Video: Is ‘Cowboy’ Cerrone’s career UFC Hall of Fame-worthy?

This past Saturday at UFC on ESPN 43 in Texas, the UFC announced its latest upcoming Hall of Fame inductee.

Donald Cerrone’s career may not have included a major MMA title, but the “Cowboy” resume is littered with accolades.

He has the third most fights in UFC history with 38, and he fought for the lightweight title in 2015. He also fought three times for WEC titles before that promotion’s merger with the UFC.

His 18 post-fight bonuses are tied for the most in UFC history, and he’s tied for second for the most wins and most finishes on company history.


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When he goes into the UFC Hall of Fame in July during International Fight Week, he’ll go in alongside Jens Pulver, Anderson Silva and Jose Aldo, all of whom were UFC champions. So that begs the question: Is Cerrone’s UFC career Hall of Fame-worthy?

That’s the question this week’s “Spinning Back Clique” panel of Brian “Goze” Garcia, Mike Bohn and Nolan King discussed with host Simon Samano. Check out their breakdowns in the video above, and don’t miss this week’s full episode below.

“Spinning Back Clique” is released each Monday LIVE on MMA Junkie’s YouTube channel.

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