NeuroForce1 was at UFC Brooklyn for the main event, where Henry Cejudo earned a knockout victory over TJ Dillashaw and defended his Flyweight Championship belt. With his victory over Demetrious Johnson, considered by many as the best pound for pound fighter and now Dillashaw, the current UFC bantamweight champion and highly considered the best bantamweight ever, Cejudo earns the consideration as one of the greatest athletes ever to compete in mixed martial arts.
Congratulations to Henry Cejudo as he remains the UFC Flyweight Champion.
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Henry Cejudo pokes fun at TJ Dillashaw’s physique ahead of flyweight fight
UFC bantamweight champion TJ Dillashaw looks like a different man entirely as he cuts down to 125 pounds for his Saturday night flyweight title fight with Henry Cejudo, which will air on ESPN+.
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Clinically Validated Muscle-Exertion Wearable Help Underdogs Win
When Henry Cejudo squared up then-UFC Flyweight champ Demetrious Johnson in August, he, too, was rated the underdog. But Cejudo would snap Johnson’s 11-match streak of title defenses. Behind the scenes, those upsets were linked by a single piece of technology: a clinical-grade device that told Williams and Cejudo exactly how hard to push in training sessions and when to takes rests.
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UFC 227: How science will help Henry Cejudo beat Demetrious Johnson
Everything is revolving around science with my recovery and keeping the body healthy,” Cejudo explained to Sporting News. “I wake up every morning and do the Omega weight, which is a device that checks my stress level and dictates how hard I should train that day.
by Steven Muehlhausen