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Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone is back in business and last night put an end to a three-fight losing skid with a big victory over tough Hawaiian fighter, Yancy Medeiros.UFC Fight Night 126 didn't have the most fan-friendly timeslot with its Sunday night billing, but anyone that stayed up until the wee hours of Monday morning will have been pleased they did after it proved to be a fight card full of talking points.Yet, from a rankings standpoint, the fight against Nurmagomedov makes the most MMA sense. 2 within the lightweight division, while Cerrone sits in the No. Gilbert Melendez recently competed for the title and was defeated, which would eliminate him as the only other man ranked above Cerrone to potentially face at this time.The question is whether or not the UFC can convince “Cowboy” to wait on the sideline instead of trying to cash in more paydays.Donald Cerrone is clearly on a tear within the Ultimate Fighting Championship.At UFC 182, he dominated Myles Jury to earn his sixth straight win, dating back to UFC 167 in 2013.
His fight on Saturday was his 16th fight since moving to the UFC in 2011.
With the camera panning on him and the crowd going insane inside the Frank Erwin Center, Diaz proceeded to pull out a very suspect looking hand-rolled cigarette along with a lighter and pose to the camera with his signature hand pose.
It was an incredible moment as the camera quickly panned away with the young boy behind him with a mischievous smile on his face that said it all. Elsewhere on the card, Derrick Lewis picked up a win in the co-main of the evening as he took defeated Polish heavyweight Marcin Tybura via a third-round knockout.
The main event of the evening was contested by two men who are known for never taking a step back with Donald Cerrone taking on Yancy Medeiros in a welterweight clash.
Both men promised it was going to be fast and furious from the outset and so it proved to be as they both touched gloves and immediately went at it throwing a large volume of punches and kicks at no less than two paces.A showdown with Francis Ngannou could be in the future with Stipe Miocic tied up fighting Daniel Cormier at UFC 226 in July. Yancy Medeiros via TKO (punches) – Round 1, Derrick Lewis def.