Donald Cerrone has had some of the most incredible performances to his name over his long and illustrious career. He is responsible for some of the most brutal moments inside the octagon. Whether it was his swollen eye against Tony Ferguson or a war of punches with Al Iaquinta, Cerrone has never disappointed.
He puts his everything during the fight. Cowboy’s dedication to the sport is quite exemplary. He has competed in 50 times professionally, winning in 36 with ten knockouts and 17 submissions to his name.
Cerrone has pulled off some incredible matches in the past. It’s no wonder that Cerrone holds the record for most post-fight bonus awards with 16. He holds the record for most appearances inside the UFC octagon with 33 over the past ten years.
He has had some of the most brilliant submission victories and incredible knockouts. However, Cerrone’s performance against Myles Jury back at UFC 182 stands out.
Cowboy Cerrone challenged Myles Jury for a match in reply to Jury’s arrogant response after beating Diego Sanchez. Cowboy’s former training partner and acclaimed UFC fighter, Sanchez suffered a unanimous decision loss against Jury at UFC 171. Cerrone faced Jury in the co-main event and earned a unanimous decision victory.
Cerrone looked sensational right from the first round. He dominated Jury almost throughout the fight and ended Jury’s 15-fight win streak that day.
Cerrone looked invincible as he subjected Jury to a brutal beating from his hands. The UFC veteran showed his impeccable striking inside the octagon, in one of his many outstanding performances.
Donald Cerrone will face Conor McGregor on Jan. 19 inside T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, at UFC 246. He will return to the welterweight division.
He is coming off two consecutive losses against Tony Ferguson and Justin Gaethje. However, MMA fans expect a much stronger and efficient Cerrone ahead of his match against McGregor.
Conor will also make his much-anticipated return at UFC 246 after a long lay off. He is coming off a loss against Khabib Nurmagomedov for the UFC lightweight championship at UFC 229.
Additionally, Cerrone’s experience at the welterweight and Conor’s absence from the octagon will play a key role in the fight.
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