Germaine de Randamie would fight Henry Cejudo: “Tripple C will bend the knee!”
UFC Copenhagen is currently underway in the Danish capital. One of the guest fighters was former women’s featherweight champion Germaine de Randamie. Currently she’s next in line to face bantamweight champion Amanda Nunes at UFC 245 on December 14th. She has her full focus on Nunes, who defeated de Randamie many years ago. De Randamie is open for another fight though: a kickboxing bout with UFC double champ Henry Cejudo.
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Cejudo has been open with challenges to female UFC champions, saying he wants to become the first inter-gender UFC champion. While much of it seems to be in jest, de Randamie says she’s open to facing Cejudo in kickboxing.
“The tripple C will bend the knee,” de Randamie said of Cejudo.
The topic was brought up as de Randamie told a story of boxing a man several years ago. She won the fight via knockout. As of now, Cejudo’s next fight is not booked. While there is little chance of this fight materializing, it means that there are female fighters up for the challenge.