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Henry Cejudo partners with comedian to savagely roast fans at UFC fan expo


At a meet & greet, Adam Hunter and Henry Cejudo roasted fans.

After successfully defending his UFC bantamweight title, Cejudo last competed in May 2020. He then temporarily retired. The Olympic gold medalist has since concentrated on expanding his audience with social media material that reflects his personality. During a meeting where he signed autographs and took pictures with fans, “Triple C” showed his comic side.

Hunter, a comic who has performed multiple stand-up sets on UFC Fight Pass including two events starring former and current fighters, joined Cejudo. The comedian in the video that was shared on Twitter was making fun of “Triple C” and the audience by saying:

The no p**sy posse is present. Team Fortnight is here… Here, it feels like the Mexican Taliban There won’t be any hookups for these guys tonight. When two virgins meet, this is like that. This is why you don’t want to get into fights, these are the groupies right here.” Since 2005, “this guy has been under quarantine.” “Nobody could physically aspire to him (Cejudo)… In the history of faceoffs, this one is the gayest.
Cejudo added his own quips to the conversation:

I’m only doing the meet and greet today, and I have to go landscaping tomorrow.
My cousins also work as floor installers.
In 2014, Cejudo made his UFC debut. Prior to suffering back-to-back defeats to Demetrious Johnson and Joseph Benavidez, he won his first four fights. The Olympic gold champion returned back with a remarkable run that comprised wins against Wilson Reis, Sergio Pettis, Demetrious Johnson, T.J. Dillashaw, Marlon Moraes, and Dominick Cruz.

Along the way, ‘Triple C’ won the flyweight and bantamweight division UFC championships. Three years after retiring, he is now aiming to cement his legacy by entering the Octagon one more.

Is Henry Cejudo fighting Aljamain Sterling for the UFC bantamweight championship?

During UFC 249, Henry Cejudo announced his retirement, giving up the bantamweight title. He will therefore have the opportunity to win the 135-pound belt in his first matchback. Aljamain Sterling, the current champion, will face Cejudo next, however the match has been delayed due to Sterling’s injured bicep.

“Funk Master” was waiting to see if employing stem cells would allow him to avoid surgery. The alternative healing method must have been effective because Sterling vs. Cejudo for UFC 288 on May 6 is allegedly close to being set. If “Triple C” can repeat as UFC champion, only time will tell.

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