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Donald Cerrone Is Up To Fight Anyone That The UFC Puts In Front Of Him

Andrew Ravens

Donald Cerrone

Donald Cerrone is fresh off a win over Jim Miller at UFC Fight Night 45 and he wants to fight soon, as soon as he can get another fight. He will even fight the retired Nick Diaz if he comes out of retirement.

“I will literally fight anybody,” Cerrone said. “UFC tells me the date and time to be there, and I’ll gladly be there. Nate, (Khabib Nurmagomedov) – anybody – I want to fight. So, the sooner the better, and I’m looking forward to getting back out there.”

Cerrone (23-6-1) has three wins by knockout, 15 wins by submission and five by decision in his MMA career. In his last four fights he is 3-1, he lost to Rafael dos Anjos via unanimous decision back in August of 2013. Since then he has been on a three fight winning streak with wins over Evan Dunham via Triangle Choke back in November, then a 1st RD knockout win over Adriano Martins in January of this year. Finally, he beat Edson Barboza via rear naked choke last month at UFC on Fox 11. Cerrone is coming off a strong victory over Jim Miller at UFC Fight Night 45 where he won the fight with a head kick Round 2, 3:31.

UFC Fight Night 45 took place from Atlantic City, New Jersey at the Revel Casino with Donald Cerrone defeating Jim Miller in the main event with a sick head kick and in the co-main event, Edson Barboza finished Evan Dunham with a flick kick to the body of Dunham to earn his fourth kick finish of his career.

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