UFC: Henry Cejudo challenge to the Alexander volkanovski for the title
UFC: Henry Cejudo challenge to the Alexander volkanovski for the title

From Triple C to Quadruple C: UFC bantamweight champion Henry Sedude will move to featherweight and challenge his current champion Alexander Volkanovsky to achieve an unprecedented feat.

Cejudo has never avoided ridiculous things, and if his last claim is true, fight fans are ready to witness a massive fight later this year. Cejudo turned his eyes on Twitter to set the gloves of the featherweight champion.

Cejudo killed the best fighters throughout his UFC career and defeated characters such as Demetrious ‘Mighty Mouse’ Johnson, TJ Dillashaw, and Marlon Moraes. Cejudo had been inactive for some time, and it was speculated that Cejudo would defend the title against former featherweight king Jose Aldo, but the ship appears to have sailed.

Volkanovsky defeated the wonderful Jose Aldo, then defeated Jose Aldo, and subsequently won the Max Holloway featherweight title. Volkanovsky has surprisingly won eight battles. There is no official announcement of this massive battle, but it is certainly a good prospect to see if the battle will pay off.

Quadrupole C? Henry Cejudo wants 145-pound UFC champion gold Alexander Volkanovsky

Flyweight champions, bantamweight champions, Olympic champions, and Henry Cejudo are looking for even more money.

Former double UFC champion and current UFC bantamweight champion Cejudo followed many fighters, including female flyweight champion Valentina Shevchenko, but after conquering the two divisions, she saw Seems to be pointing to a third party

Newly crowned UFC featherweight champion, Volkanovski, is one of the smallest featherweights in the division, measuring only 5 feet 6 inches, but has a range of 71.5 inches.

UFC Chairman Dana White recently confirmed that Cejudo is planning to defend the £ 135 UFC 250 title against Jose Aldo in Brazil, while the “Triple C” has further increased. It does not prevent you from throwing a few challenges.

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