Loss to DJ taught Cejudo a lot as fighter

The last seven months have provided Henry Cejduo with a number of learning opportunities, and the flyweight contender believes he is a better fighter and man today as a result.Deemed a championship threat before he ever set foot in the Octagon, the Olympic gold medalist validated a lot of those initial projections by collecting four victories in 12 months to push his record to 10-0 and climb the rankings in the UFC’s 125-pound weight class. In early February of this year, his efforts were rewarded, as Cejudo was tabbed to challenge Demetrious Johnson for the flyweight title in the co-m … Read the Full Article Here
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