What is the net worth of Henry Cejudo?
|Net Worth||$3 million|
|Born||February 9, 1987|
|Country of Origin||The United States of America|
|Source of Wealth||Professional MMA fighter, Freestyle Wrestler, Endorsements|
Henry Cejudo is a retired professional mixed martial artist. He used to compete in the Flyweight and Bantamweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). Born on February 9, 1987, the American was one of the fighters two hold titles in two weight divisions at the same time.
Cejudo’s first professional Mixed Martial art bout was against Michael Poe which he won in March 2013. In the UFC he has managed to win the UFC Bantamweight and Flyweight Championships.
Henry Cejudo is also a freestyle wrestler. His biggest achievement came in 2008 when he won the Gold at the Beijing Summer Olympics.
In this article, we will have a look at Henry Cejudo’s Salary, Net Worth, Personal Information, Career details, Wife, Controversies, FAQs, etc
Henry Cejudo’s Net Worth
Henry Cejudo’s net worth is reported to be around $3 million. He has earned his net worth through endorsements, fighting in the UFC, Amateur Wrestling, etc.
The UFC Star has reportedly earned more than $1.9m in earnings from his mixed martial arts fights throughout his career.
Henry Cejudo’s highest career earnings came in the UFC against TJ Dillashaw and Marlon Moraes. He earned around $440,000k for those fights.
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The Martial Artist Endorses the following companies:
- Body Armor
Henry Cejudo’s Personal Information
The following is UFC Star, Henry Cejudo’s info:
|Name||Henry Carlos Cejudo|
|Date of Birth||February 9, 1987|
|Place of Birth||Los Angeles, California, United States|
|Parents Name||Nelly and George Cejudo|
|Reach||64″ (163 cm)|
|College||Grand Canyon University|
|Professional debut in (MMA)||2013|
|Citizenship||United States of America|
|Height||5’4″ (163 cm)|
|Weight||61 kg (135 pounds)|
|Children||America Maria Cejudo|
|Competed in||Flyweight and Bantamweight division|
|Hair Colour||Dark Brown|
|Known for||Profession Mixed Martial Artist, Freestyle Wrestler|
Henry Cejudo’s MMA Career
Debut and Early career: Henry Cejudo made his debut against Michael Poe at WFF MMA: Pascua Yaqui Fights 4 on March 2, 2013. He beat his opponent by TKO in his first fight.
He would win his next five fights at WFF, Gladiator, and Legacy promotions before moving to UFC with a 6-0 record.
Ultimate Fighting Championship debut: Cejudo made his UFC debut against Dustin Kimura on December 13, 2014. He won his first UFC fight by Unanimous decision.
Winning the UFC Flyweight and Bantamweight title: On August 4, 2018, Henry Cejudo fought against Demetrious Johnson for the UFC Flyweight title. Cejudo did win the match but the decision was pretty controversial as his opponent dominated in most of the rounds.
He next fought Marlon Moraes on June 8, 2019, for the UFC Bantamweight title. Henry Cejudo successfully beat Moraes by TKO in the 3rd round to win the title. Following this, he became the seven UFC fighters to win titles in different divisions. He held both the titles together
Retirement: On May 9, 2020, Cejudo would beat Dominick Cruz by TKO in the second round. After the fight, he announced that he is retiring from MMA. The fighter also vacated both of his belts as a result.
Henry Cejudo retired with an MMA record of 16-2 in 18 professional fights. He has since not made any indication to return to the octagon.
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Henry Cejudo’s Career Records (as of January 22′)
Mixed Martial Arts Record
- Matches = 18
- Wins = 16
Of which 8 are by knockout and 8 are by Judges decision
- Losses = 2
Of which 1 is by knockout and 1 is by Judges decision
Henry Cejudo’s Accomplishments (as of January 22′)
The UFC fighter has won the following accolades in his career:
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC)
- UFC Bantamweight Champion (One time)
- UFC Flyweight Champion (One time)
- Seventh multi-divisional champion in UFC history
- Fourth simultaneous multi-divisional champion
- Fight of the Night (One time)
- Performance of the Night (Three times)
- Henri Deglane Challenge (Silver Medal) (2009)
- Sunkist Kids International Open (Gold Medal) (2009)
- Summer Olympics (55 kg) (Gold Medal) (2008)
- Pan American Championships (55 kg) (Gold Medal)
- U.S Senior National Championship (55 kg) (Silver Medal) (2008)
- John Smith Award winner (2008)
- Pan American Games (Gold Medal) (2007)
- Pan American Championships (Gold Medal) (2007)
- U.S Senior National Championship (55 kg) (Gold Medal) (2007)
- Pan American Championships (Gold Medal) (2006)
- U.S Senior National Championship (55 kg) (Gold Medal) (2006)
Henry Cejudo’s Wife & Daughter
Ana Karolina: The former UFC star is married to Ana Karolina. It is not known what Ana does professionally as the couple has kept their personal life quite private. He has been dating her for the last couple of years as per rumors. The couple got engaged in early 2021 after which they tied the knot in November of the same year.
On November 19th it was announced that Ana Karolina gave birth to their baby daughter America Maria Cejudo. The baby is healthy and her father always posts about her on social media.
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Henry Cejudo’s Controversies
Demetrious Johnson vs. Henry Cejudo – UFC 227: The two flyweights fought for the UFC Flyweight title in 2018. The fight was visibly dominated by Johnson in most of the rounds. But the Judges awarded the win to Cejudo by a unanimous decision of 48-47. This was a huge shock to Johnson and most of the UFC fans around the world. The win did give Cejudo his championship but many felt it was undeserved.
Soon after Demetrious was traded to ONE FC. Hence this added more fuel to the fire.
There are no other controversies related to the UFC fighter. He has been quite professional throughout his career and has stayed out of any major incidents.
Henry Cejudo’s Social Media
The MMA star is active on social media as well
His Twitter handle is: @HenryCejudo (224k+ followers)
His Instagram handle is: @henry_cejudo (733k+ followers)
Henry Cejudo generally posts about his friends, training, family, and his UFC matches on social media.
Henry Cejudo FAQs
Stipe has a daughter named America Cejudo.
No, He last fought in 2020 in a winning effort against Dominick Cruz.
He made his UFC debut against Dustin Kimura on December 13, 2014. He won the bout.
The fighter lives in Phoenix, Arizona, United States.
As of January 2022, his record is 16-2.
Henry Cejudo is married to Ana Karolina
Henry Cejudo is a 2008 Olympic Gold Medalist in freestyle wrestling.