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A stark illustration of his box office power, this is why Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone is not in Las Vegas this weekend to win. A few weeks short of his 37th birthday, he’s there to pocket $2 million (€1.7 million), the largest purse of his career, and to lose in order that the hype around McGregor can be ratcheted up ahead of the next pay-per-view against a slightly more credible opponent. The commercial that aired during the NFL games didn’t even mention Cerrone’s name or show his face. Why would it? He’s a patsy, an incidental character in the script because he doesn’t move the needle or put bums on seats.
Cerrone had his nose broken before the 10 sec mark, lol.
Gator wrote: ↑Sun Jan 19, 2020 9:57 pm
The finish was legit. However, Cowboy's kryptonite has always been southpaw pressure fighters, which McGregor is one of the best in MMA at being. McGregor needed to get back in the win column and this was the most favorable match up. Can't blame him. His next fights are either with Masvidal, Khabib, or Nate Diaz. All of those are hard matches and will be interesting to see how they play out.
Na, it's going to be Tony, got Tony beating khabib via EA releasing a new UFC game with khabib on the cover.