Henry Cejudo has replied to Kai Kara France for his recent comments about him and Deiveson Figueiredo. Henry was the coach and ringman for Deiveson, and he didn’t like Kai’s recent comment about them. Kai is a UFC fighter and competes in the flyweight division of the promotion. Kai is currently ranked #2 in the flyweight division and is a threat to the Flyweight champion Deiveson Figueiredo.
Kai made his debut in the UFC at UFC Fight Night 142 in 2018 and has a professional record of 24 wins and 9 losses. Kara is all set to fight the former flyweight champion Brandon Moreno at UFC 277 and is aiming to fight for the flyweight title soon. Kai won his last fight against Askar Askarov and handed him his first loss in his career.
While looking to earn a title fight, Kai has made certain claims about Henry and Deiveson Figueiredo. In his recent interview at the MMA Hour, Kai said: “I thought Brandon won their last fight. In my eyes, I am fighting the best guy. Once I get past Brandon, I can fight Figgy. I can shut him and his coach up. They talk a lot.”
Henry has replied to Kai on his claims that he will shut henry and Deiveson Figueiredo. Henry talked about Kai on his twitter and said that Kai and his team were not even on the same level as his. “Triple C” told Kai Kara that he was not even thinking about him.
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“C4 this year”- Eric Albarracin believes Henry Cejudo will win the title again this year
Henry Cejudo’s coach is confident that Henry will again win the title by the end of this year. Henry is a two division champ in the UFC and has won an Olympic gold medal in wrestling. Cejudo announced his return to the octagon earlier this year and has again entered the USADA drug testing pool to be eligible to compete in the octagon.
Henry Cejudo announced his retirement in 2020 after defending his UFC bantamweight title against Dominick Cruz at UFC 249. Henry won the fight via TKO in the second round. However, Henry will return to the octagon this year and his coach, Eric Albarracin, believes he will win the title again by the end of 2022.
In his recent interview, Eric said: “Triple C will officially become C4 this year. He is back in the [U.S. Anti-Doping Agency] pool. We go headfirst into it. Henry comes from the Olympic Training Center; he’s been tested since he was a sophomore in high school.”
Henry is nicknamed “Triple C” because he was an Olympics goal medalist and a two division champ at the UFC. His coach believes he will win his fourth title this year as he passes the USADA drug testing pool..
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