Donald 'Cowboy' Cerrone Retires From MMA After Defeat To Jim Miller At UFC 276
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Donald Cerrone called time on his legendary career following his submission defeat to Jim Miller at UFC 276.
Monster Energy fighter Cerrone took off his gloves and put them down in the middle of the Octagon after succumbing to Miller's guillotine choke.
The last ride of an iconic career. Thank you @CowboyCerrone 👏🤠 pic.twitter.com/LEF6Lnea6i— UFC (@ufc) July 3, 2022
Speaking to Joe Rogan, he said: "I don't love it anymore. I'm gonna be a movie star, baby.
"Hopefully one day I'm in the Hall of Fame."
The Cowboy hat and gloves have been left in the Octagon 😢@Cowboycerrone has called time on his career 🤠— UFC on BT Sport (@btsportufc) July 3, 2022
A legend bows out 🙏#UFC276 pic.twitter.com/zarDRHmxX6
Cerrone, who took the UFC 276 welterweight bout on short notice, retires from mixed martial arts with a 36-17-(2) professional record, having competed under the Zuffa banner since 2007.
'Cowboy' has fought the who's who of the UFC, taking on the likes of Conor McGregor, Justin Gaethje, Tony Ferguson, Nate Diaz and Jorge Masvidal.
He boasts wins over the likes of Charles Oliveira, Eddie Alvarez and Benson Henderson.
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