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Daniel Cormier: Stipe Miocic Will Be Final fight at UFC 241

UFC heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier won't confront Stipe Miocic until August, however things are warming up between the two warriors who were unfathomably genial in the number one spot up to their first gathering.

The primary battle between the two occurred in July 2018. At the time, Miocic was falling off his record third back to back safeguard of the UFC heavyweight title in January, while Cormier had protected the light heavyweight crown that equivalent month. Heading into their session, which featured UFC 226, the two seemed to be inviting adversaries. Whatever closeness they shared appeared to vanish after Cormier thumped out Miocic in the first round of that battle and after that concentrated on a proposed matchup with ex-UFC heavyweight champ Brock Lesnar rather than a rematch with Miocic.

That reality and remarks Cormier made that Miocic ought to have remained occupied as opposed to sitting tight for a rematch with Cormier did not appear to sit well with Miocic. Miocic, talking on "Ariel Helwani's MMA Show", called Cormier a "simpleton" for saying that he knew the victor of the primary battle was going to confront Lesnar in their next title protection.

Cormier as of late terminated back at Miocic.

"We're contenders, we're an alternate breed," Cormier said on the "Talk and Talker" digital broadcast. "Like immediately I'm similar to 'Stipe you child of an (exclamation)' however I like it however cause first time he's everything amicable and he's everything calm and he wouldn't like to assemble a battle. In any event currently he's being vocal about how he feels. Be vocal. Disclose to me how you feel. Disclose to me the amount you need to beat me down so when I beat you down once more, at that point you're in like a dim room and you're finished."

Cormier doesn't see the second gathering between the two, which will feature UFC 241 on August 17 at Honda Center in Anaheim, California, going any unique in relation to the primary gathering. In any case, he thinks the consequence of the battle won't be especially ideal for Miocic.

"He will be finished. After this one, it will be exceptionally difficult for Stipe to get the chance to back to where he used to be on the grounds that this current one's going to break him," Cormier said. "Since I realize what the second (Jon) Jones battle did to me. It nearly broke me. Yet, for my entire life encounters, my dad, my cousin, my little girl, my flat mate, every one of those beneficial encounters enable me to keep things in context, while he truly hasn't needed."

"So when he loses in this spot, I don't think he'll have the option to recuperate from it. It wil

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