Donald Cerrone likes to put on a show.

Saturday night at UFC 182, Cerrone believes he didn’t do that, and was extremely disappointed by the end result despite a win over Myles Jury via decision.

“I am very upset with the fight,” he said. “Whether it be him or me I’m not sure. I should have re-adjusted. I just don’t get booed.

“That was not a fight. I don’t feel like it was a victory in any way.”

Still, “Cowboy” earned his sixth straight win after a perfect 2014. The Colorado native also made a pitch to get placed on the February event in Broomfield against anybody.

“Who?” he said. “There’s gotta be somebody out there. I don’t care.”

Cerrone (26-6) hasn’t suffered a loss since a 2013 decision to Rafael dos Anjos, who was announced as the No. 1 contender to the UFC lightweight title.