Daniel Cormier Posts Statement, Apologizes to Fans, Family & Team
Following his devastating loss to Stipe Miocic at UFC 241, Daniel Cormier has shared out a lengthy statement, in which he apologized for his performance.
It’s still not clear whether Daniel Cormier will fight again, but the legendary fighter has posted a statement, following his stoppage loss to Stipe Miocic at UFC 241. In addition, Cormier has apologized to his fans, family and team for what unfolded.
Saturday’s stunning defeat
Leading up to UFC 241, most people understood that Miocic posed a considerable danger to Cormier. But, because Cormier knocked Miocic out last summer at UFC 226, the now former champ-champ was the consensus favorite heading into the contest.
Cormier appeared to be en route to victory through three rounds on Saturday. But in round four, Miocic started hurting “DC” to the body, and then he put away the legend with a booming series of punches.
Well, immediately after the loss, Cormier relayed that he had not followed his coaches game plan. Cormier’s team wanted him to use his wrestling more often, which he did very successfully in round one. But in rounds two and three, Cormier elected to stand and strike with Miocic. That caught up with him in round four.
More recently, the former light-heavyweight and heavyweight champ shared out the statement and apology below:
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It’s been a couple of days and I can’t stress the disappointment, I am so sorry to all I have let down. To my wife and kids I am so sorry you guys had to experience that, I never wanted y’all to see that and the hurt you guys showed breaks my heart everytime I think about it. My coaches I am sorry, i appreciate the work and time you’ve spent with me. My fans, thank you guys for all the love and support you have guided me to all these amazing accomplishments. Stipe Miocic and his team, congratulations on a tremendous victory, you showed so much heart and grit, you are the definition of Cleveland tough. @danawhite And all at the @ufc thank you all for everything you have done for me and my family. This has been the most amazing journey, I will decide what I am gonna do now, and as soon as I decide you will all know right away. I love you all. DC
So, what do you think? Will we see Cormier back in the Octagon one more time?