An adrenaline junkie by nature, Cerrone says he doesn’t care about the title. (AP Photo/Brandon Wade, File)
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Donald Cerrone grudgingly acknowledged he would have to take several months off this year between his eighth consecutive UFC victory and his first shot at the lightweight title while champion Rafael Dos Anjos recovered from injury.There is nothing standard about the thrill-seeking, beer-drinking, extreme-sports-loving, life-maximizing fighter known to all as Cowboy – and Cerrone used his spare time as only he can.I spent a week in Orlando getting certified for that, so after this fight, I'm excited to see Cowboy in his wingsuit".Cerrone (28-6) started off the year by fighting twice in 16 days, but he'll end it in Orlando Saturday night by taking on Dos Anjos (24-7) for the UFC 155-pound title. He's still Cowboy: After spending last weekend in Las Vegas for UFC 194, Cerrone and his friends drove their recreational vehicle cross-country to the fight, even stopping for a full day along the way to get it fixed.If he wins the title that he claims he never much wanted, Cerrone still plans to keep pushing the limits of life outside the cage.
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