Donald Cerrone won’t retire after seeing his winless skid stretched to six fights at UFC on ESPN 24 . Cerrone (36-16 MMA, 23-13 UFC), the UFC’s all-time wins leader, is in the midst of the worst rough patch of his career. The latest result came on Saturday, when he suffered a first-round TKO loss to short-notice opponent Alex Morono (19-7 MMA, 8-4 UFC) at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas. At 38, questions are already bubbling up about whether “Cowboy” should go on in his career. He said, as of now, quitting is not an option for him.