Henry Cejudo assembled a special training montage while stuck without a gym, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, and getting ready for his UFC 250 main event bout versus Jose Aldo.
Even the global coronavirus pandemic is not able to stop the bizarreness and cringe of UFC bantamweight champ Henry Cejudo, who is preparing to protect the title in the main event of UFC 250 versus Jose Aldo.
Throughout the country, health clubs have actually closed their doors up until more notification thanks to the spread of the illness. That hasn’t stopped Cejudo, who chose to have a little enjoyable with his training and the circumstance at hand.
In a video launched by the UFC, as part of its #HomeWithUFC social media campaign, Cejudo is seen utilizing his championship belts in location of typical training equipment, generally weights. Cejudo is seen pushing a bar and curling with 2 titles on it (plus cutouts of himself in the background) and utilizing a belt to deal with his stopping and counter game.
The video ends with a “technique” called “The Triple Clean,” a play on Cejudo’s “Triple C” name, where Cejudo cleans his hands for 20 seconds– a suggestion the Centers for Illness Control and Avoidance (CDC) and other health authorities have actually advised to assist avoid the illness’s spread.
Cejudo initially beat Demetrious Johnson at UFC 227 to win the UFC flyweight championship and maintained it versus TJ Dillashaw at UFC Brooklyn in 32 seconds. He then bested Marlon Moraes at UFC 238 to end up being the bantamweight champ, ending up being the 4th UFC fighter to be a champ-champ. Upon winning the 135- pound title, Cejudo, who formerly won Olympic gold also, called himself “Triple C.”
He still utilizes the “Triple C” name regardless of being removed of the flyweight championship in December.
Cejudo, winner of 5 directly, will resist Brazil’s own Aldo, who has actually dropped 2 straight and 4 of his last 6.
UFC 250 is arranged for Saturday, May 9, 2020, live from Ginasio do Ibirapuera in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Must the event happen without post ponement due to the Coronavirus pandemic, follow FanSided Mixed Martial Arts for all your live results and highlights.
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