What's next for Cowboy?

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  1. Da Killa Green Belt

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    Will he be just remembered for this devastating loss from now on? When you lose to Conor, that's usually what people will remember you for. Will Cowboy be able to shake this off him? Will he still be a marketable journeyman in the game?
     
  2. HHJ Fedor and Khabib Supremacist

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    The Gomi route
     
  5. Andre Xiong Silver Belt Professional Fighter

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    An official farewell fight against an equal level opponent
     
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    Artem lobov?
     
  7. Chesten_Hesten The Wiener of Steel

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    Deposit his check.
     
  8. Fossor Brown Belt

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    He just needs to step up his shoulder to nose defense and he will be ok
     
  9. YoudBeSurprised Blue Belt

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    Hey hey hes been on a skid but dont compare Cowboy to Artem now.
     
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    he was a jabroni in that fight, he is going to collect his money and ride off into the sunset like a real cowboy
     
  13. VIPERdude Red Belt

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    Cowboy is nearing 40 and this fight was made for Conor to win. Lets be real.
    Is Cowboy gonna just be remembered by this devastating loss? No, Cowboy will always be the guy that jumps in and fights on short notice and will probably fight 4 more times this year. Donald holds records for the most wins, likely will get more.
    He holds the record for most finishes, head kick KO's etc. Sure those records will be beaten someday MOST LIKLEY, however Cerrone WILL keep fighting and those records will continue to grow until he decides to hang it up. I predict Cowboy will win quite a few more fights that are not top level opponents until he goes on a losing streak like BJ Penn because he has that fighter forever mentality. Cowboy will fight until he is in his 50's. Those records he holds are only gonna grow. McGregor was a bad matchup for him and to be honest that was the best Conor McGregor I ever seen. I put Cowboy over Eddie Alvarez being Cowboy has a W over Eddie.
     
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    Retire. Ride snowmobiles, eat P3 protein packs, drink Bud heavy and take care of those 100 broken bones, missing intestines and raise Danger to watch out for shrug strikes in the clench.
     
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    pack it in and go home
     
  16. lsa Maître d' at The Pussy Lounge

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    After 3 TKOs in a row.
    I hope a long break and honestly retirement.
    Any fighter that loses 3 fights in a row by TKO should start to think about their future in MMA.
    I dont want to see Cerrone going the way of Chuck Liddell
     
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    Cowboys been in 5 contests since Jan 2019, exactly 1 year to this day. He's been beaten badly and has looked progressively worse in the span of 8 months. He needs to take the red panty money stop fighting so regularly and take a long rest before he decides to begin training for competition again.
     
  18. Rod Farva War Big Nog!

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    Hopefully retirement
     
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    You put the shoulder shrug Mcgregor over the notorious Mcgregor that KO'd GOAT FW champ who hadn't lost a fight in over 10 years and was finished in 11 seconds?<BC1>

    The correct statement would be... to be honest that was the worst Cowboy Cerrone any of us have ever seen
     
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    You misunderstood me. I am only comparing the two fighters Conor beat, Eddie and now Cowboy. Cowboy has a win over Eddie and Conor destroyed both men. Cowboy IMO when he fought Eddie was and maybe still is the better fighter.

    In short the destruction of Cowboy with a shoulder shrug was more impressive than Alvarez.
     

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