WATCH: This video is the proof that it would take more than one Henry Cejudo to beat Francis Ngannou

Henry Cejudo is a retired Olympic gold medalist in wrestling and two-division UFC champion. This makes him the most accomplished man in MMA despite the lack of commercial success he’s had.

Francis Ngannou is the lineal UFC heavyweight champion and one of the most feared strikers in the sport’s history.

In a hypothetical scenario where the two were to face off, the outcome would depend on various factors such as weight class, rules, styles, and physical condition.

It is also important to note that fighting is a complex and unpredictable sport, and the outcome of any bout is never guaranteed.

When it comes to size, weight, height, and reach, there is a significant difference between Francis Ngannou and Henry Cejudo. Ngannou stands at 6’4″ (193 cm) and competes in the heavyweight division, while Cejudo is only 5’4″ (163 cm) and has competed in both the flyweight and bantamweight divisions.

Ngannou also has a much larger weight class, with a maximum limit of 265 lbs (120.2 kg), compared to Cejudo’s maximum limit of 135 lbs (61.2 kg).

In terms of reach, Ngannou has a notable advantage as well. His reach measures at 83 inches (211 cm), while Cejudo’s reach is only 64 inches (163 cm).

Overall, the physical differences between Ngannou and Cejudo are significant, with Ngannou being much larger and having a longer reach. However, Cejudo’s skills in wrestling and striking have proven to be successful in his weight classes, while Ngannou’s punching power has led him to become the UFC Heavyweight champion.


This is perhaps why UFC fans found it incredibly whimsical when Ngannou playfully sparred couple of children even going so far as to shrug off a serious RNC attempt with his neck strength alone.

Ngannou ┬árolling with a group of kids has sparked a hilarious debate on MMA Twitter. Fans have been jokingly speculating about how many Cejudos it would take to beat ‘The Predator’ if they were to go up against him.

The video, which shows Ngannou playfully sparring with a group of kids at a gym in his native Cameroon, has been widely shared on social media.

Fans were quick to react with some amusing opinions on the hypothetical scenario of a group of ten-year-olds taking on the UFC heavyweight champion.

Another fan jokingly opined that there aren’t enough ten-year-olds in the world to take on Ngannou. It’s clear that the thought of ten-year-olds taking on a UFC heavyweight champion has sparked a lot of amusement on social media.

Despite the humorous debate on social media, it’s clear that Ngannou loves kids and enjoys playing with them. The UFC heavyweight champion has been seen playing with kids on numerous occasions, showing his playful and affectionate side.