UFC Welterweight Champion Kamaru Usman is definitely one of the top fighters in the world. He is considered as the pound-for-pound world’s best fighter as well. Daniel Cormier also commented on Conor McGregor and Kamaru Usman’s beef.
Usman made his debut in MMA back in 2012 against David Glover, with the fight taking place in the Resurrection Fighting Alliance 5. Usman would get a second-round TKO win in the fight.
UFC Welterweight Champion Kamaru Usman and Conor McGregor certainly have beef with one another and it has been well documented. McGregor previously called out Usman for copying his moves and words and also called him a ‘juice head.’
While speaking on the DC & RC show, Daniel Cormier talked about Conor McGregor recently calling out Kamaru Usman. Cormier stated that he doesn’t think The Notorious One stans a chance against Usman.
“Kamaru Usman said you almost wanna see a homicide. Because honestly Ryan, when you look at these two, when you look at Usman and McGregor, man, come on man. Kamaru Usman is too big, he’s too strong, he’s too physical. He would present a lot of problems to Conor.”
Dana White also recently said that Conor McGregor is nowhere near for a UFC Title fight just yet. Conor McGregor is expected to make his return by the Summer of this year, especially in July. We will have to wait and see if he will end up getting a title shot somewhere down the line or not.
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