WTF happened to this UFC fighter?

Thursday, November 24, 2016

WTF happened to UFC Welterweight and fan-favorite Donald ‘Cowboy’ Cerrone?

The UFC fighter took to Instagram on November 21, 2016 to post a cryptic message. Cerrone could be seen with an horrifically injured eye. So what happened to him?

Cerrone wouldn’t go into details but mentioned that he spent hours ‘on a table’ and that ‘doctor were able to save (his) eye’. Fans immediately reacted with stupor mixed with sympathy after having watched the striking footage. The UFC Welterweight is known to be an adrenaline junkie who loves partaking in extreme sports thus many fans were wondering if Cerrone had an accident of some sort.

‘Cowboy’ mentioned at the end of the video that despite what happened to his eye he would still fight Matt Brown at UFC 206 in Toronto, Canada in two weeks. It seems hard to believe that an athletic commission would allow him to fight in such physical state.

What the f*** happened to that UFC fighter?
What the f*** happened to that UFC fighter?

And for good reason! Donald Cerrone was actually trolling us all. No, his eye was not injured. Yes, it was a publicity stunt. It worked quite well though, didn’t it? If you got fooled by Cerrone don’t be too harsh on yourself, I fell for it as well!

About Donald Cerrone: Donald Anthony “Cowboy” Cerrone (born March 29, 1983) is an American professional mixed martial artist and former professional kickboxer currently competing in the UFC’s Lightweight and Welterweight divisions. As of August 27, 2016, he is #8 in the official UFC Lightweight rankings and #6 in the Welterweight division. A professional competitor since 2006, Cerrone has also formerly competed for the WEC. Cerrone currently holds the record for most post-fight bonuses (Fight/Performance of the Night, Knockout/Submissions of the Night) in UFC/WEC history with 18. He is also known as the “busiest” fighter in the UFC, due to consistently having at least four fights per year since 2013. Cerrone’s last outing inside the Octagon resulted in a TKO win over Rick Story at UFC 202. [Source: Wiki]

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