Donald Cerrone just loves to compete.
Now, “Cowboy” needs an opponent.
After defeating former Bellator champion Eddie Alvarez Saturday night at UFC 178 for his fifth straight win, Cerrone appeared on the FOX Sports 1 post-fight show and asked for some help in finding that next opponent.
“I just want to fight in November,” he said. “Somebody start a Twitter beef. I’ll already sign the fight agreement. I don’t care where you are in the roster, let’s go. I just want to fight.”
Cerrone (25-6) has finished four of his last five opponents since a 2013 loss to fellow top contender Rafael dos Anjos. The Jackson-Winkeljohn fighter is currently ranked fifth thanks to wins over Jim Miller, Edson Barboza, Adriano Martins and Evan Dunham.
Despite the string of success, Cerrone isn’t about to become a “corporate” man. Instead, he is actually thinking about changing up his ways to his old style.
“It’s going back to drinking beer and eating fruit roll ups,” said Cerrone, of his string of sucess. “My cardio, staying in shape, helps, but I’m going back to my old ways. I’ve got to screw off and be who I am.”