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Re: The New Henry Cejudo

Postby DeceptaCon » Wed Jun 12, 2019 1:44 am

abcd wrote:He's lucky that his skull is so big. It'll probably save him from getting knocked out long enough to possibly get in the conversation if he keeps improving impressively.

The guy is huge to be so compact, he has the arms, head and legs of a LW but is just short.
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Re: The New Henry Cejudo

Postby philphan » Wed Jun 12, 2019 9:41 am

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abcd wrote:He's lucky that his skull is so big. It'll probably save him from getting knocked out long enough to possibly get in the conversation if he keeps improving impressively.

The guy is huge to be so compact, he has the arms, head and legs of a LW but is just short.
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Re: The New Henry Cejudo

Postby ThaBlackGuy » Wed Jun 12, 2019 11:35 am

So there's Covington, Kevin Lee, and now this clown doing his best Connor impression... and he's the corniest of em all. It's so forced. And dude is so beatable too.
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Re: The New Henry Cejudo

Postby philphan » Wed Jun 12, 2019 9:57 pm

How Henry Cejudo beat Marlon Moraes: Inside the champion's corner at UFC 238
https://sports.yahoo.com/how-henry-ceju ... 24603.html
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Last Saturday Henry Cejudo (15-2) ended the night a two-division world champion, but for at least the first half of his UFC 238 main event contest against Marlon Moraes (22-6) “The Messenger” got eaten up on the outside and looked as though he might very well be stopped. Cejudo’s third round TKO victory was, technically speaking, largely a story of range, adaptation and varied speed.

For the first round and a half of their bantamweight title fight, Moraes ate Cejudo up at outside range with low kicks, mostly to the lead calf. At kicking range, Moraes was faster, sharper and successfully beat Cejudo’s lead leg up and kept the Olympic freestyle wrestling champion off of his own hips and legs.

By the second round, Moraes even dropped Cejudo to the mat with one of his calf kicks, and it looked as though the flyweight champion might be on his way out of the fight. With just over a minute left in the second period, however, Cejudo began to make the adjustments his coach Santino Defranco told Yahoo Sports that he called for in the corner between rounds.

“I told him this was the first round of [their 2018 rematch with Demetrious Johnson] DJ all over again,” Defranco said afterward.

“We were getting kicked on the outside and in between rounds we talked about having to get inside punching range. People don’t think about it much when they think of Henry because he’s this Olympic champion wrestler, but his boxing is great.”

At kicking range, Moraes was overwhelming Cejudo with speed and accuracy, but once Cejudo got closer to the larger man at the end of the second round and within reach of his fists, he showed that at that range he was faster than Moraes. Cejudo’s punches stung Moraes and he also used them to get even closer to single-collar ties and then full Muay Thai Plum clinches where he was able to whip his opponent around, compromised his posture and landed thudding knee strikes to the head.

After the second round, Defranco said that Cejudo told his corner that his left shoulder was injured and so his left arm subsequently was of no offensive use to him. From there, Cejudo adapted once more and began leading with his right cross more frequently.

From inside that punching range, Cejudo continued to land early and often, once again working in further to secure the Plum clinch again and land more knees to the head. Early in the fight Cejudo failed to stick any takedowns and ground position on Moraes, who showed excellent takedown threat awareness.

Only after damaging Moraes with strikes from inside punching range, where Cejudo had superior hand speed after getting past Moraes’ kicking range where the Brazilian had a speed advantage, was Cejudo able to score and stick authoritative takedowns and pins against the cage and mat, where he ultimately finished things off with ground strikes.
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Re: The New Henry Cejudo

Postby Shuck » Thu Jun 13, 2019 10:26 am

For those that dove into the "manifesting" mindset realm then you will get what cejudo has been doing

Took a pg out of Conors book & the others to do it. The backbone of all of this self hype job is to warp his mind into creating this reality

So all of this cringe isn't just some wwe self promoting persona, its more so putting himself out there, willing it into creation..

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Re: The New Henry Cejudo

Postby PBells » Thu Jun 13, 2019 12:41 pm

It would be great if guys stopped getting popular by becoming cringy retards, but UFC is Hollywood now and the liberals love the cringe, so I guess we're stuck with it.

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Re: The New Henry Cejudo

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Re: The New Henry Cejudo

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Re: The New Henry Cejudo

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Re: The New Henry Cejudo

Postby philphan » Wed Jun 19, 2019 10:26 pm

UFC champ Henry Cejudo out for the year after undergoing shoulder surgery
https://sports.yahoo.com/henry-cejudo-o ... 06418.html

Just 11 days after being crowned champion in a historic second weight class, UFC fighter Henry Cejudo will miss the rest of the year.

Cejudo (15-2 MMA, 9-2 UFC) told ESPN on Wednesday that he would be undergoing left shoulder surgery after tearing his subscapularis muscle. That muscle, which is part of the rotator cuff, is crucial for shoulder movement.

Doctors told Cejudo that he will need four to five months to recover before being cleared to train again, and it will take even longer to be back in fighting shape.

