Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone, a former UFC fighter, has admitted that his recent jacked body after retirement is not completely natural.
Cowboy ended his career after 55 professional fights and 38 in the Octagon’s UFC, his final bout was at UFC 276 in July, where he was submitted to by Jim Miller.
Many people thought Cerrone would be enjoying his dad time and we won’t see him again anywhere.
However, a recent social media training post suggested that Cerrone had been pushing back the clock since he retired.
This post shows Cerrone who has gained significant muscle over the past six months.
In a recent interview with Calabasas Fight Companion podcast, Cerrone was open about his drastic physical transformation which included the use of steroids.
“I was just literally yesterday in Vegas, I was telling everybody like, I understand why steroids are illegal now that I’m injecting them into my body,”
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.Donald Cerrone
Cerrone’s revelation may be controversial, but he is not an active MMA fighter, so the benefits he receives from steroids won’t be used for physical competition.