Former two-division Octagon gold holder, Henry Cejudo has labelled undisputed middleweight kingpin, Sean Strickland a “crybaby” – in reaction to the latter’s emotional outburst and melee with incoming title challenger and foe, Dricus du Plessis in the crowd at UFC 296 last weekend.
Cejudo returned to the ring in May after a three-year hiatus. He was a former Olympic gold medalist and undisputed flyweight champ under the banner.
Challenging for divisional spoils, Los Angeles-born contender, Cejudo suffered a close, split decision loss to former champion, Aljamain Sterling in the pair’s title affair.
He is scheduled to return to the Octagon in Anaheim, California at UFC 298, where he will face Merab Dvalishvili, a surging bantamweight contender, in what could be a championship eliminator.
Henry Cejudo labels Sean Strickland a “crybaby”
And sharing his thoughts on Strickland’s brawl on fighter row with du Plessis ahead of the pair’s UFC 297 title showdown in Canada, Cejudo donned Strickland a “crybaby” for his emotional outburst.
“[Sean Strickland] likes to talk about other people, he likes to talk about other people’s wives,” Henry Cejudo…