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Donald Cerrone: Frequent Fights Simply To Pay Taxes

As Benjamin Franklin once stated, “There are only two things certain in life: death and taxes.” At this rate, UFC lightweight Donald Cerrone (pictured) will die just so he can pay off his taxes. During a recent appearance on Bruce Buffer’s “It’s Time” podcast, Cerrone revealed the primary reason he remains one of MMA’s most active fighters is so he can pay Uncle Sam...
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Donald 'Cowboy' Cerrone: 'I'm fighting to pay taxes off'

Since 2013, UFC lightweight Donald Cerrone has fought 11 times. Within that period, there was a nine month span where he fought four times. This past January, the "Cowboy" fought twice in span of two weeks. That level of activity is near unprecedented for fighters competing at the highest level of MMA. Cerrone loves to fight, that much is clear. During a recent interview with Bruce...
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15 days ago  |  Discuss

Donald Cerrone Begrudgingly Sits For UFC Title Fight

The good news for Donald Cerrone (pictured) is he gets first dibs at UFC lightweight champion Rafael dos Anjos. The bad news for Cerrone, one of MMA’s most notoriously active fighters, is he’ll have to wait until at least December when dos Anjos returns from a torn MCL in his knee to get his crack at the crown.Cerrone’s agenda was reported on this week’s edition of “UFC...
26 days ago  |  Discuss

UFC 187 Highlights: Weidman three-stars Belfort

‘Cowboy’ and Weidman talk ‘Clash of Clans’ ahead of UFC 187 “It felt like a video game when you’re going against the boss and his meter just starts dropping and dropping – that’s what I was thinking. Every punch he threw I was like – your meter’s dropping and I’m gonna keep moving forward.” – Chris Weidman on Vitor Belfort If you had a chance to check out...
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May 24, 2015  |  Discuss

Jawbreaker! Cerrone shatters Makdessi at UFC 187

Donald Cerrone claimed yet another victim last night at UFC 187. The UFC’s resident “Cowboy” was already having his way with Nova Scotia’s John Makdessi when he decided to fire off a left head kick that would break the jaw of his opponent. Makdessi backed up and motioned for a time out after eating Cerrone’s shin. Referee Jason Herzog would then wave off the fight after...
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May 24, 2015  |  Discuss

Donald Cerrone Vs John Makdessi Result At UFC 187

These two engaged in a stand-up battle and it was Donald Cerrone who was the dominant force with his kicks being his best weapon and eventually one broke Makdessi’s jaw deep in the second round and forced a TKO finish. Round One: Hard body kick from Cerrone to start and then a solid one to the leg. Another one connects. Then to the body again. Nice start from Cerrone. Makdessi...
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May 24, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: Donald Cerrone Breaks John Makdessi's Jaw With Massive Kick at UFC 187

Long time UFC fans may have seen this before, but a fair weather fan like myself has never seen it. After taking a massive kick to the face from Donald Cerrone John Makdessi actually called for a timeout. As it turns out he was asking for time for a pretty good reason. The kick broke his jaw. The word ouch comes to mind.I hope John likes soup.Read more »
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May 24, 2015  |  Discuss

Donald 'Cowboy' Cerrone on injuries, rest, and the secrets to staying ready

Donald Cerrone has fought more frequently than any other top UFC contender, over the past two years - ten times, overall. He's fought twice already in 2015, and fought four times each in 2014, and 2013.  There's been much celebration and marvel at the lightweight's iron man pace and constant readiness. After all, many of those fights were taken on short notice or, like his UFC 187...
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May 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Donald Cerrone And Aljamain Sterling Speak Out On UFC Reebok Deal

The UFC’s sponsorship deal with Reebok, and in particular how it affects fighters ability to make money, continues to be a hotly debated topic within MMA circles. Ahead of his fight this Saturday night against John Makdessi at UFC 187, Donald Cerrone has revealed that he stands to take a $60,000 reduction in his sponsorship earnings per fight despite being placed on one of the...
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May 19, 2015  |  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...
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July 16, 2014  |  Discuss

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