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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-09-2009, 10:40 AM Thread Starter
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Cerrone: Fighting in the cage is harder than riding a bull

In his most recent interview Cerrone goes over his fight with Henderson on Saturday with the plans to make this fight the highlight of his career so far!

http://bumpyknuckle.com/2009/10/08/q...onald-cerrone/

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Donald: Probably this fight [against Henderson] will be the highlight of my career.

BumpyKnuckle.com: What’s the most rewarding finish to a fight?

Donald: Head kick would be nice. Knockout for sure.
I wish WEC got a little more attention, alot of these fighters/fights are real exciting!

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BumpyKnuckle.com: What’s harder, riding a bull or fighting in the cage?

Donald: Fighting in the cage.
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I wish WEC got a little more attention, alot of these fighters/fights are real exciting!

I agree. A great heavyweight fight is the best fight around, but most heavyweight bouts are not great, in fact, IMHO there are maybe 5% of heavyweight fights that are really watchable.

Light/bantam/featherweight fights though, man, they bring it every time, more good fights than not, generally.
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Personally I find heavyweights far too slow and boring. The LHW division in UFC is quite entertaining, but basically because they're the cream of the crop when it comes to LHW's in the world of mma. For me the really explosive, entertaining fights comes in the much lighter divisions, hence why I think the WEC was a God send, I was late getting into it, but I remember getting a fight and watching the likes of Urijah and Torres and just being blown away. Its a pity the marketing isn't a little better because I think it would be huge here in Europe if more people knew about it...

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I like the WEC but the problem is I find most of their fights boring. The little guys just arent strong enough to K.O or TKO eachother. Almost everyfight goes to a decision.
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There's been loads of KO's! I'll agree its not as common but its not completely unheard of either...

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