Henry Cejudo has called out everyone from Conor McGregor to Valentina Shevchenko, but how would ‘The Messenger’ fare against UFC women’s bantamweight and featherweight champ Amanda Nunes?
Well, retired UFC legend Michael Bisping believes ‘The Lioness’ would toss ‘The Messenger’ around the cage like a rag doll, per his latest Instagram post.
Bisping, the former UFC middleweight champion, posted a hilarious video of one woman manhandling another man in what looks to be a McDonald’s restaurant, tagging both Cejudo and Nunes on Instagram.
Bisping has said previously that he would put money on Nunes to beat Cejudo in a theoretical title bout, claiming that Nunes has a size and power advantage over ‘Triple C’.
“I like it. I mean I’m not for a woman fighting a man or beating a man up. I like what he’s saying, but I kinda wanna see Nunes. I think I’d put my money on Nunes in that fight. I honestly would. I think I would put my money on Amanda Nunes in that fight,” Bisping said earlier this year, per MMA News’ Fernando Quiles Jr.
“Henry Cejudo is 5 foot 4. Amanda Nunes is 5 foot 8. I’m not saying she’s thick, but she’s big. She’s bigger than Henry Cejudo. She has knockout power. I’ve seen Cyborg spar with men and dominate men. I have seen Cyborg in the gym rolling with men and beating men. And I have seen Amanda Nunes go out there and punch Cyborg in the face and knock her flat on her face.”
Cejudo, the reigning UFC flyweight and bantamweight champ, is expected to return to the Octagon next year, while Nunes, 31, is slated to defend her women’s bantamweight title against Germaine de Randamie at UFC 245 on Dec. 14.