Donald Cerrone predicts to KO Conor McGregor in round 2 via head kick
UFC expert Donald Cerrone touched down in Australia before UFC 234 and continues to talk about the potential fight with the scandalous Irishman Conor McGregor, as an already scheduled event, despite the fact that the organization has not yet announced the fight.
“It’s definitely going to be this year, this summer I think,” - Cerrone said. “But hey, Irish, Australian, American - f*cking root for whoever you want. I love it, man. Boo, cheer. I’m just going to go out there and fight my ass off. I really am.”
Donald Cerrone has incredibly stand-up fighting abilities as well as the perfect ground game. On a question which of these aspects he would use to finish Conor, “Cowboy” no hesitating said it would be the standup.
“Definitely the standup – I’m going to stand and fight him. I’m not going to try to wrestle him, I’m going to f*cking stand and give you all that you want to see. My prediction is a second-round head kick knockout,” - Cerrone said.
Recall that during UFC 234 pre-fight press conference UFC President Dana White informed that he was targeted to book Cowboy vs. Conor for the summer after Conor McGregor finishes his 6-month suspension service.
It stands to mention that Donald Cowboy in his last fight at UFC on ESPN+ on January 19th scored an exactly second-round TKO victory in a fight against lightweight sensation Alexander Hernandez.