UFC welterweight warrior Donald Cerrone has put on a storied career in the sport of mixed martial arts. A veteran of the sport, Cerrone has fought his way through multiple promotions worth of world class talent. Now “Cowboy” has amassed a series of impressive records that may be worthy of ascending the fighter to legendary status.
While Donald Cerrone has yet to earn a UFC title, the mixed martial artist more than makes up for the fact with his illustrious collection of impressive records. With his recent victory over Yancy Medeiros, Cerrone is now tied with Michael Bisping and Georges St-Pierre for most wins in UFC history.
With 26 total victories under UFC/WEC/Pride/Strikeforce, Cerrone is a single victory behind Wanderlei Silva in the most wins in the combined organizational history. “Cowboy” is also tied with Vitor Belfort and Anderson Silva for the most stoppages in the history of the UFC, having earned a grand total of 14.
Cerrone has already earned the most stoppages in combined UFC/WEC history with a total of 18. Within the UFC/WEC/Pride/Strikeforce, Cerrone is tied for the third most in the combined organizational history.
Cerrone is also just behind Anderson Silva in the record for most knockdowns in UFC history, having earned 17 total. With 315 leg kicks, “Cowboy” has dished out more leg kicks than any other fighter in the history of the UFC.
Totaling 18 fight night bonuses, Cerrone has the most bonuses in UFC/WEC combined organizational history. Lastly, Cerrone is tied with Anderson Silva for third most fight night bonuses in UFC history. Cerrone has garnered 13 fight night bonuses under the UFC banner.
While “Cowboy” has yet to snag a UFC title, the mixed martial arts warrior has already earned his stripes in other ways. Rivaling the records of some of the arguably greatest fighters of all time, Cerrone has perhaps cemented his place among the highest level of competition.