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Michelle Waterson reveals Donald Cerrone is the one who got her into fighting: “He’s given people paths for a lot of people”

Michelle Waterson has revealed that Donald Cerrone was the fighter who convinced her to really pursue a mixed martial arts career. For many years Donald Cerrone has been viewed as a legend in the world of mixed martial arts and, in particular, in the Ultimate Fighting Championship. The man known as ‘Cowboy’ has enjoyed some incredible moments throughout the course of his career and upon his retirement earlier this month, he was quick to give advice to the future stars of tomorrow.
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Michelle Waterson Shares How Donald Cerrone Got Her Into MMA

Following the retirement of Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone, Michelle Waterson reflects on the impact he had on her. Donald Cerrone will go down in history as one of the most liked fighters in UFC history. He was always ready to step in on short notice and save a fight card. Although he never won that elusive UFC title, he was one of the best for a very long time.
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Donald Cerrone Gives Advice To Next Generation Of “Cowboys”

Donald Cerrone has some advice for all the future generation of “Cowboys” after him. Cerrone announced his retirement from MMA this month following his submission loss to Jim Miller. It marks the end of an era for MMA and the UFC, as Cerrone is one of the last of a dying breed.
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Donald Cerrone reveals he was ready to retire before fighting Conor McGregor: ‘I just was doing it for all the wrong reasons’

Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone is riding off into the sunset, and he couldn’t be happier about it. On Saturday night in Las Vegas, Cerrone competed for the final time in his illustrious MMA career, losing by second-round submission to Jim Miller on the prelims of UFC 276. After the bout, Cerrone took off his gloves and trademark cowboy hat and left them in the ring, signaling his retirement from the sport. In his post-fight interview, he said, “I don’t love it anymore,” and that he was going on to pursue his burgeoning acting career.
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Donald Cerrone began contemplating retirement prior to Conor McGregor fight

Donald Cerrone could see the finish line more than two years ago. Before he faced Conor McGregor at UFC 246, “Cowboy” could feel his passion for the sport waning, though he soldiered onward after falling to the Irish star via first-round technical knockout in January, 2020. The BMF Ranch founder finally called it a career in the Octagon following a submission loss to Jim Miller at UFC 276 this past Saturday night.
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Donald Cerrone retires from MMA after loss at UFC 276: 'I don't love it anymore'

LAS VEGAS -- Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone decided it was finally time to ride off into the sunset. Cerrone (36-17) retired from mixed martial arts Saturday, immediately following a submission loss to 38-year-old Jim Miller (35-16) at UFC 276. Before the bout, Cerrone, 39, said he intended to fight two more times beyond this weekend, but he opted to call it a career instead.
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UFC 276 results, highlights: Jim Miller submits Donald Cerrone, sends 'Cowboy' into retirement

LAS VEGAS -- On Saturday night, Jim Miller and Donald Cerrone met on the UFC 276 prelims in a welterweight clash that would determine the UFC's all-time wins leader. Miller was the man to achieve that record while also becoming the first fighter in UFC history to fight 40 times in the Octagon. While Miller celebrated his achievement, Cerrone laid his gloves down in the enter of the Octagon and announced his retirement.
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Donald Cerrone retires from MMA after loss at UFC 276

Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone has decided to walk away from the octagon. Cerrone, 39, announced his retirement from mixed martial arts on Saturday after a submission loss to Jim Miller at UFC 276. The 16-year MMA veteran poetically laid down his gloves and signature cowboy hat in the middle of the...
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