Conor Mcgregor Accepts Donald Cerrone’s Fight Challenge After UFC Brooklyn Win

Former Two-Division Champion Conor Mcgregor To Donald Cerrone: ‘I’ll Fight you.’

It seems like Conor Mcgregor impressed by Donald Cerrone’s spectacular victory over Alexander Hernandez.

‘Cowboy’ put on the exceptional performances of his career earlier tonight at Barclays Center when he earned a TKO win over Alexander Hernandez in his return to lightweight since 2015. Following his victory, Cerrone once again called out Irishman and this time around Mcgregor accepts the challenge.

“For a fight like that, Donald. I’ll fight you. Congratulations,” McGregor wrote.

In his most recent outing, Conor McGregor (21-4) failed a bid to reclaim the lightweight title after suffering a fourth-round submission loss to Khabib ‘Eagle’ Nurmagomedov at UFC 229 this past October. Currently, Irishman is awaiting punishment from Nevada State Athletic Commission for his role in the post-fight melee; a hearing will go down on Jan. 29

Irishman’s last win came at UFC 205 back in November 2016, when he knocked out Eddie Alvarez to become the lightweight champion.

Donald Cerrone currently on a two-fight winning streak. Prior to that ‘Cowboy’ submitted Mike Perry.


Newyork native Al Iaquinta also weighed in on the conversation:

Lmaoo you would take #14 over #4 you bird ass


Published on January 19, 2019 at 8:10 pm
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