Henry Cejudo has been attacking current featherweight champion Alexander Volkanovski lately.
“Triple C” recently spoke to the Australian in an Instagram video. In the clip, the former two-division UFC champion asked “The Great” to sign the contract so the two could go head-to-head in the Octagon.
“My question is, where are you at Alexander Volkanovsky? You’ve become an overgrown dwarf. Do you really think you can beat the Olympic champion, flyweight champion and world bantamweight champion. C ‘That’s all you gotta do, man. Talking is cheap. Let’s go, man. Sign the fucking contract. “
Watch the video of Henry Cejudo asking Alexander Volkanovski to sign a fight contract below:
Henry Cejudo called Alexander Volkanovski multiple times from UFC 266
Henry Cejudo has called Volkanovski since the champion’s impressive victory over Brian Ortega in the main event of UFC 266. The Australian had a two-way battle with ‘T-City’ that lasted 25 minutes.
Volkanovski ended up taking the decision victory after the judges scored the contest 50-45, 50-44 and 49-46 in his favor.
On a recent episode of his podcast with The Schmo, Cejudo raised the possibility of fighting Volkanovski in Australia and becoming the first three-division champion in UFC history.
“Alexander the average, if you don’t think you’re the youngest Olympic champion in history, if you don’t think you’re the all-time greatest fighter with the most title defenses in UFC history , which is 11, if you don’t believe I beat TJ Dillashaw, Dominick Cruz and Marlon Moraes in two or three rounds, you’re crazy … The only thing I asked average Alexander and Dana White, or should I say bald Dana, this is give me the opportunity man, give me the opportunity to become the first fighter in UFC history to hold three belts. That’s right, I Said three belts. You give me the opportunity, I will give him this human sacrifice in Australia, among you all, I will make him bend his knee! ”
Check out Henry Cejudo’s comments on his podcast with The Schmo below:
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Volkanovsky said he was not against the idea of fighting “The Messenger”, saying he would “crush the little germ”.
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