The Damage A Quick Title Fight With D.C. Causes — Side-By-Side Comparison

Daniel Cormier is now the UFC’s light-heavyweight and heavyweight champion of the world, and he’s the first man in the sport’s history to capture both those division titles at the same time.

In D.C.’s last two fights he faced off with the best the UFC has to offer.

At UFC 220 he defended his light-heavyweight world title against the top contender in the division Volkan Oezdemir. D.C. handily beat up Volkan on the feet, and finished him in round 2.

In Cormier’s latest bout, he faced Stipe Miocic for the UFC heavyweight world title and knocked out the heavyweight champion in round 1 of their fight.

D.C.’s known for his high-caliber wrestling, but it’s been his hands that have been causing damage to his latest opponents.

So here it is, the champ champ’s last two opponents, and their post-fight battle wounds: