Henry Cejudo has confirmed that he would not press charges after getting assaulted by Hasbulla.
Former UFC two-division champion Henry Cejudo has cemented his place in the history books as one of the greatest mixed martial artists of all time. He’s the only athlete to have won gold at the Olympics and UFC. ‘The Messenger’ conquered the flyweight division by beating former champion Demetrious Johnson in Aug. 2018 at UFC 227. In his next fight, Cejudo achieved entry into the ultra-exclusive ‘champ-champ’ club inaugurated by Irish icon Conor McGregor, after finishing TJ Dillashaw to get the bantamweight strap.
Henry Cejudo faces the wrath of Hasbulla and won’t press charges
In a recent clip shared on his Twitter account, internet sensation Hasbulla unleashes a vicious right hook on Henry Cejudo before following up with a barrage of punches.
“WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. Here’s footage of @Hasbulla_NFT blatantly assaulting me. I won’t press charges as long as he SIGNS THE DAMN CONTRACT. It’s time to settle this once and for all. I’M COMING FOR YOU HASBULLA!!!”
WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. Here's footage of @Hasbulla_NFT blatantly assaulting me. I won't press charges as long as he SIGNS THE DAMN CONTRACT. It's time to settle this once and for all. I'M COMING FOR YOU HASBULLA!!! pic.twitter.com/aazfNaxPgA
— Henry Cejudo (@HenryCejudo) November 25, 2022
Hasbulla has substantially grown his presence in the MMA circles and is even an official partner of the UFC with his own line of branded merchandise for sale on the most elite fight promotion’s store. He previously partnered with reigning featherweight champion and pound-for-pound king Alex Volkanovski for another comical skit.
Cejudo could face Aljamain Sterling in return
Cejudo was last seen in action against former two-time bantamweight champion Dominick Cruz in May 2020 at UFC 249. He announced a half-hearted retirement after the win and has been rallying to get back inside the octagon ever since.
UFC president Dana White recently floated the idea of pitting Cejudo against current 135-pound champion Aljamain Sterling for his comeback. Top contender Sean O’Malley is another option that Cejudo has been wrestling with. An official announcement is expected to follow when Sterling is ready to go again.