flyweight win at UFC 185 on Saturday.

Cejudo, who became the youngest U.S. 73 more words


Henry Cejudo eyeing Mexico City following flyweight win at UFC 185

After several previous failed attempts to make flyweight, Henry Cejudo successfully made the 125-pound limit for his UFC 185 bout with Chris Cariaso.

Things went well in his first bout in the UFC’s lightest weight class as the 2008 Olympic gold medalist controlled the fight from bell to bell, using his wrestling to dictate where the fight took place and sticking Cariaso’s (17-7 MMA, 7-5 UFC) back to either the cage or canvas. 437 more words


UFC 185 Recap: The Changing of the Guards

Two undisputed UFC titles changed hands last night for the first time since UFC 46 in January 2004 (which ironically I watched this past week on my UFC Fight Pass subscription).   783 more words