Donald ‘Cowboy’ Cerrone will be the underdog when he steps into the cage with a returning Conor McGregor at UFC 246 next month but he says that he won’t be handing the Irishman an easy win on his comeback.

If McGregor has engaged in something of a hiatus in recent years, Cerrone has been anything but inactive.

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Since November 2016, McGregor has fought just once, a submission defeat to Khabib Nurmagomedov last year,  but in the same time frame, ‘Cowboy’ has rolled out an impressive 11 fights.

While some of those results have been mixed, no one can claim more octagon appearances and wins than the American in the history of the UFC and Cerrone says that his competitive streak runs deep and he is prepared to use every ounce of his experience to hand McGregor a second successive loss.

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