Urijah Faber called our current UFC champion "champion" Henry Cejudo after his sensational victory at last night's event in Sacramento.
The former WEC champion, Faber, only needed 40 seconds to save Ricky Simon in yesterday's main event.
Urijah Faber connected with a right that knocked down Ricky Simon. From there, & # 39; The California Kid & # 39; It unleashed a bit of ground and freed, forcing the referee to intervene and stop the fight.
The victory marked Faber's first since December 2016, where he defeated fellow veteran Brad Pickett by unanimous decision. After his victory over "One Punch", Urijah announced that he would hang up his gloves. He decided to end his retirement earlier this spring.
After his incredible performance in front of a local audience, Urijah Faber called Henry Cejudo.
The former Olympic gold medalist and current UFC flyweight and bantamweight champion, Cejudo, responded to Urijah Faber with the following.
"Be careful what you want for my princess rolled corn. You could be the next legend to bend the knee to Triple C. "
Since then, the war of words has intensified when Urijah Faber responded with the following message in Twitter.
– Urijah Faber (@UrijahFaber) July 14, 2019
"The Cringe is real ??♂️ @HenryCejudo. You can triple Deez's nuts that swing over your face while you're on the canvas. G #goldmedaldeez "
Not to be left behind, "The Messenger" responded to the Sacramento native.
– Henry Cejudo (@HenryCejudo) July 14, 2019
"#Cute I love the way you plead with Mr. 2nd place. Still asking for #mrsilver # mr2ndplace"
Henry Cejudo would send a final message to Urijah Faber before calling him one afternoon.
I'm sorry Urijah! I have already taken my two belts and my precious gold medal. #Sicko https://t.co/OdzOqnSfeV
– Henry Cejudo (@HenryCejudo) July 15, 2019
"I'm sorry Urijah, I've already taken my two belts and my precious gold medal.
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This article appeared for the first time at bjpenn.com on July 14, 2019