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‘Cowboy’ Cerrone: “The Doctors Managed To Save My Eye”


Everybody knows Donald ‘Cowboy’ Cerrone is one tough mofo. As we know, Cerrone was scheduled to fight at UFC 205 earlier this month. Originally against Robbie Lawler (but the bout was on just for a few days tough), then versus Kelvin Gastelum.

However, Gastelum failed to make weight and the fight was scrapped. UFC immediatly rescheduled ‘Cowboy’ for UFC 206 in Canada opposite Matt ‘The Immortal’ Brown. Today, Cerrone posted this video on Instagram to assure people the fight is on.

Cerrone is known to practice extreme sports on a regular basis. He has had his share of bumps and bruises over many years of shenanigans. No matter what happens, he always powers through. However, from the look of his face, one may think he went too far this time. Here’s what ‘Cowboy’ had to say about it:

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“What’s going on, everybody? It’s ‘Cowboy.’ Before the media puts out what happened, just to let you all know I’m still fighting in Toronto Dec. 10. I’m still fighting – everything’s good. After hours on the table, the doctors were able to save my eye – no issues there, so a couple weeks, let it heal up, and see y’all in Toronto. Sh*t – can’t catch a break on this fight.”

Don’t worry, Cerrone is tough, but the UFC wouldn’t be that irresponsible to let him fight in that condition. Cerrone is filming the Netflix-produced upcoming series “Godless,” which is scheduled for a 2017 debut on the platform. So make sure to watch it!

Cerrone debuts as an actor

According to the Internet Movie Database’s entry for “Godless,” The plot for the show reads like this: “Frank Griffin, an outlaw terrorizing the 1880s American West, hunts down Roy Goode, his partner turned enemy. Roy hides out at a ranch as Frank’s chase leads him to La Belle, New Mexico – a town mysteriously made up entirely of women.”

Donald Cerrone was cast for six episodes in the mini-series, which is set in the American West in 1884.