Henry Cejudo Gets a Smoking Hot SUV As a Gift For His Birthday

Published 03/18/2020, 12:08 PM EDT


We all saw UFC bantamweight champion Henry Cejudo show up to a press conference wearing a robe and crown.

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He says he doesn’t believe in magic but in the cage, he suddenly pours on the gas and makes his opponent hang on for his dear life.

He proclaimed himself the pound-for-pound king of fighting and his real-life attests to that.

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Cejudo, who was celebrating his 33rd birthday today, was surprised by his sponsor LIFTEDTRUCKS.COM with a special gift: a custom GMC Sierra Denali 4×4.

The “Triple C” was stunned by the gift, to say the least. He gave a message to his fans and his sponsor to express his gratitude.

“Lifted Trucks you guys are the best man, you guys went above and beyond, whatever the thought was. It’s possible man,” Cejudo thanked Lifted Trucks.

“This is an extraordinary gift for the greatest of all time. Thank you.”

Cejudo is scheduled to put his UFC bantamweight title on the line against Jose Aldo on May 9. The bout will be the main event at UFC 250 set to be staged inside the Ginasio do Ibirapuera in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

The Olympian has not been in action since June 2019 when he stopped Marlon Moraes in the third round to capture the vacant title at UFC 238 in Chicago.

The victory put him in an exclusive list of fighters after Conor McGregor, Daniel Cormier and Amanda Nunes, to hold two UFC world titles at the same time.

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“Jose Aldo, he’s another legend. I think, to me, when you’re able to add Demetrius Johnson, TJ Dillashaw and Jose Aldo – man, I’m covering everybody from flyweight to featherweight,” Cejudo reveals his plan to Raimondi.

“He’s gonna be the next to bend his knee to Triple C. The cabbage patch head is going down. You’re gonna kiss my feet, Jose Aldo.”

The matchup has been criticised at some quarters, pointing out that Aldo is coming off two defeats and has not held the title since 2017.

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UFC president Dana White slammed those who criticised the matchup saying, “Then don’t watch it. People are full of s**t. It’s going to be an incredible fight.”

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