Till Jokes About Cormier’s Commentary Bias, DC Unamused

It seems that Daniel Cormier is getting tired of people questioning his ability to commentate for his own teammates, especially if that person is Darren Till. In recent times the hot thing to do in MMA communities appears to be complaining about the UF…

It seems that Daniel Cormier is getting tired of people questioning his ability to commentate for his own teammates, especially if that person is Darren Till. In recent times the hot thing to do in MMA communities appears to be complaining about the UFC’s commentary, particularly between Daniel Cormier and Joe Rogan. All it takes…

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Cormier Blasts MMA Media For Handling Of Cruz’s Comments

Daniel Cormier is once again taking issue with the MMA media for its handling of Dominick Cruz’s remarks about DC’s commentary. In the leadup to the UFC 269 Fight of the Night last year between Dominick Cruz and Pedro Munhoz, comments from …

Daniel Cormier is once again taking issue with the MMA media for its handling of Dominick Cruz’s remarks about DC’s commentary. In the leadup to the UFC 269 Fight of the Night last year between Dominick Cruz and Pedro Munhoz, comments from the former UFC bantamweight king regarding Cormier’s commentary went viral. Cruz outed Cormier…

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Cormier Dismisses Impact Of Ferguson’s Move To Jackson-Wink

Daniel Cormier doesn’t think that former UFC interim lightweight champion Tony Ferguson’s move to Jackson-Wink will be enough to get him back on track. Ferguson has lost four in a row in the UFC Octagon, including most recently in a brutal …

Daniel Cormier doesn’t think that former UFC interim lightweight champion Tony Ferguson’s move to Jackson-Wink will be enough to get him back on track. Ferguson has lost four in a row in the UFC Octagon, including most recently in a brutal knockout defeat to Michael Chandler at UFC 274. His last win came against Donald…

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Daniel Cormier Doesn’t Believe Tony Ferguson’s Move To Jackson Wink MMA Will Change His Trajectory

Daniel CormierDaniel Cormier believes that Tony Ferguson’s time as a title contender has passed, and a move to Jackson Wink MMA is just prolonging the inventible. Ferguson has been going through a tough run, where he has not won a fight since 2019. Ferguson has lost four fights in a row to Justin Gaethje, Beneil Dariush, […]

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Daniel Cormier believes that Tony Ferguson’s time as a title contender has passed, and a move to Jackson Wink MMA is just prolonging the inventible.

Ferguson has been going through a tough run, where he has not won a fight since 2019. Ferguson has lost four fights in a row to Justin Gaethje, Beneil Dariush, Charles Oliveira, and Michael Chandler. In his last fight, he looked exceptional and his stand up was on point, for a round. Then as quickly as the second round started, the fight ended. Chandler front kicked Ferguson and turned him into a meme.

Ferguson is 38 years old, at the tail end of his career, ding anything to keep himself relevant in the division. ‘El Cucuy‘ famously went on a 12 fight win streak, then landed the interim lightweight title over Kevin Lee. He unfortunately never even had a chance to unify the title, as he had to pull out of the fight against Khabib Nurmagomedov due to a leg injury. The fight between those two was cancelled four separate times.

Daniel Cormier spoke about Ferguson on his show “DC & RC”

“Man, this is a bit of a tough one, right? Because I tap in on him chasing down that past greatness, I just don’t know if there’s any more of that. I just believe that we all have a time. We all have a time, and I believe that time’s gone. I don’t believe that much is going to change for Tony Ferguson with the camp change. I just believe that his time has passed, and no camp change is going to change that.” Cormier Said on the show (Transcribed by MMAJunkie)

Ferguson was one of the most gifted strikers the organization has ever seen. Anyone that stood toe to toe with him in his prime, walked away with battle scars and a story to tell. It is unfortunate that Ferguson had a serious injury that derailed his run, because out definitely set him back, as he wasn’t the same fighter he was before it.

Dominick Cruz Once Again Throws Shade At Daniel Cormier: ‘I Call Him The Golden Fluffer’

Dominick CruzDominick Cruz took aim at fellow analyst and commentator Daniel Cormier for a second time now. Cruz has an upcoming match this weekend against Marlon Vera, in the headlining bout at Fight Night: San Diego. Cruz is looking to make another run for the bantamweight title, but the road goes through one of the most […]

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Dominick Cruz took aim at fellow analyst and commentator Daniel Cormier for a second time now.

