Donald Cerrone's It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia cameo more disgusting than we initially thought 2 years ago

Donald Cerrone's It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia cameo more disgusting than we initially thought

Whether it's fighting, acting or endorsing Budweiser, Donald Cerrone doesn't do anything by half measures.

The top ranked UFC welterweight made his sitcom debut this year when he popped up in the 12th season of the long-running series It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia.

Cerrone played a fairly big role in the episode Wolf Cola: A Public Relations Nightmare which also featured cameos from famed reporter Megan Olivi, UFC president Dana White and fellow fighters Cub Swanson and Paul Felder.

At the beginning of the episode, the gang trying to earn discovering that their crow egg and milk cocktail known as Fight Milk proved to be a hit with mixed martial artists. Mac and Charlie link up with the fighters consuming their product only to discover that it's being used as a weight-cutting aid by encouraging projectile vomiting. Cerrone made an instant splash as soon as he appeared on screen.

Cerrone received a lot of praise for his performance, particularly for his ability to hold his own against actors who have been plying their trade for decades. In a recent appearance on UFC Tonight, Sunny star Charlie Day made a revelation only made his came more impressive... well, it also made it more disgusting too.

"Cerrone can make himself throw up on cue. We were like, 'Alright, so you're drinking this Fight Milk stuff that's making you sick...' (Cerrone replied) 'Ya'll want me to throw it up?' What do you mean?  'I can just... I can just make myself throw up man, you know.' He was just vomiting on cue."

"He's a method actor that guy. I think he's got a good career in acting ahead of him."

In the final cut, Cerrone was seen ralphing three times, but who knows how many takes that one scene required.

He's a man of many talents.