“I think T.J. Dillashaw and Demetrious Johnson – I’m a bad matchup for both of them. I’ve got good standup, good wrestling, and they can talk about their super fight, but I would love to fight both of them at either weight class. I’m a competitor. Eventually after 125, I can go up and challenge (at 135).
“I’m a very creative fighter that’s very explosive and can outwrestle you or outbox you or out-kick you. There’s a new sheriff in town, and he’s cracking the whip. Don’t overlook me. There’s a peak alpha in the room and the flyweights know that.”
Olympic gold Medalist wrestler and UFC flyweight/bantamweight fighter Henry Cejudo believes he has what it takes to make gold his in two UFC weight-classes.
See what they hype is about, this weekend, on the UFC 185 main pay-per-view card.
(Quote via MMAJunkie.com)