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Donald Cerrone not worried about pre-fight activities: Flying an airplane is not dangerous

UFC lightweight Donald Cerrone discusses his upcoming co-main event against Myles Jury, as well as his deal with UFC President Dana White not to compete in extreme activities ahead of his scheduled fights.

The UFC Embedded series has proven to be a good way to watch a fighter's final preparation and mindset ahead of their respective clashes on Saturday night. For Donald Cerrone, however, it is a good way to gauge the amount of fun, excitements and recklessness of his week.

Over the course of the show, Cerrone took part in several extreme activities, including rides in two fast cars and a small plane - far different activities to his fight mates on the card.

"Riding cars and flying planes I can do everyday. Those aren't dangerous. (The problem) is rock climbing or wakeboarding. They are dangerous activities but flying an airplane isn't dangerous. (Dana said) that ten days out of the fight, no more wakeboarding; no more rock climbing or anything that could get me really hurt."

While Cerrone is not bothered with the loss of freedom ahead of his scheduled fights, he realizes it will be far tougher to stand by his word during the summer.

"What is really going to be tough is summer time. I'm just going to sit on the boat - maybe just surf behind it, but no wakeboarding. I promised I wouldn't do it."

Cerrone is scheduled to meet fellow lightweight Myles Jury in the co-main event of UFC 182. The event takes place Saturday night at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.