Alex Morono made the most out of his opportunity, considering his short notice fight he has made a strong statement here.
The welterweight veteran Alexander “Quincy” Morono finished UFC legend Donald Cerrone via first-round TKO (punches).
Cerrone (36-16 MMA, 23-13 UFC), he is a legend for a reason.
( Regardless of the outcome of his #UFCVegas26 fight, Donald Cerrone is still a legend )
Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone holds some interesting and solid records in UFC
- UFC’s all-time wins leader (23)
- UFC’s most fights leader (37)
- Most finishes in the UFC (16)
- Most UFC Fight Night bonuses (18)
- Most knockdowns landed in the UFC (20)
Well we have seen cowboy throughout his career, he had some good moments and some bad moments but now “Cowboy” is going through most rough patch of his career.
At 38, he still has a fighting caliber but such losses start raising questions on his career. In a inteview with ESPN’s Brett Okamoto Cowboy Said
“I’ll never go out like this,” Cerrone said. “There’s no way I’ll end like this. I couldn’t let my legacy end like this.”