Donald Cerrone vs Justin Gaethje is one more great fight of Ultimate Fighting Championship. It is the main event of UFC Fight Night 158. It’s the lightweight bout which will take place in Vancouver, Canada. Both lightweights will have a serious confrontation. Review our thoughts on this bout here below.
On the 14th of September UFC returns to Canada. In the main event on the evening former UFC Lightweight Championship challenger Donald ‘Cowboy’ Cerrone (36-12, 1NC) will meet former WSOF Lightweight Champion Justin ‘The Highlight’ Gaethje (20-2). It is a dream fight for fighting fans. Both fighters are insanely tough and fearless, real brawlers.
Donald ‘Cowboy’ Cerrone
Donald Cerrone is coming off a loss to Tony Ferguson by TKO (doctor stoppage) at UFC 238 back in June. Cerrone’s loss to Ferguson snapped his three-fight winning streak and reduced his chances to fight for the title. But now ‘Cowboy’ is looking forward to climbing that ladder to the title again. A future Hall Of Famer has most wins in the UFC history (23), also ‘Cowboy’ has most finishes in UFC history (16). Cerrone is a world-class striker. He has killing leg kicks, incredible submission game. Moreover, “Cowboy” was never knocked out – he has a very strong chin. Moreover, he is very dangerous, experienced fighter, exciting to watch.
Justin ‘The Highlight’ Gaethje
Justin Gaethje is coming off a two KO wins against very dangerous strikers – Edson Barboza and James Vick. It seems that after two losses in a row which snapped his 18 fight winning streak, ‘The Highlight’ is back to finishing his opponents in a spectacular fashion. It says his 17 wins by knockout. Justin Gaethje is an elite brawler, doesn’t fear anyone – he is always ready to fight anyone, anywhere. “The Highlight” leaves all his heart in the Octagon and never gives up, fights till the end. Gaethje loves every second of the fight. He is very aggressive, always puts pressure to his opponents no matter what and tries to finish them.
Donald Cerrone vs Justin Gaethje H2H
These fighters never met each other in the octagon.