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Donald Cerrone The UFC’s Most Active Fighter? Fight With Khabib Off, Who’s Next For The Cowboy?

Most Active UFC Fighter?

Donald Cowboy Cerrone



Donald Cerrone has had 14 fights within the UFC in less than 3 and a half years. See below the time out between his fights

Paul Kelly – Feb 2011- 4 months

Wagner Rocha – June 2011 – 2 months

Charles Oliviera – August 2011 – 2 months

Dennis Siver – October 2011 – 2 months

Nate Diaz – December 2011 – 5 months

that’s 5 fights in 2011, he was in fight camp for the entire year.

Jeremy Stephens – May 2012 – 3 months

Melvin Guillard – August 2012 – 5 months

Anthony Pettis – January 2013 – 4 months

K.J Noons – May 2013 – 3 months

Rafael Dos Anjos – August 2013 – 3 months

Evan Dunham – November 2013 – 2 months

Adriano Martins – January 2014 – 3 months

Edson Barboa – April 2014 – 3 months

Jim Miller – July 2014 – present


That is dedication, this is a true company man. I think looking at that may put a bit more perspective into his poor performance against Nate Diaz.


Khabib Knee blew out after signing to fight Cerrone

Khabib Knee blew out after signing to fight Cerrone


Khabib The Eagle Nurmagomedov signed the contract to fight Donald ‘cowboy’ Cerrone and 20 minutes later I imagine in a fit of excitement somehow blew out his knee.

Scottish and proud. I train everyday and like to take everything I do to the max. I am very passionate about MMA. I am not scared of winning, I am scared to death of losing.

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