Henry Cejudo's second fight in his UFC comeback will have to wait.
Cejudo announced he is pulling out of his scheduled UFC 292 bout against Marlon Vera due to a shoulder injury.
"Unfortunately due to my right shoulder, I won't be able to fight," Cejudo said in an Instagram post. "I've already torn my left shoulder, where I was out for about a year. I don't want it to tear further than what it already is. That being said, there's a tear in there. The cat's out the bag. It's actually a 50 percent tear."
Cejudo, 36, lost to Aljamain Sterling in May after coming back from a three-year retirement. The former two-division champion ended his first run in UFC on a six-fight winning streak and is 16-3 as a professional fighter overall.
There has been no announcement regarding a replacement opponent for Vera, who would have walked in as a heavy underdog. Vera's last fight was a split-decision loss to Cory Sandhagen during a UFC on ESPN event in March. The 12-year MMA veteran is 20-8-1 in his career and has been with UFC since 2014 but has never fought for a title.
UFC 292 is currently slated to be headlined by a Sterling vs. Sean O'Malley main event. Zhang Weili is also set to defend her women's strawweight championship against Amanda Lemos.