Two-division UFC champion Daniel Cormier is the second fighter in UFC history to ever simultaneously wield multiple division titles and is the only fighter to ever hold the light heavyweight and heavyweight belts simultaneously. D.C. would be undefeated in his mixed martial arts career, were it not for one fighter.
Daniel Cormier has suffered a single loss to former UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones. In their rematch, Jones earned a knockout win over D.C.
However, the result was overturned to a no contest after Jon Jones failed his second drug test. Jones’ career has been plagued with controversy, as the former champion has been stripped of his title a record setting total of three times.
The fighter failed a drug test for cocaine, as well as two drug tests for banned substances. Jon Jones was once involved in a hit-and-run that earned the former champion some serious infamy.
With all that said, Jones’ only loss in his mixed martial arts career was a disqualification due to the use of illegal elbows against Matt Hammill. Speaking to ESPN, UFC President Dana White has now come forward to issue his thoughts on whether Jon Jones or Daniel Cormier deserve to be called the greatest fighter of all time.
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