UFC coloration commentator, Daniel Cormier attended final evening’s Houston Rockets – Toronto Raptors NBA sport final evening forward of his return to the commentary sales space for UFC 271 – physique slamming mascot, Clutch the Bear.
Cormier, a former two-weight undisputed UFC heavyweight and lightweight heavyweight champion, attended Rockets – Raptors alongside UFC welterweight contender and analyst, Michael Chiesa, pictured sitting courtside with the Washington native.
Set to return to the sales space on the Toyota Heart in Houston, Texas tonight for UFC 271, Cormier is joined by lead play-by-play commentator, Jon Anik, in addition to Michael Bisping within the coloration commentary position, with the latter changing Joe Rogan who was removed from initial broadcast duties last night due to a scheduling conflict, based on the group.
Daniel Cormier known as time on his profession after establishing a 22-3(1) skilled file
Taunted by Clutch the Bear at courtside, Daniel Cormier shot a takedown on the mascot, slamming him to the floor, before holding up a ‘make noise’ banner for the house viewers who supplied him an enormous reception consequently – regardless of the Rockets’ defeat to the Toronto Raptors, who’ve now managed to emerge victorious in every of their final eight.
Ending his skilled profession again in August 2020, Daniel Cormier, a staple of American Kickboxing Academy in San Jose, California – suffered a unanimous resolution loss in opposition to three-time foe and former two-time heavyweight champion, Stipe Miocic within the pair’s trilogy rubber match.
Set to return to the commentary sales space tonight, Cormier – together with Anik and Bisping will oversee a 14 struggle card for UFC 271, rounded out by a middleweight championship rematch between present division chief, Israel Adesanya and former titleholder, Robert Whittaker.
Within the evening’s co-headliner, Derrick Lewis will look to impress hometown followers following final evening’s defeat for the Rockets, as he matches with Syndey favourite, Tai Tuivasa in a heavyweight pairing which nearly ensures fireworks from either side.