sport news Dana White 'will make fight between Henry Cejudo and Alexander Volkanovski', ...

sport news Dana White 'will make fight between Henry Cejudo and Alexander Volkanovski', ...
sport news Dana White 'will make fight between Henry Cejudo and Alexander Volkanovski', ...
Dana White 'will make super-fight between Henry Cejudo and Alexander Volkanovski', insists American's manager Ali Abdelaziz... but only if retired two-weight champion agrees to stay on and defend title Henry Cejudo retired having secured his legacy as a two-weight UFC champion He is targeting a comeback fight against Alexander Volkanovski at featherweight Cejudo would become the first three-weight world champion if he wins it  But his manager Ali Abdelaziz says he will have to defend that title  

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Henry Cejudo is close to agreeing a comeback fight that would see him attempt to become the first three-weight UFC champion in history. 

Cejudo retired having won the flyweight and bantamweight titles with his legacy assured but now wants to return for a shot at Alexander Volkanovski's featherweight crown. 

The 34-year-old's manager, Ali Abdelaziz, is aware that the UFC would only be interested in negotiating that encounter if Cejudo sticks around to defend the belt. 

Henry Cejudo stepped away from the sport but wants to come back for a shot at another belt

Alexander Volkanovski defended his featherweight crown against Brian Ortega in September

Henry Cejudo (left) stepped away from the sport but wants to come back for a shot at Alexander Volkanovski's belt in a bid for an unprecedented third title in different divisions

Ali Abdelaziz (right) says he will only negotiate with Dana White if Cejudo is willing to defend the title if he wins it against Volkanovski

Ali Abdelaziz (right) says he will only negotiate with Dana White if Cejudo is willing to defend the title

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