Jan Blachowicz challenged Daniel Cormier and received an immediate response

Jan Blachowicz challenged Daniel Cormier and received an immediate response
Daniel Cormier said that Jan Blachowicz has little chance in a fight against Jon Jones, and the current UFC light heavyweight champion did not like the disparaging assessment of his fighting qualities.

“Hey, D. C.! If you have something to say about me, get your fat ass off the couch and go to the octagon. I will teach you respect,” the Polish fighter tweeted.

Cormier did not delay with the answer, making it clear to the UFC champion that he should look for another opponent.

“No chance, champion, congratulations on a big win. You’re a man! You’re the king now, and you don’t have to worry about what the old pensioner said. You did a great job to take the title!”, Cormier replied.

Recall that last weekend at UFC 253 in Abu Dhabi, Jan Blachowicz finished with a technical knockout in the second round of Dominic Reyes, winning the vacant UFC light heavyweight championship belt, after which Jon Jones, who decided to continue his career as a heavyweight, announced a likely return to the division.

As for Daniel Cormier, he announced his retirement after losing the final match of the trilogy against Stipe Miocic, to whom he lost by unanimous decision at UFC 252 in Las Vegas.

Conor McGregor responded to Daniel Cormier by calling him a fat fool

Former UFC champion in two weight categories, Conor McGregor, expressed outrage at the way Daniel Cormier interpreted his correspondence with the UFC President, which the Irishman put on public display a few days ago, provoking a public conflict with Dana white.

According to Cormier, the essence of this correspondence boils down to the fact that in fact McGregor was not going to fight, although he formally declared his readiness to go out to fight against Diego Sanchez and Justin Gaitji.

“When Conor said he wanted to fight Diego Sanchez, it didn’t mean he was ready to fight anyone. That meant he wasn’t going to fight anyone. If he really wanted to fight anyone, he would have agreed to be a substitute in the fight between Khabib and Ferguson,” Korme said in an interview with Ariel Helvani.

McGregor’s response was not long in coming.

“I asked for a fight in may, you fat fool! What are you talking about?” the Irishman tweeted. “I fought in January, and I wanted to return as soon as possible, but I was deliberately delayed so that I was a reserve for July. Wait seven fucking months for the prospect of “maybe” getting a fight? Are you stupid? What are you talking about, buddy? I was ready to fight anyone in MAY!”

“And then they framed me, saying that I refused to fight Tony when Khabib flew off. Laughter and nothing more. The inability of people in this business to understand simple things completely baffles me! Still as clear as day!ยป.