Video: Cowboy Cerrone talks tripping on DMT, also mentions fallout with Jackson Wink gym

Cowboy Cerrone DMT trip

Cowboy Cerrone is tripping balls and we can’t look away. Cowboy has reached the point of his fighting career where he just doesn’t care anymore.

Adn why should he? Cerrone is an old G of this MMA game and what does he really have to lose at this point. Today (Aug. 29) while appearing on the Joe Rogan Experience, Cowboy talked his DMT trip, smuggling mushrooms from Asia, smoking weed, drinking beer and a whole lot more. We basically lost track of all the new innovate ways Cerrone used drugs to shake up his mind space.


First, let Cowboy describe in great detail a psychedelic DMT trip into a desert Wonderland of goodness. It takes a lot to blow Rogan’s mind but we think Cowboy Cerrone just did.

Also Cowboy isn’t happy with the gym he’s trained at since 2007. There is some serious beef between Cowboy and Jackson-Wink MMA.

“(Winkeljohn called me and) says, ‘You know what, I thought about it and if we don’t have Perry, then I don’t get paid, and I need to get paid for this. Basically tells me I’m no longer welcome in the gym.”

Oh word?

Then Greg Jackson tried to train Cowboy on the side?

“He’s like, ‘Yeah, we’ll come to the ranch and sort this out. I’m like what the (expletive) are you talking about? You tell me I can’t come into the Jackson Wink gym, but you’re going to back door and come to my house, and we’re going to train to fight me while Perry’s at the gym.”

“You see everything he does, and then you come train me? Not to mention you’re holding classes and he’s watching. You might not be training him to beat me, but there’s a lot of people there that have trained with me for (expletive) years.”

Check out the full interview below

Cowboy for President in 2020? He’s got out vote.

Published on August 29, 2018 at 5:52 pm
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