Giving Henry Cejudo His Due

I really am not a fan of the “cringe” gimmick,I feel like Cejudo isn’t doing himself any favors with this schtick. I never believed it gets him any more attention, and that it just alters the opinion of people who already happen to be paying attention. But all of that is of minor importance, because the performance he put on at UFC 238 spoke volumes about Cejudo as a fighter. It was the type of performance that fighters make a name for themselves off of,the kind of fight that sends fighters into another stratosphere in terms of the level of respect they’ve attained. Cejudo’s officially entered that territory and no matter what you may think of his out of the cage antics, you have to give the man his due.

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