“He’s a demonstrated boss” – Henry Cejudo urges fans to “never bet against” Jon Jones as he movestoward heavyweight debut
While as of late giving his contemplations on Jon Jones, Henry Cejudo made an impression on the fans. He asked them to never wager against the previous light heavyweight champion no matter what his rival. Following his retirement a long time back, ‘Triple C’ directed his concentration toward training and has been very effective in that area.
Assisting Deiveson Figueiredo with recovering his flyweight title is ostensibly Cejudo’s greatest instructing accomplishment up until this point. When asked by ‘The Schmo’ to tell everybody his considerations on Jones, Henry Cejudo imparted his legit insight on the Hall of Famer.
He demanded that in spite of the debates, the 35-year-old is a “demonstrated champion.” Never bet against Jon Jones. Francis Ngannou, whoever the hell you folks need to place before him. You can never conflict with Jon Jones since he’s a demonstrated boss…
The way that he would come in, was very unassuming, ready to learn. Simply why he’s ruled for such a long time. It’s a similar justification for why, [whether] you all disdain him or love him, he’s the flat out best ever.”
Cejudo looks goal on requiring his different interests to be postponed to zero in on getting back to the octagon some time sooner rather than later. With various adversaries hanging tight for his rebound. The previous flyweight and bantamweight champion will probably wind up embedded straight into the title picture when he ventures once again into the enclosure.
Who will invite Jon Jones to the heavyweight division? Jon Jones has been prodding a transition to heavyweight since his last trip against Dominick Reyes back in mid-2020.
It seems as though we might be in the last phases of his move up in weight. In a perfect world at UFC 282. As the weight class is starting to build up speed. There are a small bunch of potential battles anticipating the previous light heavyweight lord.