Rank the beatdowns...

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  1. GoshiShun17 Red Belt

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    No matter how you feel about Donald Cerrone's skill level as a fighter, whether you feel he was a contender or a journeyman or a gatekeeper or even a bum, what can't be denied is that he's given us many memorable moments throughout the years and has definitely earned respect and his place in the UFC Hall of Fame!!

    With that said this thread is to highlight the memorable beatdowns Cerrone has taken for the JBGs!! So please rank these ass whippings that Cerrone has taken and please take into account his age, rank, and hot streak before each one. Without further ado. The Culprits!!!

    1.) Nate Diaz
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    2.) Anthony Pettis
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    3.) Rafael DosAnjos
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    4.) Jorge Masvidal
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    5.) Darren Till
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    6.) Tony Ferguson
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    7.) Justin Gaethjie
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    8.) Conor McGregor
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    Have fun!!!
     
  2. BEATDOWNS Double Yellow Card Double Yellow Card

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    I am # 1 beatdowns
     
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    Nate
    Mas
    Tony
    Justin
    Conor
    Till
    Dos Anjos
    Pettis
     
  4. fiftywattmafia Black Belt

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    Damn he’s been beat quite a bit when you look at them lined up. That said those are no scrubs he’s lost to.
     
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  5. GoshiShun17 Red Belt

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    Really?? Pettis last??? He opened up a highlight reel of an ass whooping on Cerrone.
     
  6. 20falarVerdades Silver Belt

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    Conor
    Justin
    Dos Anjos
    Pettis
    Till
    Masvidal

    The Nate fight wasn't a beatdown
     
  7. GoshiShun17 Red Belt

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    Context. At that point Cerrone was red hot and unbeaten in the UFC. On paper he should have been a bad matchup for Nate and got badly exposed in the first round.
     
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    Conor #1, RDA #2 Till #3 Masvidal #4 Gaethje #5 Pettis #6 Ferguson #7 Diaz #8

    Statistically Conor did the best out of all of them.

    Donald landed 0 strikes and he was finished the quickest (not to mention getting his bell rung with his own signature head kick)

    I think Masvidal, Till, RDA, and Conor all made it seem like Cerrone didn't belong in the cage with them
     
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    I just don't give a dang lol
     
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    Lots of diverse beatings
     
  11. 20falarVerdades Silver Belt

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    Wasn't it s body shot? It was nasty, but some of these guys have knocked him out into another dimension
     
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    Yup. That was the original "choked in the big moment" Donald loss.

    Afterwards, he admitted
    "I guess you do have to be from Stockton to be tough."
     
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    Yes, which is why it ranked last for me personally. RDAs body kick swarm tko is much more brutal
     
  14. GoshiShun17 Red Belt

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    Yeah the body kick ended it but before that he was out boxing him in the few short exchanges. He threw the cartwheel kick and even landed a knee jumping off the cage.

    Also that was only Cerrone's second loss in the UFC and first time TKOed here. He was very much in his physical prime.
     
  15. Joe Black SUCKA FREE QAURINTINE

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    Nate indeed whipped cowboys ass thorough
     
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    From a personal thing I liked the RDA one the most simply because I actually put a little money on that fight, lots of people thought it was Cerrones "time" and would finally do it back then and he was on a very good win streak before it. So the little money I won made it feel good personally.

    I enjoyed the Tony one to watch as his face was like hamburger meat and Tony is so intense and psychotic that I thought if the 3rd round starts he will think its an alien impostor on Cerrone's eye and would get extremely paranoid about it and target that eye I felt. Thats Tony..
     
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    RDA was looking like a monster at that time I don't know how anyone could doubt that he would dust Cerrone.
     
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    1. Masvidal because he basically knocked him twice
    2. Conor because only 40 seconds and shoulder punches.
    3. Nate because he broke him mentally
    4. Till showed zero respect
    5. Justin
    6. Tony
    7. RDA
    8. Pettis
     
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    Conor obviously did best out of all of them, but dos Anjos deserves a lot of props for being almost as fast at finishing Cowboy off with strikes while coming from a jiu-jitsu-background.
     
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    As great as the Conor win was on the surface, I can't personally call it number 1
    considering Cerrone's age and the previous beatdowns he had taken. Add that to the expected greatness of Conor and for me it was a squash match. Still 40 seconds wtf!! Lol. Quickest $50 I've ever made.
     

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