What's next for Donald 'Cowboy' Cerrone following UFC Singapore loss?
20 days ago - By MMAjunkie
Donald Cerrone suffered his fourth loss in his past five fights when he fell short against Leon Edwards in Saturday's UFC Fight Night 132 headliner.
Cerrone fell short by unanimous decision against Edwards in their welterweight main event, which took place at Singapore Indoor Stadium in Singapore and streamed on UFC Fight Pass. With the result came some questions about Cerrone's future.
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