Some had to say it. I don't know about those of us (I don't mean to come off like a douche) who've been around that last 25 years watching this sport evolve, and have an extremely large toolbox of knowledge about the history of this sport, but I have a confession to make. I feel like a fucking asshole for not making it quite well known in the MMA community that Henry Cejudo is an extremely rare talent to grace this sport. I very much invite every fan of MMA go watch this SOB compete. His overall MMA skills came along so incredibly fast and he gets virtually no credit for it. The scary thing is that his intangibles are ridiculous. His wrestling is totally off the hook and has adapted to MMA very nicely. I've never seen anyone hit a single leg like this guy has. He has so many tricks from outside, and the clinch with total precision that it makes it a total pleasure to watch. He's actually one of the rare 125ers who have excellent top control. His striking developed incredibly quick. His cardio is excellent, and his strength is completely unmatched at 125 and possibly even 135. His chin from all examples looks great. He seems to have and incredible pedigree for this sport. IMO, DJ is arguably the most talented fighter to ever compete in MMA. Beating him at this point is a very big fucking deal. So I just want to go on record making it clear that Cejudo is one of the greatest fighters we've ever seen in this sport and needs to be celebrated.