Cejudo said the injury occurred on June 8 during the first round of his fight against Marlon Moraes at UFC 238. Cejudo went on to defeat Moraes in a third-round TKO through the injury, and he also battling an ankle injury, which will not require surgery.

Usually a flyweight fighter, Cejudo moved up a class to bantamweight to claim his second title after upsetting Demetrius Johnson in UFC 228 last August. He became just the seventh fighter in UFC history to win titles at multiple weights and the fourth to hold both titles at the same time.

Prior to the surgery, Cejudo had hinted at moving up another weight class to featherweight; no fighter before has won titles in three different classes. He had also called on UFC president Dana White to improve his pay after his dual championships.

The injury puts a damper on what was a great start to the year for Cejudo, so the 32-year-old will just have to look forward to defending his titles in 2020.
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Re: The New Henry Cejudo

Postby kezzaman » Wed Jun 19, 2019 11:53 pm

philphan wrote:UFC champ Henry Cejudo out for the year after undergoing shoulder surgery
https://sports.yahoo.com/henry-cejudo-o ... 06418.html

Just 11 days after being crowned champion in a historic second weight class, UFC fighter Henry Cejudo will miss the rest of the year.

Cejudo (15-2 MMA, 9-2 UFC) told ESPN on Wednesday that he would be undergoing left shoulder surgery after tearing his subscapularis muscle. That muscle, which is part of the rotator cuff, is crucial for shoulder movement.

Doctors told Cejudo that he will need four to five months to recover before being cleared to train again, and it will take even longer to be back in fighting shape.

Cejudo said the injury occurred on June 8 during the first round of his fight against Marlon Moraes at UFC 238. Cejudo went on to defeat Moraes in a third-round TKO through the injury, and he also battling an ankle injury, which will not require surgery.

Usually a flyweight fighter, Cejudo moved up a class to bantamweight to claim his second title after upsetting Demetrius Johnson in UFC 228 last August. He became just the seventh fighter in UFC history to win titles at multiple weights and the fourth to hold both titles at the same time.

Prior to the surgery, Cejudo had hinted at moving up another weight class to featherweight; no fighter before has won titles in three different classes. He had also called on UFC president Dana White to improve his pay after his dual championships.

The injury puts a damper on what was a great start to the year for Cejudo, so the 32-year-old will just have to look forward to defending his titles in 2020.


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Re: The New Henry Cejudo

Postby Shasto » Thu Jun 20, 2019 1:22 am

He needs to avenge his loss to Benavidez. As far as I'm concerned he is still way behind DJ since he only has 1 title defense and he is 1-1 with the guy. He got KO'd in the first round the first time they fought and in the rematch he took a decision where he never damaged DJ severely.
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Re: The New Henry Cejudo

Postby philphan » Thu Jun 20, 2019 6:11 pm

kezzaman wrote:
philphan wrote:UFC champ Henry Cejudo out for the year after undergoing shoulder surgery
https://sports.yahoo.com/henry-cejudo-o ... 06418.html

Just 11 days after being crowned champion in a historic second weight class, UFC fighter Henry Cejudo will miss the rest of the year.

Cejudo (15-2 MMA, 9-2 UFC) told ESPN on Wednesday that he would be undergoing left shoulder surgery after tearing his subscapularis muscle. That muscle, which is part of the rotator cuff, is crucial for shoulder movement.

Doctors told Cejudo that he will need four to five months to recover before being cleared to train again, and it will take even longer to be back in fighting shape.

Cejudo said the injury occurred on June 8 during the first round of his fight against Marlon Moraes at UFC 238. Cejudo went on to defeat Moraes in a third-round TKO through the injury, and he also battling an ankle injury, which will not require surgery.

Usually a flyweight fighter, Cejudo moved up a class to bantamweight to claim his second title after upsetting Demetrius Johnson in UFC 228 last August. He became just the seventh fighter in UFC history to win titles at multiple weights and the fourth to hold both titles at the same time.

Prior to the surgery, Cejudo had hinted at moving up another weight class to featherweight; no fighter before has won titles in three different classes. He had also called on UFC president Dana White to improve his pay after his dual championships.

The injury puts a damper on what was a great start to the year for Cejudo, so the 32-year-old will just have to look forward to defending his titles in 2020.


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Re: The New Henry Cejudo

Postby philphan » Thu Jun 20, 2019 6:13 pm

Shasto wrote:He needs to avenge his loss to Benavidez. As far as I'm concerned he is still way behind DJ since he only has 1 title defense and he is 1-1 with the guy. He got KO'd in the first round the first time they fought and in the rematch he took a decision where he never damaged DJ severely.

Yeah, he got lucky getting the nod in that second DJ fight.
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Re: The New Henry Cejudo

Postby PBells » Thu Jun 20, 2019 9:45 pm

Can't help but feel like that decision was rigged to make Mighty Mouse leave. Everyone knew he wasn't happy there and he was on the phone with his manager immediately after the fight trying to get out of his contract. :nerd:
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