source | MMAJunkie.com
“I’m upset with my performance, and I’m going to go watch the tape and figure out what I need to do to capitalize if that happens again,” he said. “I’m very upset for the performance I put in tonight, and I apologize to everyone that was watching and the hype that was behind all that.”
The frustration boiled over in the waning seconds of the fight, when he unloaded some brutal leg kicks on his downed opponent in a clear act of aggravation.
“Oh, the f-ck you kicks? That’s what happened,” said Cerrone, who’s now won six straight fights and is already campaigning for a spot on the Feb. 14 UFC Fight Night 60 card in Colorado. “I was trying to kick to either break my leg or his. I was very upset.”