Henry Cejudo claims a rematch with TJ Dillashaw is “easy money” for him. When the two first fought each other, Cejudo violently knocked out Dillashaw within just 32 seconds of the very first round. If the couple fight again, Cejudo claims he won’t be so generous and will beat up ‘Lieutenant Dan’.
After TJ Dillashaw battled his way to a split decision win over Cory Sandhagen at UFC Vegas 32, Cejudo’s manager Ali Abdelaziz claimed that “Triple C” will knock Dillashaw out again if they fight again.
“I’m sorry. Henry Cejudo knocked this guy out very easily, I don’t care what everyone says,” said Abdelaziz.
Henry Cejudo responded to Abdelaziz’s tweet, saying he was generous in giving Dillashaw a 32-second pickdown while they were fighting. In a possible rematch, however, Cejudo claims he will take it apart again, this time more violently.
“Easy money for me! I was generous in giving him 32 seconds. I won’t be so generous next time!” #bendtheknee“Said the former world champion.
“This is my department now” – Petr Yan warns TJ Dillashaw
TJ Dillashaw is a wanted man after UFC Vegas 32. Upon his successful return from a two-year ban, Dillashaw is called up by the cream of the bantamweight division. Former champion Petr Yan is currently slated for a rematch with Aljamain Sterling for the UFC 267 title.
However, Yan has also targeted Dillashaw and made this clear after UFC Vegas 32. Yan praised Dillashaw for his brave performance, saying that his goal was always to beat him. The Russian also told the former champion that he now rules the 135 pound division.
“Respect for the warrior @TJDillashaw. Beating you has always been my goal. This is my department now. “
Former UFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov is also interested in a possible showdown between TJ Dillashaw and Petr Yan. After Dillashaw’s victory, Nurmagomedov suggested a duel between Yan and Dillashaw in Russia on Twitter.
Khabib Nurmagomedov closely watched the course of the main battle between TJ Dillashaw and Cory Sandhagen. ‘The Eagle’ said ‘The Sandman’ won the fight on his scorecard.