Having only won one of his last five UFC fights, fan favorite fighter Donald Cerrone is apparently looking for a bit of a camp reinvention.
Now set to fight Mike Perry in Denver, on Nov. 10, the longtime striking based Martial Artist has removed his striking coach Brandon Gibson from his camp.
When Donald Cerrone fights Mike Perry on Nov. 10 he won’t have one of the most respected coaches in MMA in his corner. Following Cerrone’s unanimous decision loss to Leon Edwards last month, he parted ways with striking coach Brandon Gibson, ESPN recently confirmed with Gibson. Gibson described the parting ways as mutual. “I wish ‘Cowboy’ and his team all the best moving forward,” he said. “I think a new look and direction will be good for him.”
Gibson has been in Cerrone’s corner for nine straight fights, dating back to when Cerrone beat Alex Oliveira in February 2016. Cerrone will continue to have Greg Jackson in his corner from the JacksonWink camp.