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Brown doesn't like Cowboy and plans to beat him up

 
When Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone walked into town in Toronto for UFC 206 fight week, the adventure-seeking fan favorite attempted to say hello to former training partner Matt Brown.

But Cowboy received the cold shoulder.

“All my team is training him, right? All the guys from Colorado are all his coaches,” Cerrone said at UFC 206 Open Workouts. “So I went to go see him and he walked off. I said, ‘Come on. We’re not fighting until Saturday. We can be cool.’”

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But Brown doesn’t want to be “cool” with Cerrone. In fact, “Immortal” said he doesn’t plan to be nice to Cerrone at all – especially inside the Octagon.

“I’ve talked to him before but that doesn’t make him a friend,” Brown said. “I don’t care for him or his personality.”

Watch today’s UFC Minute at the top of the page to hear from both fighters who are set to meet in the UFC 206 co-main event.

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