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Jeremy Stephens Wants to Do Some Damage to Donald Cerrone

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In Jeremy Stephens' opinion, Donald Cerrone is breakable.

The UFC lightweight believes he saw it in his soon-to-be opponent's eyes when he fought Nate Diaz at UFC 141 this past December. Diaz was able to walk through Cerrone's formidable attack to put a hurting on him, dotting him up repeatedly with punches that looked to Stephens like they stole the Cowboy's will.

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In speaking with USA Today recently, Stephens revealed his plans to attempt to do the same.

"Cowboy's a guy who likes to pressure guys, likes to bully them. When he has that momentum, he's very dangerous. When I come forward, we're definitely going to collide," said Stephens. "It's going to be who's coming forward and who has the lack of respect for each other's power. I can tell you right now, I don't really care for his kicks. I couldn't care less about his kicks. I couldn't care less about his punching power. And I'm going to break him."

Cerrone and Stephens meet this Tuesday, May 15, at UFC on Fuel TV: Korean Zombie vs. Poirier from the Patriot Center in Fairfax, Virginia.

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