Henry Cejudo Speaks About TJ Dillashaw’s Physical Look Heading Into Their Saturday Night Super-Fight
The new Flyweight king Henry Cejudo noticed that the current UFC Bantamweight champion TJ Dillashaw doesn’t look like himself lately because of enormous weight cut. He commented his physical conditioning in the recent episode of an MMA hour.
“The Messenger” says TJ is looking bad at the moment and compares him to “Pee-wee Herman and cross-country runner”. (h/t MMAFighting.com)
“Personally, I think he looks like Pee-wee Herman if you ask me,” Dillashaw said. “In the physique way, I really do feel like he looks like Pee-wee Herman. I thought he’d have a little more bulk to him, but I guess not. He’s not looking so well. It looks like he needs a cup of water. He looks like a cross country runner.”
Dillashaw’s massive weight cut and skinny look have been the hot topic on social media recently.
While “Viper” looks slim, his rival Henry Cejudo has gained some serious muscles. He credits his neuroscience team for fabulous swollen physique and adds he has never felt stronger. The former Olympic wrestling medalist hopes to stop TJ Dillashaw on Saturday night.
“I’m showing you guys what a true flyweight looks like, not depleted, nice and strong, that’s getting ready to take over the world. A lot of that I would give credit to my neuroscience team, NeuroForce1. Everything that I do is all based on technology and science, and I have never felt so good. At the age of 31, I feel like I’m in my prime, baby. I’ve never felt so strong.
“I’m locked in, cocked in, whatever you want to call it. This dude is going to get it. He’s messing with my division. He’s trying to take my belt. He’s trying to snatch my dream. T.J. Dillashaw is going to be my perfect example,” Cejudo continued.
“A lot of people are talking about, ‘Oh, I’m the champ champ. I got two belts. Blah, blah, blah.’ I just want to let you guys know that T.J. is fighting the champ champ. He’s fighting the Olympic champ and the current UFC flyweight champ that beat the greatest fighter of all-time, and I’m the champ champ. Just FYI, I’m the true definition of champion. I’m the Olympic champ, UFC champ. I’m one of one. Nobody in the UFC could ever say that. Nobody in the history of the world could ever say that. I’m the true champ champ. I want you to put this title: ‘The real champ champ, Henry Cejudo, one of one.’”
TJ Dillashaw meets Henry Cejudo at the main event of UFC Brooklyn, on January 19th. What are your thoughts on Cejudo’s comments?