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Donald Cerrone Gives Fan His Home Address After He Said He'll Lose To Conor McGregor

Donald Cerrone Gives Fan His Home Address After He Said He'll Lose To Conor McGregor

Donald Cerrone has called out a fan who says he won't beat Conor McGregor and given him his address.

Cerrone is heavily tipped to face McGregor when he makes his UFC return next year.

A fan on Instagram claimed that McGregor will beat Cerrone when they face off and Cerrone fired back with his address and an invite to talk face-to-face.


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Cerrone gives a fan his address on Instagram. (Image Credit: Donald Cerrone/Instagram)
Cerrone gives a fan his address on Instagram. (Image Credit: Donald Cerrone/Instagram)

Cerrone said:

"Who the f**k are you to talk!! You feel like you have something to say?

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"I live at 6 Kalma Lane, Edgewood, NM 87015.

"Come to my gate I'll leave it open for ya.

"See just how low my head hangs."

'The Cowboy' also replied to another user dropping a hint over the McGregor match which is slated for January.

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Image Credit: Donald Cerrone/Instagram
Image Credit: Donald Cerrone/Instagram

He says there's 'something in January you might want to see'.

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The 36-year-old is certainly a unique character and has previous of posting his address on social media.

He goaded fans to come to his house and attempt to steal his truck back in 2014.

He also captioned the tweet with 'I don't call 911.'

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Despite the build-up to his fight with McGregor from both sides there is a chance the bout won't happen in January.

Despite McGregor stating his desire to fight in Las Vegas early next year, a fight is not listed on UFC's official website.

UFC's first pay-per-view event of 2020, UFC 246, will take place on February 9 at the Honda Center in Houston.

That means that McGregor and Cerrone's showdown will likely be saved for further into the year.

'Cowboy' has been a rumoured future opponent for the Irishman even before his comeback was official.

According to reports at the beginning of November, the American text UFC president Dana White about the rumours saying 'I hope this is true.'

Do you think Cerrone has a chance of beating McGregor?

Sound off in the comments below.


Featured Image Credit: Donald Cerrone/Instagram

Topics: Donald Cerrone, Conor Mcgregor, UFC News, MMA News, UFC, MMA

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