Martial Arts – UFC: 5 Less Known Facts About Daniel Cormier

Daniel Cormier

Since moving to the UFC from StrikeForce in 2013, Daniel Cormier has turned out to be a standout amongst the best and well known contenders in the fighting game today.

Daniel Cormier has claimed the UFC Light-Heavyweight title on 2 events, and as of now holds the Heavyweight title as well, making him only the 2nd warrior to hold two UFC titles in various weight classes at once.

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Cormier is additionally a standout amongst the most conspicuous identities on the list as he routinely shows up on shows like UFC Tonight and regularly co-commentates on various fighting aspects.

However, regardless of being a standout amongst the most charming warriors out there, there are still a lot of captivating facts that numerous fans probably would not know about him.

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In this article Allsportspk presents the top 5 less known facts about Daniel Cormier.

#5 A Unique Pro-Wrestler

Daniel Cormier

Everybody knows Cormier is a huge fanatic of pro wrestling and his mic work – the two his post-battle promotions and his commentating – are vigorously affected by the wild shenanigans of WWE. In any case, most fans may not really understand that he once worked two jobs as a professional wrestler – yet not in the WWE-ish way that would have seen him contend in label groups or hit a rival with a steel seat.

Rather, Cormier contended in the competition known as Real Pro Wrestling – a class setup together in 2002, basically to give beginner wrestlers from the Olympic or Collegiate level with an alternative to really be paid to wrestle – henceforth the term ‘pro wrestling’ however without the association with the scripted form of that game.

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RPW utilized a cross breed of standards consolidating free-form, folkstyle, Greco-Roman and even sumo wrestling, and wrestlers participating to one of 8 groups with fantasy names  – groups included Minnesota Freeze and New York Outrage.

Tragically, RPW just kept going two seasons – 2004 and 2007 – before collapsing, however a bunch of striking names from the universe of MMA contended in the competition while it was dynamic. One of those names? Daniel Cormier, obviously. He won the 96kg weight division in the debut 2004 season while representing Oklahoma Slam – with his future partner and MMA star Muhammed Lawal.

As Cormier, has since gone into MMA full time, his RPW stretch will presumably be the nearest that he will come to being engaged with genius wrestling – except if a WWE bargain is on the table after he resigns, obviously!

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