Former Olympian and UFC champion Henry Cejudo has expressed recent interest in a comeback fight, and now, he’s taking aim at bantamweight champion Aljamain Sterling.

“I am so excited to announce my wife and I have adopted a new baby,” Henry Cejudo said on Twitter. “He’s a very talented actor and is very easy to put to sleep. Such a great Father’s Day!”

Cejudo (16-2, 10-2 UFC) retired from MMA on a six-fight winning streak, after defeating divisional legend Dominick Cruz via KO/TKO at UFC 249. It capped off a truly impressive career.

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‘Triple C’ won Olympic, flyweight, and bantamweight gold. He retired the clear number one at the time (in both divisions), however, there were a lot of fights left on the table that fans were disappointed they now weren’t going to see.

Will Henry Cejudo Make a UFC Return and Become ‘C4’?

A potential return has been teased for quite some time now, but according to Cejudo’s team, this is the year we see it. ‘Triple C’ seems dead set on returning for a title fight, and he’s not picky if it’s the featherweight or bantamweight titles that he returns for.

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An Aljamain Sterling vs Henry Cejudo fight seems extremely competitive on paper. Both men are world-class grapplers, just specializing in different forms of it. Sterling employs a slick Jiu-Jitsu game that centers on finding and taking the back of his opponents. While Cejudo, of course, is a former Olympian wrestling gold medalist.

If the two were to meet in the cage, it would definitely be a compelling matchup. Would ‘Triple C’ metamorphosis into ‘C4’? Or does Aljamain Sterling prove to the world that he’s the rightful king of the mega-stacked bantamweight division?

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Who would you rather see Henry Cejudo fight: the winner of the Max Holloway and Alex Volkanovski fight, or Aljamain Sterling?