Tony Ferguson and Donald Cerrone put all their craziness on the line at UFC 238, with Ferguson winning the "I'm Restraining Order Crazy" title.
UFC 238 Embedded is an all-access, behind-the-scenes video blog leading up to the two title fights taking place Saturday on Pay-Per-View.
Saturday's pay-per-view card from the United Center in Chicago features two title fights and Tony Ferguson against Donald Cerrone.
Cerrone and Tony Ferguson are set to square at UFC 238 coming up later this month live on ESPN+ pay-per-view in a key showdown.
Tony Ferguson won a season of TUF, won and interim championship belt, and has long been considered a top lightweight. I hope he ain't crazy, though.
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The card from Chicago will also feature a pair of title fights including Henry Cejudo meeting Marlon Moraes for the vacant bantamweight title.
Cerrone earned his UFC-leading 23rd win, and also his 17th fight-night bonus, with a decision victory over Al Iaquinta.
The card features Donald Cerrone vs. Al Iaquinta in the main event, and you can see videos of both fighters right here ahead of the card..
Fighters weighed in on Friday for Saturday night's card, which will stream live entirely on ESPN+ with Al Iaquinta vs. Donald Cerrone.
Cerrone scored himself a victory over Yancy Medeiros back in 2018 to snap a three-fight losing streak and get back in the win column.
Donald Cerrone might finally be getting that big money fight he deserves, while Conor McGregor will face someone susceptible to his accurate hands.
There aren't that many superstar matchups on the horizon, so why not pair Conor McGregor against fan-favorite Donald Cerrone?
Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone may be getting old, but when a young punk like Alexander Hernandez gets uppity, it's time to teach him respect.