UFC Fighter Cowboy Cerrone Teams With Henry Repeating Arms

Welterweight mixed martial artist Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone has reached a promotional partnership agreement with Henry Repeating Arms.
UFC Fighter Cowboy Cerrone Teams With Henry Repeating Arms

Welterweight mixed martial artist Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone, known by fans as the busiest fighter in the UFC due to his willingness to fight anyone at any time, has reached a partnership agreement with Henry Repeating Arms.

“We couldn’t be more pleased to have Cowboy join the Henry family. He’s a fighter and an avid shooter, and that combination of guts and guns makes him a natural fit,” said Anthony Imperato, President and owner of Henry Repeating Arms. Imperato continues, “Cowboy is the perfect example of a younger generation embracing traditional firearms design and America’s heritage. I think we’ll be seeing a lot more of that in the future.”

In February 2018 Cerrone tied the record for the most UFC victories. Outside of the cage, Cerrone is starting to compete in Single Action Shooting Society competitions and is a longtime hunter and outdoor enthusiast.

“If I can’t be fighting in the octagon, then I want to be outside hunting or competing with reliable American-made firearms,” Cerrone said. “This new partnership with Henry Repeating Arms affords me the best of both worlds – my life as a professional fighter and the grit and competition of the wild, wild west. As Toby Keith said, ‘I should’ve been a cowboy.”

The professional fighter will make appearances in several of Henry’s upcoming campaigns including TV advertisements, print, social media and other online channels.

Henry Repeating Arms offers a diverse line of rifles and shotguns for backyard plinking, hunting, collecting, or competing – all of which are made in America.

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