Strikeforce heavyweight Grand Prix champion Daniel Cormier wasn't happy that his fight on Nov 3 got cancelled, but it wasn't because he's racing towards his UFC future. read news >>
UFC light heavyweight title contender Daniel Cormier spoke to the media on Monday at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas about his upcoming UFC 178 championship fight against Jon Jones. read news >>
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With time seemingly at his disposal, Daniel Cormier plans to be 100 percent fit for a UFC Light Heavyweight title fight in 2015. Daniel Cormier was "unhappy" about the recent knee surgery headlines in the wake of his big win over Dan Henderson at UFC 173 several weeks ago, claiming that he wasn't "putting off" a procedure in anticipation of a potential title fight against division champion Jon Jones. Alexander Gustafsson ultimately got the nod, even though "Bones" feels Cormier is more deserving read news >>
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RIO DE JANEIRO -- A light heavyweight showdown between former Strikeforce champions Daniel Cormier and Rafael Cavalcante was briefly targeted to UFC 175, but the Brazilian didn’t get the fight he was hoping for. Instead of Cormier, "Feijao" will be facing Ryan Bader in his return to the Octagon at UFC 174 in Vancouver, Canada, on June 14, and he wants to move to 2-1 in the UFC after a one-round beating over Igor Pokrajac. "(Cormier is) the fight I wanted," Cavalcante told MMAFighting.com. "I wan read news >>
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In a wide-ranging interview with former pro wrestler and actor “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, new UFC light heavyweight Daniel Cormier didn’t back off his stance that he’ll one day fight Jon Jones. Filed under: News, UFC Tagged: Daniel Cormier, (...) read news >>
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Daniel Cormier will compete for the final time as a heavyweight at UFC 166 when he faces Roy Nelson on Oct. 19 and is expecting a tough fight. read news >>
Strikeforce Heavyweight Grand Prix champion Daniel Cormier intends to join the light heavyweight class by year's end, but he also wants to fight his way out of the heavyweight division. read news >>
Daniel Cormier has his final fight set for Strikeforce while lightweight champion Gilbert Melendez looks to defend his belt again in January. read news >>
As it stands now, heavyweight grand prix winner Daniel Cormier isn't a lock for Strikeforce's January card.
Cormier was scheduled to headline a since-canceled Nov. 3 Strikeforce event against UFC import Frank Mir, and officials said the next event is now slated for January.
Cormier hopes the Mir bout, which will be his final one in Strikeforce before an anticipated move to the UFC, still happens, though.
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Daniel Cormier has one fight left in Strikeforce, and then he’ll be making the move to the UFC’s heavyweight division. That is, unless he gets a shot at light heavyweight champion Jon Jones. read news >>
With Frank Mir injured and Matt Mitrione unwilling to take the fight, Strikeforce heavyweight Daniel Cormier appears to be taking charge of his own future.
With his Nov. 3 Strikeforce headliner a little more than a month away, Cormier is publicly campaigning for an opponent, and it's sticking with the Strikeforce-vs.-UFC theme.
Cormier wants Pat Barry.
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