After Knocking Out Browne at UFC Halifax, Derrick Lewis Says He Wants Mark Hunt Next


After knocking out Travis Browne, UFC heavyweight Derrick Lewis spoke to Karyn Bryant, Dominick Cruz and Gilbert Melendez on the FS1 UFC Fight Night Halifax Post-Fight Show. Derrick lets you know he feels about his performance, who he wants fight next and how he plans on celebrating the win.

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155 Comments on "After Knocking Out Browne at UFC Halifax, Derrick Lewis Says He Wants Mark Hunt Next"

  1. Let him and Ngannou clean out the grandpas first before putting them against each other… Stipe already got JDS next, and Cain will likely get gifted the shot after, whether or not he makes the fight tho is another story… so let the Black Beast have Hunt and give Ngannou someone like Rothwell. Though all the top heavyweights have upcoming fights aside from Mr. Can't Make The Fight, Cain Velazquez.

  2. Derrick taking a page out of Charlie Zelenoffs book by carrying around a fake belt he didn't win hahaha. no respect black beast. you're still awesome. great performance. you and ngannou need to fight. two up and comers

  3. Crazy fight! Travis was fighting off heart at the end there, when he
    stumbled, he didn't actually get clipped he just loaded up on his punch
    when his legs weren't fully under him, missed, and slipped and Lewis
    jumped right on him.

    All respect to Lewis!

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