D.C. Threatens Lesnar Not To Step Inside The Octagon With Him This Weekend | UFC News

Former UFC heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar was cage side for UFC 226. UFC light heavyweight title holder Daniel Cormier made UFC history in the night’s main event by earning the heavyweight belt with a first round knockout victory over Stipe Miocic.

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D.C. quickly called out Brock Lesnar after the fight, which led to Lesnar storming the octagon. Lesnar then shoved Cormier, leading to a scuffle between the two fighters.

Now Daniel Cormier is set to defend his heavyweight title against Derrick Lewis in the main event of UFC 230 on Nov. 3. After picking up rumors that Brock Lesnar may be cage side for the event, Daniel Cormier has now come forward with a threat for the former champion.

“This time I will advise him to stay out of the octagon, because last time he pushed me across the cage. I hate that visual. I hate that’s the visual that’s going to be shown in the build up to our fight.

“This time I will buckle my heels into the mat and I will be ready to push him or smack him upside his head.”

Check it out within the video provided below.

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