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Henry Cejudo plans second retirement if he misses out on title fight after UFC 298 return: ‘That’s it for me’


Former two-division champion, Henry Cejudo has admitted that if he fails in his next attempt to land the undisputed bantamweight crown for the second time ahead of his comeback at UFC 298 – he will likely hang up his glimmering gloves once again.

Cejudo has been on the sidelines since UFC 288 last May, when he lost a split-decision to Aljamain Sterling, who was previously undisputed champion.

And making his return to competition this weekend in a high-profile main card fight at UFC 298 in Anaheim, Cejudo – an Olympic gold medal winner to boot, takes on surging Georgian contender, Merab Dvalishvili in a potential championship eliminator at the bantamweight limit.

Henry Cejudo considers retirement after UFC 298,

With an eye firmly placed on the outcome of next month’s UFC 299 headliner between incumbent gold holder, Sean O’Malley, and incoming title chaser, Marlon Vera, Cejudo boldly claimed that if he misses out on striking gold at the weight class in the future, his retirement will be a definite one.

“That being said, I either want it all or you can have…

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