“It would be a privilege:” Robert Whittaker honored by Henry Cejudo’s offer to assist him KO UFC Champion Israel Adesanya

Former two-division UFC champion, Henry Cejudo, has offered to help Robert Whittaker reclaim the middleweight championship from Israel Adesanya. Whittaker, who lost twice to Adesanya, remains confident that he can beat him with the right preparation. And now, he’s getting a helping hand from none other than “Triple C” himself. Cejudo has been offering to work with Whittaker, and the Australian fighter is open to the idea. “It would be a privilege,” Whittaker said. “Henry is a great fighter and he’s accomplished so much in his career. If he thinks he can help me beat Adesanya, then I’m all for it.”

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The Rise of Robert Whittaker: Cejudo’s Expertise Could Be the Key to KOing Adesanya

According to Cejudo, Whittaker needs to recognize the distance a little bit more, adjust his stance on his lead leg, and learn how to use his leverage. It’s clear that Cejudo’s expertise in wrestling and striking could be invaluable to Whittaker as he prepares for his next bout. Whittaker is set to tackle Dricus Du Plessis at UFC 290 in a name eliminator bout, and he is looking ahead to the opportunity to showcase his skills. With Cejudo in his corner, there’s no doubt that Whittaker will be more than ready to take on Adesanya if and when the opportunity arises.

In the meantime, Cejudo will defend his bantamweight title against Aljamain Sterling at UFC 288 after 3 years. The bout is highly anticipated, and Cejudo’s skill set and experience make him a formidable adversary. If he can capture the belt once again, it would be yet another impressive achievement in the “King of Cringe’s” already illustrious career.

Collaboration of Champions: Whittaker and Henry Cejudo’s Potential Game-Changer in the Middleweight Division

To place it in perspective, the potential collaboration between Robert Whittaker and Henry Cejudo might be a total game-changer in the middleweight division. With Cejudo’s unique blend of striking, grappling, and wrestling skills, coupled with Whittaker’s world-class striking and relentless pace, they could be a formidable force against any opponent.

If Whittaker can incorporate Cejudo’s advice and adjustments into his game plan, he may just have the tools to defeat Israel Adesanya in their next encounter. As the saying goes, “styles make fights,” and with these two fighters working together, the possibilities are endless. So let’s sit back, relax, and enjoy the show as these warriors continue to pave their paths to greatness in the UFC octagon.

Kushal Shinde

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