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Cowboy Cerrone tired of waiting on Conor McGregor

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After campaigning for four months and indulging in more than a few tweets, Donald Cerrone is informing us that he is no longer campaigning to fight Conor McGregor. According to his words, “The chase is over. It’s done.”

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“We were supposed to fight in April, then July and just kept stringing it along, and I was like, ‘Yeah, I’m not going to wait. Let’s go.'” said Cerrone in an interview with MMA Junkie.

McGregor-Cerrone bout was actually close to happening, but just like many fights, talks couldn’t continue as egos came in between and bickering about placement on the card was a factor, and now Cerrone is reporting that he is done chasing after the McGregor bout.

Standout fighter Donald Cerrone’s next target is Al Iaquinta (14-4-1 MMA, 9-3 UFC). He agreed upon this fight before McGregor announced his short-lived retirement.

On the prospect of the fight actually happening in the future, Cerrone said the following :

“Who knows, man,” he said. “I’ll take it if it does, of course. If not, we’ll take whoever’s next. I love my job. I love fighting.”

You can hear the full interview down below (Credits : MMAJunkie).

 

 

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