Donald Cerrone came in hot at 170, finishing 4 in a row. After losing three in a row he will now look to change it up and head back down to lightweight, a division he once fought for the title at. 144 more words
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Donald Cerrone is a welterweight no more. So he says, anyway. After seven fights, during which 4-3 in the UFC as a 170-pounder, “Cowboy” claims he’s moving back down to lightweight and maybe even setting a tentative career end date. 489 more words
USA TODAY Sports/MMAjunkie rankings, Oct. 24: Where does Darren Till land with his upset of 'Cowboy'?
Darren Till stayed unbeaten this past Saturday and worked his way into the upper echelon of the welterweight division.
With his first-round TKO of Donald Cerrone (32-10 MMA, 19-7 UFC) in the main event of UFC Fight Night 118 in Poland, Till (16-0-1 MMA, 4-0-1 UFC) made a big leap in the rankigns at 170 pounds. 92 more words
UFC Gdansk took place on October 21 and marked the the promotions return to Poland. While the main event featured Darren Till with one of the biggest upsets this year over Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone, the talk was all about the Notorious One, Conor McGregor. 459 more words