Former UFC Welterweight Champion Tyron Woodley Has A Message For Two-Division King Henry Cejudo: “Sit Down Somewhere, You’re Annoying Everybody, Just Stop”
Henry Cejudo achieved a great success after a third-round stoppage versus Marlon Moraes in the main event of UFC 238. He became the fourth fighter in the roster to simultaneously hold titles in two different weight classes.
There is no doubt Cejudo is a great fighter, but he is even more interesting character. For example, Henry Cejudo wore funny costume during Marlon Moraes face off at the UFC 238 pre-fight media day.
Some members of the MMA community believe Henry’s personality is charming. Yet, the former UFC 170-pound champ Tyron Woodley is not on board with it.
Tyron Woodley spoke in the episode of The Hollywood Beatdown, where he praised Henry’s legacy and fighting skills, but also criticized Cejudo for “doing extra stuff”. (h/t BloodyElbow)
“Henry Cejudo, sit down somewhere, dog,” Woodley said. “Sit down somewhere; you’re annoying everybody.
“He is a phenomenal fighter. It’s amazing that he’s been able to win an Olympic gold medal, which is more important to me than a UFC belt, because it’s the hardest thing that you can do in combat sports,” Woodley added, praising the accomplishments of Henry Cejudo. “He beat Demetrious Johnson, a pound for pound legend, won a belt in two divisions.”
“So what I’m saying is that his resume is crazy in a very short period of time. But when you start doing that extra stuff, oof, just stop.”
“The Chosen One” finished with a piece of unsolicited advice for UFC’s newest two-division kingpin too.
“Hey, man, you a beast,” he said. “Keep killing it. Keep it up in the Octagon. Tone down the extraness by like 10. Take it down 10, and you set.”
What are your thoughts on Woodley’s statements?
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