Donald Cerrone is back. His opponent? The Hybrid, Niko Price. Two of 170’s most entertaining fighters have verbally agreed to fight, come September 19th at a UFC event, location pending.

The seemingly always active Cowboy returns this fall after a controversial decision loss to Anthony Pettis at UFC 249 in May. Before that, he fell short to the shark tank at 155, Tony Ferguson, Justin Gaethje and Conor McGregor The UFC record-breaker looks to end the longest losing streak of his career (4) when he faces off against Price.

His challenger, Niko Price, has also not fought since the UFC’s COVID-19 return at UFC 249 in May. He suffered a TKO (doctor stoppage) loss to Vicente Luque in a fight of the year candidate. ‘Hybrid’ looks to put the division on notice with a win over Cerrone and launch himself into the top 15.

Stylistically, this is simply a fight fans can not miss. Price and the future hall-of-famer share a combined 40 finishes under their resume. You can expect a war this September.

We’ll be talking to Niko Price very soon about his upcoming fight, only on our YouTube channel.

By Chris De Santiago

Founder of MMA Island, journalist at LowKick MMA and MiddleEasy, formerly Asian Persuasion MMA.

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