Henry Cejudo Net Worth: $217,000
Henry Carlos Cejudo born February 9, 1987 is a American freestyle wrestler, Olympic gold medalist, combined martial artist and author by his livelihood. The 29 years old athlete, now has got the estimated net worth of $217,000 according to 2015. Additionally, he gathered the amount of 166,923 at 2014 and $124,000 from the calendar year 2013.
Beginning up Career
Beginning his professional career throughout wrestling, he’s gathered four high school wrestling tournament. In any case, he had been granted ASICS National High School Wrestler of the year in 2006. Gaining his entrance at 2008 Beijing Olympicsthat he had a difficult time getting a golden medal. He’s his first Olympic gold medal after beating Radoslav Velikov, Besarion Gochasvilli, Namig Sevdimov and Tomohiro Matsunaga. He’s obtained a lot of accolades prior to entering dangerous MMA and UFC.
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The fighter has been unbeaten and contains the list of 6-0. Before linking UFC, he was rated as number 1 at bantamweight potential at the MMA Prospects Report 2013. He even first signed up the contract together by UFC and that he became the next largest golden medalist getting put in the business. The game was highly expected while he was able to acquire the bout through unanimous choice. With the development in earnings and fighter title, he confronted Chris Cariaso at a flyweight bout held in UFC 185. He amazed the participant and won the battle via unanimous choice. Afterwards, Henry defeated Chico Camus in UFC 188 and Jussier Formiga in The Ultimate Fighter Latin America two Finale. Cejudo is doing fairly good at UFC while he’s predicted to watch Joseph Benavidez on The Ultimate Fighter 24 Finale. The bout was scheduled to be about December 3, 2016. However, before he was presumed to visit Nick Diaz. The game was repaired in the former season September 16, 2015. But, Cejudo rejects to behave and struggle Nevada from Diaz and confronted Demetrious Johnson, UFC Flyweight Champion. Regrettably, he also lost the game using TKO and massaging of inevitable strikes.
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Since he’s young and has powerful motivation towards his livelihood, Cejudo dating standing is missing out of his life.
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