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Yosdenis Cedeno says a win is a win and talks leaving MMA Masters

Cuban fighter Yosdenis Cedeno credits his daughter for his first victory in the Ultimate Fighting Championship.

In an exclusive interview, the former MMA Masters fighter said he dedicated the fight to his daughter in an exclusive chat with The Roman Show.

He just recently defeated Jerrod Sanders by way of TKO on July 16 in New Jersey.

“I dedicated my fight to my daughter, Agatha,” he said in Spanish. He connected with a leg kick injuring his opponent.

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“I wanted to knock him out but it doesn’t matter because you need to use all of your weapons. The kick was hard,” he said.
He said it’s not how he wanted to win, but a win is a win.

“I wanted to give them a show, but I am satisfied with the win,” he said. “At the end, it is a win.”

Cedeno trained at MMA Masters in Miami, but now has changed camps at The Blackzillians camp in Broward County he gives his reason why he left. He also added that he plans on fighting sometime in September.

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