Henry Cejudo Dominates Wilson Reis At UFC 215


The UFC's 125-pound division didn't see a championship fight as scheduled on Saturday night at UFC 215, but the division did get a little bit of clarity near the top of it.

Henry Cejudo looked better than ever, dominating Wilson Reis on his way to a second-round finish. Cejudo used drastically improved boxing and crisp kicks to pick apart Reis for the duration of the fight. Cejudo noted that he trained with the Pitbull Friere brothers for the fight.

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You can see an excerpt of David Tees' live UFC 215 coverage below. 

Round Two: The round begins with Reis cracking Cejudo with a short right hook, Cejudo drops Reis with a right and he pounces on him with more strikes until the referee jumps in.

Official Result: #2 Henry Cejudo def. #5 Wilson Reis by KO via strikes (0:25, R2)

Both men were looking to regain their footing in the UFC's Flyweight Division. Reis and Cejudo had each lost to champion Demetrious "Mighty Mouse" Johnson without winning since. Going into the fight Cejudo was ranked at number two in the division, while Reis was at number five.

After the fight, Cejudo ran towards Johnson to shoot a "thumbs up" at him. 

You can see our full, live coverage and discussion of UFC 215 at this link, and the Fightful.com UFC 215 post-show podcast at this link.

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