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UFC 233: Henry Cejudo vs. TJ Dillashaw's fight against the title flyweight on January 26 in Anaheim

Sign, seal and deliver it soon.

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Flyweight title, current division kingpin Henry Cejudo and Bantamweight champ, T.J. Dillashaw, officially a famous UFC 233 pay-per-view (PPV) event on January 26, 2018, at The Honda Center in Anaheim, California.

Fighting has been rumored for quite some time now and, as a result of its official status, more questions will be raised under the UFC umbrella for the future of 125 pounds. After the reports, following Demetrious Johnson's ONE FC, Dana White was not compromised.

Of course, fighting reserves do not necessarily mean a weight class of 125 kilos, as they have lost few fighters. Promotion style "champion vs.

In addition, the UFC could give the next "champ-champ" by Dillashaw.

T.J. He has competed for a 125-kilogram title since defending the UFC's 227-stroke 135-pound strap from the UFC 227. Of course, "Viper" was a different rival at that time. Still, T.J. Henry was very well-off, and now I have the chance to disappear in 135 pounds of history, I am sure.

With regard to Cejudari, the battle will give the opportunity to defend his title at least once and, surely, guarantees a guaranteed title of 135 pounds by T.J. In a balanced way, a fighter will be the hell of a title fight, to kick off the UFC's PPC project in 2019.

Initial predictions?

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