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Donald Cerrone Admits Using Steroids



Despite his retirement from the sport, the former UFC welterweight, Donald Cerrone is not giving up the idea of hitting the gym.


Cerrone is one of the most loved athletes to ever step in the ring. The Cowboy’s last dance came this past July at UFC 276, where he was submitted by Jim Miller via guillotine choke.


Instead of spending this leisure time with his family, the 39-year-old has once again started gloving up. The Cowboy recently share a picture of himself on social media where he appeared to gain muscle.


The fans speculated that Cerrone is preparing to run the clock back. But the Cowboy negated all the rumours, reciprocating that his jacked physique post-retirement isn’t entirely natural.




Cerrone admitted to using steroids. He was talking to the Calabasas Fight Companion podcast where he opened up about what it feels like to take these pills at this stage of his career.


“I feel like I’m f*cking 20 again. The training would never stop. You could just literally train as hard as you wanted to, (then) wake up the next day recovered and fresh. Recovery would be the biggest (improvement). It’s the fountain of youth.”


Cerrone spent more than a decade in the UFC and during this time he fought the likes of Conor McGregor, Tony Ferguson, Anthony Pettis, and Alex Morono. The Cowboy is no stranger to the MMA world. His resume speaks for itself.


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