Donald Cerrone has had a record-breaking 13-year career in the UFC, fighting a long list of great men and beating some of the best fighters the octagon has to offer.
With a record of 36 wins and 14 losses, Cerrone has become a household name in mixed martial arts, building a reputation as one of the best fighters the UFC lightweight division has ever seen, currently being placed at sixth in the rankings.
Now, 'Cowboy' will face another veteran of the sport, Anthony Pettis, in a welterweight bout featured as a Prelim to UFC 249: Tony Ferguson vs Justin Gaethje. This will be the second time the fighters have crossed paths after a Pettis kick to the body led to a first-round TKO, back in January 2013.
Seven years on, Cerrone will be eager to avenge the result of their last bout, however, as this will be his first fight since his defeat to Conor McGregor, in a fight that lasted just 40 seconds back in January.
Let's take a look at how things could go down and what this means for the immeasurable career of this legendary fighter.