Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone Gets Suspended

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Last night and this morning I was tired and I kept briefly going to sleep and waking up between commercial breaks and sometimes during television episodes when watching the Toonami anime lineup, and afterward I went to sleep and I woke up and went back to sleep various times with a sore back et cetera and I had some dreams but I can not remember them except for part of the end of my last dream.

An earlier forgotten part of this dream possibly involved some of my family like my mom and maybe my dad and maybe my brother GC, but I can not remember.

All that I can remember of the end of this dream is that I was watching television and I remember seeing part of a television program that looked like it was a Christian television broadcast like The Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) or something like that, and a performance was just starting on a stage involving several middle age to older men and the UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship) mixed martial artist Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone was the special guest who was performing with them.

Mr. Cerrone possibly entered the stage from the far right side with a middle age or older man with dark-color skin with black hair with maybe an American themed top hat, and for some unknown reason Mr. Cerrone grabbed the older man and pinned him against the wall on the right side of the stage overpowering him and roughing him up a bit without striking him and then it looked like he poked the man in the eye with a pen after saying something to him before finally letting him go.

This surprised and angered me, and then I learned through the news that the UFC had suspended Mr. Cerrone for doing that and that he was not going to be able to fight in the next UFC event so the UFC was replacing him with another mixed martial artist for that fight at the next UFC event.

I was so angered by Mr. Cerrone roughing up an old man like that, that I wanted to fight Mr. Cerrone in a mixed martial arts fight even though I am in a higher weight class than him, and I was even willing to try to drop weight again so that I could fight him.

I remember that it was day and I was across the street from the Walmart in the city of D at a small shopping center, but I am not sure if I was driving or about to drive away or what I was doing.

I just know that I wanted to use clinch fighting against Mr. Cerrone and to just embarrass him throughout the entire fight by constantly overpowering him with clinches and clinch strikes et cetera, and I daydreamed about how the fight might go several times.

These daydreams were so realistic that it is possible that one of them was of us really fighting, I possibly called out Mr. Cerrone and I possibly got a probably unofficial mixed martial arts fight set up, and maybe we really fought.

I remember clinching Mr. Cerrone and slamming him against the cage keeping him in the clinch constantly and occasionally punching, elbowing, kneeing, et cetera him while talking to him about why I was doing this and somewhat taunting him as punishment and to teach him a lesson.

But that is all that I can remember of this dream.

The end,

-John Jr

By John Jr

Hello, I am John Jr, welcome.

8 comments

    1. Hello True George,

      Unfortunately no, I almost did Taekwondo when I was a kid (which was possibly the only martial art offered in our small city unfortunately) but I did not because of shyness et cetera, and we did not have boxing or wrestling or MMA et cetera training locations in my city either as far as I know unfortunately.

      I did do some unofficial martial arts practice and training and sparring a few times with some family members, classmates, et cetera but not much and it was nothing formal; and my brothers stopped sparring with me years ago after losing all the time I guess.

      In my adult life I have only lost 1 grappling match (against my former classmate JC back in college when I was in the worse shape of my life at that time) and 1 tie (against my former classmate DH who is in a higher weight class than me, and he has actual martial arts training unlike me; and now he has military and police training (but we had our match before his military and police training I think, but he was already trained in several martial arts at the time)).

      As far as I know we still do not have any MMA or boxing or wrestling or Brazilian jiu-jitsu or military combatives or Muay Thai training centers in my city, but I could be wrong.

      Besides the military have you tried any martial arts True George?

      -John Jr

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      1. Yeah, in Jr High one of the Teachers was a Kung Fu black belt and on Tuesdays and Thursdays during lunch he gave instruction. I was there for one semester. When I was In high school I did nothing but play varsity soccer and run jr varisty & varsity track
        It wasn’t until I was in my 30’s that I took a martial arts again. This time It was Karate Mainly for exercise cause I started working in an office as a bureaucrat. I took Karate for 4 years until the dojo closed down. Then I moved onto judo at the YMCA. I did that for a couple of months but my work scheduled changed and I couldn’t do it any longer. Later on I found a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu branch of the Renzo Gracie academy. I’ve been there for the past 4 1/2 years……

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          1. No my progress has been slow. To date I’m one of the oldest guys; I don’t have a wrestling or any other grappling back ground; I got injured a couple of times and didn’t attend until I recover. Then sometimes the work schedule gets in the way.
            Those who started out with me are now Purple belts I’m still on blue. Plus I have not competed in a tournament.
            Basically my goal is to get exercise, weight management and survive rolling with younger, faster and stronger guys. Rank progression will come in time

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            1. Thank you for answering that True George.

              There is nothing wrong with that, it is good to hear about people like you staying active and continuing to progress in areas that many others would not, I imagine that you would probably defeat me pretty quickly. 😀

              Do they teach any striking as well?

              Good luck with your training,
              -John Jr

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            2. Yeah they have a kick boxing program. The WBC female feather weight champion and Bellator fighter Heather Hardy and her boyfriend former kickboxing feather weight champ Devon Cormack used to be trainers at our location.
              On Monday nights there is a judo program

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