If you look up the term "company man," you'd see a picture of Donald Cerrone by it.
With a history of fighting anyone, anywhere, "Cowboy" has bailed out Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) plenty of times, accepting last-minute bouts in order to save a card.
"(The bonuses) all sound nice - according to my pay I don't mean shit to the UFC. But we'll see. (I'm) going to talk to Dana after this and figure that out."
Of course, Cerrone relayed the comment with a smile and a giggle, signaling that he was expressing himself in a joking manner.
Though you get the sense he was being serious, especially since he declared he'd be talking about talking to the big man about a pay bump.
And while he may have racked up an extra $50,000 in bonus money, that's not a guaranteed part of his purse, as he -- and everyone else -- are vying for that extra change come fight night.
And when Conor McGregor and Nate Diaz are making this kind of dough, while he's racking in $79,000 to show and $79,000 to win -- you can see why Cerrone wouldn't mind a pay raise, especially after putting as much time with the promotion as he has.
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