Henry Cejudo

Henry Cejudo 2021: Record, Net Worth, Salary and Endorsements

Henry Cejudo is arguably the most accomplished athlete in MMA history. He won a gold medal in the 55 kg (121.2 lbs) division in Beijing 2008 Olympics. ‘Triple C’ was also the simultaneous champion of the UFC flyweight and bantamweight weight divisions.

JACKSONVILLE, FL – MAY 09: Henry Cejudo of the United States looks on in the bantamweight title fight against Dominick Cruz (not pictured) of the United States during UFC 249 at VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena on May 9, 2020 in Jacksonville, Florida. (Photo by Douglas P. Defence/Getty Images)

Henry Cejudo: UFC Career

The American fighter made his UFC debut in the year 2014 against Dustin Kimura at UFC on Fox: dos Santos vs. Miocic. He started his UFC career with a win against his opponent. Then, after two consecutive losses to Demetrious Johnson and Joseph Benavidez, the Olympian’s MMA career was on a decline. However, the glory he has achieved since then is spectacular.

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Henry Cejudo fought Demetrious Johnson in a rematch for the UFC flyweight title. ‘Triple C’ dethroned the long-reigning champion via split decision in a five-round fight to become the new champion. He also defended the title against TJ Dillashaw and saved the entire flyweight division from getting cut from the UFC roster.

After knocking out TJ Dillashaw in 35 seconds, Cejudo would move up to bantamweight to fight for the vacant title. Cejudo fought Marlon Moraes, and in a hard-fought battle at UFC 238 he knocked out Moraes to become a two-division champion.

His last fight was against Dominick Cruz, where he again defended the UFC bantamweight championship and vacated the title on May 24, 2020, after his retirement.

After a lot of controversies around Cejudo’s retirement, the fighter and his manager have announced that Cejudo will return to UFC for one fight against Alexander Volkanovski.

‘The Messenger’ has put together a 10-2 UFC record.

Henry Cejudo: Achievements

The fighter holds a stellar record of 16-2-0 in his MMA career. Cejudo won a gold medal in wrestling in 2008. Beijing was the host of the Olympics that year when Cejudo put the world on notice with a win over Tomohiro Matsunaga from Japan in the finale. He claimed three Performance of the Night and One Fight of the Night bonuses in the UFC.

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Henry Cejudo: Net Worth and Salary 2021

The estimated net worth of Cejudo is over $2 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. For both his fight with TJ Dillashaw and Marlon Moraes, he got a fight purse of $440k dollars. He banked over $390,000 for his bantamweight title defense against Dominick Cruz according to The Sports Daily. These numbers do not include any undisclosed bonuses. ‘The Messenger’ earned $1,970,500 in his UFC career.

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Henry Cejudo: Endorsements 2o21

Apart from the earnings from UFC, Cejudo has some huge endorsements deal with Reebok, Everlast, MetroPCS, Onnit, and Body Armor.

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA – MAY 09: Henry Cejudo celebrates after his knockout victory over Dominick Cruz in their UFC bantamweight championship fight during the UFC 249 event at VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena on May 09, 2020 in Jacksonville, Florida. (Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC)

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Nicknames The Messenger, Triple C, King of Cringe
Age 33
Born February 9, 1987
Country USA
Gym Fight Ready
Height 5ft 4in
Weight/ Division 135 lbs (bantamweight)
Reach 64″
Record 16-2-0, NC
Active Win Streak 6
Wins by Stoppage (Submissions & KO/TKO) 8 (T/KO & 0 Submission)
Net Worth $2 million
Endorsements Reebok, Everlast, MetroPCS, Onnit, and Body Armor
Title Former UFC flyweight champion, UFC bantamweight champion
Manager Ali Abdelaziz