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Donald 'Cowboy' Cerrone Scouting Report

Donald 'Cowboy' Cerrone Scouting Report

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Donald 'Cowboy' Cerrone Scouting Report

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January 18, 2020; Las Vegas, Nevada, USA; Donald Cerrone reacts following his TKO loss to Conor McGregor during UFC 246 at T-Mobile Arena. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Donald ‘Cowboy’ Cerrone Scouting Report

Vitals

6’0″ 170 lbs (Welterweight)
73″ reach, Orthodox
March 29, 1983

Record

36-16-1, 1 NC (UFC: 23-13-1)

Current Streak

1 straight loss

Training

Champion Muay Thai fighter
Black belt if Gaidojutsu
Black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

Championships Held

None

 

Strengths

– world class kickboxing/Muay Thai
– incredible submission skills – 17 wins via submission
– killer leg kicks
very well coached throughout his career
granite chin – never been knocked out (only TKO’d seven times)
very active striker
– extremely accurate striker
– hard hitter – one of the leaders in knockdowns landed for his size
relentlessly looks for submissions
– extremely dangerous off of his back
very experienced
exceptional at passing guard on the ground

 

Weaknesses

– doesn’t fight very smart
– gets into “street fights” in the cage
– not much knockout power despite striking prowess & knockdowns landed
– seems more interested in putting on exciting fights than winning
– takes way too much damage via strikes – more than he dishes out
– mediocre striking defense
– gets hurt with body shots
– doesn’t look to strike much on the ground or in the clinch
– never has won “the big fight” – seems to wilt in pressure situations
– been busted for PED use (diuretic)
– getting up there in years & miles on his body
– best years definitely behind him
– in a big slump

 

Synopsis

While the Cowboy is always a crowd-pleaser, his style isn’t always conducive to winning at the highest level.

 

 

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