As of 2022, American kickboxer and MMA fighter Donald Cerrone had a $9 million net worth. Well-known as “Cowboy” holds the record for both the most fights and victories in UFC history. He is currently ranked #11 in the official UFC welterweight rankings and participating in the welterweight division of the UFC.
Cerrone has a 36-16-0 (2 NC) professional MMA record and has made approximately $7,291,200. The most noteworthy MMA stars that Cerrone has faced off against include Conor McGregor, Tony Ferguson, Jorge Masvidal, Eddie Alvarez, and Matt Brown.
Donald Cerrone Net Worth 2022
|Net Worth:||$9 Million|
|Age:||39 Years Old|
|Born:||29 March 1983|
|Salary (Annual):||$2 Million per year|
Donald Cerrone Early Life
In March 1983, Donald Cerrone was born in Denver, Colorado. From 2006 until 2015, he participated in the featherweight division, and as of 2016, the welterweight division.
Cerrone, who has won numerous kickboxing titles, made his MMA start against Nate Mohr in February 2006. Before falling to Jamie Varner for the WEC Lightweight Championship in January 2009, he had a 9-0 record.
In the Fight of the Night in February 2011, Cerrone defeated Paul Kelly to make his UFC debut. He has three fights, three knockouts, four performances, and two submissions from the UFC’s best of the night awards.
In June 2016, Cerrone defeated Patrick Cote to improve his record to 30–7. Since 2013, he has had at least 4 fights annually, earning the title of UFC fighter with the most fights.
Donald Cerrone Career
On February 11, 2006, at Ring of Fire 21: Full Blast, Cerrone made his MMA career. He immediately won by submission when he met Nate Mohr. After that, he prevailed in six straight contests before falling to Kenneth Alexander in a no-contest. After two consecutive victories over Danny Castillo and Rob McCullough, Cerrone suffered his first defeat in the WEC.
Cerrone joined the UFC with an overall record of 13-3. At UFC 126 on February 5, 2011, he made his UFC debut. He defeated Paul Kelly by submission in their match. A winning streak of three matches followed. On December 30, 2011, Nate Diaz became the first man to defeat Donald Cerrone in UFC history.
Before being knocked out for the first time in his career in a loss to Anthony Pettis, Cerrone bounced back with two victories. After losing to Rafael dos Anjos in August 2013, Cerrone started a winning streak of eight fights until falling to RDA in a lightweight title fight. The next incredible winning streak came next. Jorge Masvidal managed to stop Cerrone this time. Since May of this year, Cerrone has lost all of his matches. He has lost his last five matches. Cowboy has a 36-win, 16-loss, and two no-contest MMA records.
Donald Cerrone Others Works
Since 2017, Cerrone has appeared in supporting roles in a number of movies and TV shows, including The Equalizer 2 (2018), Spenser Confidential (2020), Puppy Love (2020), Embattled (2020), The Outlaw Johnny Black (2021), The Harder They Fall (2021), The Commando (2022), and Terror on the Prairie (2022). Cerrone has also appeared in episodes of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia (2017), The Night Shift (2017), and Godless (2017) (2020).
Donald Cerrone Personal Life
Riot River Cerrone and Dacson Danger Cerrone are Cerrone’s two children from his marriage to Lindsay. In an effort to reduce the cost of his training camps, Cerrone built an MMA facility on his property in Edgewood, New Mexico, in 2014. He now trains athletes like Lando Vannata and John Dodson there as well as trainers like Brandon Gibson and Jafari.
Donald Cerrone House & Properties
In Edgewood, New Mexico, at the BMF Ranch, Cerrone resides with his family. His grandma helped him buy the property since he had always wanted to own a ranch.
He invested $135,000 in a sauna next to a sizable arena filled with animals like horses, goats, ducks, and more! Since he likes extreme hobbies, he has a room filled with paintball equipment, wakeboarding equipment, and scuba diving equipment. Additionally, 10 Harley-Davidson motorbikes and an M235 Malibu boat, a few trucks, and many other recreational vehicles are reportedly owned by Cerrone.
Donald Cerrone Controversies:
There have been claims of racism and sexual harassment
Cerrone has been accused of using the slang word “nigga” to call his sparring companion Said Nurmagomedov and then another UFC fighter “my nigga.” Green told Ariel Helwani in an interview in 2014 that he made racist comments about black people and that he wouldn’t have three black flatmates if he wasn’t racist.
In 2014, UFC fighter Bobby Green said that Cerrone had s*xually abused his female fans at a UFC Fan Expo signing. Green says that he touched and talked to the women who came to take pictures with him in a rude way.