TJ Dillashaw Makes Weight For Superfight Against Henry Cejudo

TJ Dillashaw Easily Hit The Flyweight Limit Ahead Of Title Fight Against Henry Cejudo

UFC held the official weigh-ins for UFC Fight Night 143 earlier today where all the fighters make their required limit.

Current bantamweight champion TJ Dillashaw without any glitch successfully made weight in a quest to capture the second belt in a title fight against Henry Cejudo tomorrow night (Sat., Jan. 19, 2019) from inside Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.

Dillashaw tip the scale under the flyweight championship limit came in at 124.6 pounds, while division’s champ Cejudo came in at 124.4.

Dillashaw won the UFC bantamweight title after knocking out Cody Garbrandt back in November of 2017 and then went on to defeat ‘No Love’ again in a rematch at UFC 227 last August. TJ dropping down in weight division is part of his plan to add another belt and continue his legacy. Meanwhile, Cejudo became a UFC flyweight champion last August at UFC 227 when he defeated the longtime titleholder Demetrious Johnson via split decision.

Share your thoughts who’ll come out on top when Dillashaw and Cejudo clash tomorrow night?

Published on January 18, 2019 at 9:03 am
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