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Donald Cerrone Risks Standing With UFC After Pay Rant

UFC veteran Donald Cerrone (pictured) has always been the ultimate company man – until Saturday. Cerrone has built a reputation off being the consummate anyone, anywhere, any time fighter. Need a last-minute replacement? No problem. “Cowboy” is always more than happy to throw his name in the cowboy hat. And if a title isn’t on the line, where Cerrone has gone 0-4 in...
Via 5thRound.com
June 20, 2016  |  Discuss

Donald ‘Cowboy’ Cerrone Moving Up In Weight For UFC Fight Night Pittsburgh

For the first time in his career, Donald Cerrone will fight at 170 pounds on Sunday at Fight Night Pittsburgh. So, it’s only fitting that a bigger “Cowboy” look for a bigger bike. “I’m getting bigger, I need a new bigger bike,” Cerrone said to UFC.com on Thursday afternoon, echoing similar comments he made on social media earlier in the week. “Stepping up in weight...
Via NESN.com
February 19, 2016  |  Discuss

Ugh! 'Cowboy' Cerrone was once disemboweled by his ATV

Donald Cerrone is one tough son of a gun. And not just because he fights in the UFC. Cerrone is a former professional bull rider —€” as well as an avid wakeboarder, gun enthusiast and rock climber —€” who has broken his back twice and once was disemboweled by the handlebars of his all-terrain vehicle, losing a section of his intestines and stomach after a 60-foot jump gone...
Via Associated Press
December 17, 2015  |  Discuss

Donald Cerrone Walking The Walk, Willing To Fight Anyone, Anywhere

Donald Cerrone is determined to leave his mark on the sport of MMA as a fighter who was willing to fight anyone, anytime and anywhere. With “Cowboy” being one of the best lightweights in the world and competing at the highest level of the game, being willing to throw down at every turn is a tall task to live up to. As it turns out, Cerrone is absolutely...
Via NESN.com
January 17, 2015  |  Discuss

King of Violence 2014: Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone

  Donald Cerrone had another busy year in 2014. Just like the previous year, he appeared inside of the world-famous octagon four times. The only difference was that this time he had his hand raised in all four. His first three victories came via the finish over the following men: Adriano Martins (headkick KO), Edson Barboza (rear-naked choke), Jim Miller (head kick KO + punches...
Via Fight Booth
January 11, 2015  |  Discuss

UFC Rankings: Donald Cerrone Moves Up One Spot After Win In Las Vegas

Donald Cerrone may not have liked the way he did it, but his dominant decision win over Myles Jury in the co-main event at UFC 182 impressed the rankings voting panel. Cerrone was voted up one spot to No. 3 at 155 pounds, passing former No. 1 contender Gilbert Melendez. “Cowboy” now sits just one spot behind No. 2 Khabib Nurmagomedov, who has been lobbying for a title shot for...
Via NESN.com
January 07, 2015  |  Discuss

Donald Cerrone Ready To Fight In Boston Just Days After UFC 182

Donald Cerrone’s signature tagline is “any time, any place” and if there was every any question to just how serious that claim is, those doubts have officially been erased. The most prolific fighter on the UFC roster provided further proof that he’s willing to throw down wherever and whenever the promotion will allow, as “Cowboy” has stepped up to face Benson Henderson...
Via NESN.com
January 07, 2015  |  Discuss

Donald Cerrone KOs Jim Miller at UFC Fight Night 45 (Video Highlights)

Jim Miller may have been performing in front of his hometown peeps on Wednesday, but Donald Cerrone (pictured) couldn’t have cared less. As usual, Miller was game. However, Cerrone’s diversified strikes kept Miller off balance and battered for much of their matchup. What really appeared to hurt Miller were the constant shots to the body that he took throughout their scrap....
Via 5thRound.com
July 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Donald Cerrone KO’s Jim Miller With A Head Kick UFC Fight Night 45

Donald Cerrone used kicks to put away Jim Miller tonight in the main event of UFC Fight Night 45, initially hurting him with body kicks, and then when his hands started dropping low to defend them he capitalized with a highlight-reel worthy head kick KO. Round One: The main event is underway and Cerrone throws straight punches to start. He throws a knee to the body too. Miller lands...
Via Fight Of The Night
July 16, 2014  |  Discuss

UFC Fight Night 45: ‘Cowboy vs. Miller’ main event preview and prediction

Whippany, New Jersey’s Jim Miller will be just two hours away from home when he takes center stage in Atlantic City on Wednesday night to engage in fisticuffs with Greg Jackson’s resident ‘Cowboy,’ Donald Cerrone, in main event that is scheduled for five rounds, and reeks of must see t.v. on paper. These have been two of the busiest guys on the roster since 2010. Cerrone...
Via Fight Booth
July 14, 2014  |  Discuss
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