Lightweight contender Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone fielded questions from the fans prior to the UFC 185 weigh-in on Friday in Dallas. Hear what the No, 3-ranked lightweight had to say.
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Cowboy was about drunk by the end. Everyone loves Donald but I predict his win streak ends when he fights the Eagle.
Maybe … but there’s no doubt Cowboy has a long, promising career either way. He hates losing. More than the average fighter. I say that due to how strongly his career losses have motivated him and what he’s done with that motivation.
Not sure he’ll ever be champ (Pettis is beast and burning in his prime right now – tough man to get past for any 155 pounder), but I think he’ll be top 5 for a while, then top 10 even longer.
Win, lose or draw, I enjoy a good Cerrone fight … and I know I ain’t the only one.
No doubt. I love to see Cowboy fight and I would love to get drunk and hang with him. He will be on top for a long time. I just don’t see him winning his next fight. I think the Eagle will beat Cowboy and I can even picture him winning against Pettis in a long grinding fight.
He is great with the fans and anyone can relate to him. Hope he wins.
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