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From there, he next trained at Greg Jackson’s Submission Fighting Gaidojutsu School in Albuquerque with Jon Jones, Rashad Evans, Nathan Marquardt, Keith Jardine, Georges St-Pierre, Leonard Garcia and Tom Watson along with other skilled MMA fighters.
February 2006 ushered in the first professional fight of Cerrone’s MMA career.
UFC Career: The fact Cerrone had trained among the best in the field was evident in his UFC debut at UFC 126 in February 2011, where he bested Paul Kelly via submission (rear naked choke).
For their performances, both fighters earned “Fight of the Night” honors. Through intense training, commitment and hard work, Cerrone rode a hot streak that saw him go undefeated through the next three fights, beating Vagner Rocha via unanimous decision (UFC 131; June 2011), Charles Oliveira via TKO three minutes into the opening round (UFC on Versus 5 on Aug.
The next challenge was training in Muay Thai kickboxing, and upon turning professional, he posted another unbelievable, undefeated record of 28-0 with 18 first-round knockout wins and a total of four kickboxing championships before transitioning to MMA in 2006.
The fighter’s charisma and prowess also attracted television producers, who invited him to be a part of the Versus reality television series, prior to his fight with Anthony Njokuani at Ring of Fire 29 in April 2007.
After the bout in Ottawa, Canada, the sport’s first stop in the city, he was ranked fourth in lightweight and 14 in welterweight.
Cerrone scored the victory over Cote at in the third round via TKO after dominating the Canadian with his quickness and versatile striking ability.
14, 2011; earned “Knockout of the Night” honors) and Dennis Siver via first-round submission (UFC 137 on Oct. Defeat first visited Cerrone in his fifth UFC fight — UFC 141 in December 2011 — via unanimous decision versus Nate Diaz in a performance that earned both men “Fight of the Night” accolades.
He quickly channeled that disappointment into motivation and won his next two fights before losing to Anthony Pettis in January 2013.
The showing earned Cerrone “Performance of the Night” honors. 20, 2016, his third match at welterweight, Cerrone furthered his undefeated streak in the weight division by beating Rick “The Horror” Story via a second-round TKO at at at T-Mobile Arena.