Henry Cejudo challenges Dana White to dethrone UFC featherweight champion Alexander Volkanovski

Henry Cejudo wants to come out of retirement to beat Alexander Volkanovski , believes Dana White would make it.

Alexander Volkanovski successfully continued his reign when he scored unanimous decision against Brian Ortega to retain his title in the main event of UFC 266 in one of the best fights of the year.

In an interview with Marc Raimondi (ESPN MMA), Olympic gold medalist and former UFC flyweight Henry Cejudo (16-2) took the opportunity to call Volkanovski out, pleading with UFC president Dana White to make the fight happen, seemed confident that he has what it takes to dethrone UFC featherweight champion.

I believe that I am entitled to skip the whole d**n line and fight Volkanovski,” said Cejudo. ” I’ve defended my flyweight belt against Demetrious Johnson. I beat TJ Dillashaw, I knocked out Marlon Moraes, and I defended against Dominick Cruz, the greatest bantamweight of all-time. And the fashion that I’ve done it? Hate the persona, hate the cringe, hate the character, but facts are facts man.

Henry Cejudo Told ESPN MMA

‘t’s not even a challenge against Volkanovski. I know he’s probably a little afraid. He knows that this flyweight could potentially beat him. This challenge is for Dana White. Dana White said that he would never doubt me. (Volkanovski) is two inches taller than me and if that’s what intimidates you guys, than you guys are crazy.

Henry cejudo told ESPN MMA

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