If Donald Cerrone wins by finish Saturday in Singapore, he’ll leave behind the rarified company of Anderson Silva and Vitor Belfort to sit alone atop the record books. A win would also mean the most in UFC history, and if you combine his tenure in the WEC, this will mark his 38th Octagon appearance. But Cerrone doesn’t care much for records, is far from retirement, and is still revered and feared enough to be called out by young prospects – the likes of which he’ll tangle with in the main event at Singapore Indoor Stadium.
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