Jeremy Jeremy, also known as “Lil’ Heathen” has the record for most losses in UFC history. The fighter has not won a fight inside the octagon since July of 2018. He has a record of 28-19-0, 1 NC in his professional career. He has lost 18 fights in the UFC, which is the most for …
No. Cerrone only got one chance, but Rafael dos Anjos made quick work of Cowboy to retain the belt. Cerrone fought 12 times from 2014 to 2016 and went 11-1. Six of those fights earned him a performance bonus.
Known for taking fights on short notice just for the thrill, Cerrone is regarded as the “busiest” fighter in the UFC. He’s had at least four fights per year since 2013, adding to his reputation as a fan favorite who will fight anyone, anytime, anywhere.
Cerrone won the fight via TKO in the second round. After winning eight fights in a row in under two years, Cerrone earned his first UFC lightweight title shot. He faced Rafael dos Anjos in the main event at UFC on Fox 17 on December 19, 2015.
Despite losing five of his last six UFC fights, Donald Cerrone told ESPN’s Brett Okamoto that he is not considering retiring from the sport. Spoke to Cowboy, he tells me this was not his final fight and he doesn’t feel done, but acknowledges his performances say otherwise.May 9, 2021