Henry Sehudo may end his career after his fight with Merab Dvalishvili

If Henry Cejudo is defeated this weekend against Merab Dvalishvili, the former UFC bantamweight champion will finally end his professional career.

“It’s either all or nothing here,” “Triple Crown Champion” said while speaking to reporters in Anaheim. “I’ve already told the team – I’m either going to win or I don’t have it anymore and then I’m gone. I’m done. I take the sport very seriously, so it’s a certain amount of pressure. I’ve done everything there is to do. What more do I have to prove? Right now my motivation is diluted with a little bit of anger and I’m a little bit angry with myself, but I’m still motivated.”

“Yeah, if I lose, I’m 100 percent retired. I’m not going to keep fighting just for the process itself. I’m too competitive for that. I want to be the best in the world. I want that belt, and another one, at featherweight. If I can’t get that, then I don’t need anything else.”

As a reminder, a potential featherweight contender fight between Henry Cejudo and Merab Dvalishvili will take place on Feb. 17 at UFC 298 in Anaheim.