Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone has been fighting in the UFC since 2011 and his professional career dates all the way back to 2006. He’s a true veteran of the sport and boasts a respectable record of 34-11 with a record 21 UFC wins and a record 15 finishes total in The Octagon. Before Cowboy takes on Alexander Hernandez on January 19th watch his impressive finish of Mike Perry back in November.
Conor McGregor just lost the biggest fight of his career and Cowboy Cerrone just set the records for wins (21) and finishes (15) in the UFC at Fight Night 139. With his crushing defeat to Khabib Nurmagomedov still leaving a bad taste in the Irishman’s mouth, McGregor needs a big name opponent to get his mojo back and record breaking Cerrone just might fit the bill. Chael Sonnen thinks that the fight is indeed being kicked around and can you blame him? Check out what Sonnen said…
There is a lot of bad blood right now between the Jackson-Wink training camp and one Cowboy Cerrone. The basis of the feud is simple. Cowboy doesn’t like coach Mike Winkeljohn and he definitely does not like the fact that he has agreed to train his UFC Fight Night 139 opponent Mike Perry for their … Read more
Darren Till gets a shot at Tyron Woodley’s welterweight title on September 8th at UFC 228. Before you watch the event check out the fight with Donald Cerrone that really put Darren Till on the map.
UFC Austin is in the books and the main event delivered. In it, Cowboy Cerrone scored a TKO victory over Yancy Medeiros and put him one or two wins from title shot yet again. Check out all of the action from the event.
Darren Till surprised Cowboy Cerrone and fans when he scored a TKO victory. Joe Rogan has a companion cast where he watches the fights as they play out and gives his commentary and analysis. Watch as he and Brendan Schaub breakdown the bout and react to Till’s TKO of Cowboy at UFC Gdansk.
On October 21st Cowboy Cerrone gives upstart Darren Till a chance to get past the gate to the upper tier of the welterweight division. The UFC released the official preview yesterday and it is a solid offering for a Fight Night event. Check it out.
Darren Till takes on veteran standout Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone on October 21st in Poland who admittedly doesn’t know a thing about Darren. A knockout or submission win over Cowboy would make him a recognizable name with fans should he pull it off, but Till wants more than that. The Liverpool native wants a spot on a card from the city he grew up in and we can’t blame in. Being a hometown hero is a dream of almost all fighters in the early stages of their careers.
Cowboy Cerrone is a mad man but one heck of a guy. Still, it makes us wonder sometimes what he is thinking when he takes to Twitter. Check out the below tweet. Hey GSP @ufc #200 I know a guy. @GeorgesStPierre 1:17 PM – 9 Mar 2016 · New Mexico, USA, United States So if … Read more