Cruz has an upcoming match this weekend against Marlon Vera, in the headlining bout at Fight Night: San Diego. Cruz is looking to make another run for the bantamweight title, but the road goes through one of the most dangerous strikers in the division, Marlon Vera.

‘Chito’ is coming off three very impressive wins in a row. He has beaten Frankie Edgar, Davey Grant, and Rob Font on his way to securing a top five position in the division. Cruz is coming into the fight with an undefeated record in non title fights. Although Cruz has been in the UFC since 2011, Vera still has 10 more fights in the UFC, since joining in 2014. Mostly being because of Cruz’s issues with injuries since he has been in the UFC. Cruz has had multiple ACL tears, to go along with a long list of nagging injuries.

Dominick Cruz sounded off on ‘DC’ in a pre-fight interview

Cruz had originally thrown shade at the former two division champion back in December, before he fought Pedro Munhoz at UFC 269. He had claimed then that he didn’t believe Cormier watched any tape before the fights. This led to Cormier and Cruz both sitting down and talking out their differences in a YouTube video.

This time around, Cruz was asked if he believes that ‘DC’ watches more film now.

“Doubt it. Doubtful, but again, learned to let go of control. ‘DC’ is ‘gonna do ‘DC’. He’s good, I call him the “Golden Fluffer”. Whatever you want to hear, he will say it and he will make you love him. That’s hit gift, gift of gab.”

Do you think Cruz beats Vera this weekend? Does he have a chance to be the bantamweight champion once again?

UFC 277 judge hits back at Joe Rogan & Daniel Cormier for criticizing scorecard

Joe Rogan, Daniel CormierSeth Fuller has hit back at Joe Rogan for criticizing his scoring at UFC 277. MMA judge Fuller faced heat from Rogan, who was on commentary duties alongside former UFC two-division champion Daniel Cormier, for his work at the promotion’s latest pay-per-view event. Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation, the state athletic commission that he […]

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Seth Fuller has hit back at Joe Rogan for criticizing his scoring at UFC 277.

MMA judge Fuller faced heat from Rogan, who was on commentary duties alongside former UFC two-division champion Daniel Cormier, for his work at the promotion’s latest pay-per-view event. Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation, the state athletic commission that he works for, forbids officials from speaking about their scoring publicly.

Although Fuller acknowledges that he’s prohibited from discussing the matter, he defended his scorecard amidst criticism from the community.

Joe Rogan & Daniel Cormier criticized Seth Fuller’s scoring at UFC 277

During the heavyweight prelim contest between Hamdy Abdelwahab and Don’Tale Mayes, Fuller was bashed for scoring the fight 29-28 for Mayes, whereas judges Kent Basinger and Dan Mathisen scored the bout 29-28 for Abdelwahab, who came out on top by split decision.

Fuller did not realize the controversy until after the show was over and he received a text message from an unknown number.

“Are you even watching the fights f*cktard?” the message read (ht MMA Junkie). “No one in the world had Mayes except you. Sad when even the commentators are clowning your terrible ability to do your job.”

As for the commentary team, Rogan and Cormier had some harsh words for Fuller upon hearing the decision.

“I mean, come on,” Cormier said on the broadcast. “… Somebody gave Don’Tale the third round, Joe.”

Rogan responded, “That guy needs a talking to. We need to check and see what he bet on.”

Fuller hits back at Rogan

In the response video, Fuller defended his actions and hit back at Rogan.

“I figure I’ve judged about 80 cards and several hundred fights themselves,” Fuller said. “I’ve judged and reffed, because I do both. Now again, is that experience enough? I don’t know in what profession 10 years of doing something is not considered seasoned. … This ‘regional’ judge Steve Armstrong, here he is at UFC 5 cornering Guy Mezger – UFC 5.

“He’d been doing it since before this. How much more seasoned do you need to be? The other judges, Ken Basinger, Dan Mathison, Aaron Menard have also been doing it over a decade. These are seasoned judges. For them to talk about it again, every time a judge makes a score they don’t like, they have to insult them.”

He stated that he holds no ill will toward Rogan, but felt the need to vindicate himself from the public.

“The commission (might go), ‘Hey, this is why we shouldn’t have put this guy on the main UFC. This is why we shouldn’t have put Steve Armstrong in the main UFC. This is why we shouldn’t have put these local judges on the main UFC card.’ To me, that’s a bunch of BS,” Fuller said. “To me, if I’m doing it wrong, then cite me for doing it wrong.

“But if you’re pretending that I’m not experienced, or I was careless, or I didn’t think or concentrate or didn’t do my absolute best and that I don’t care about these fighters and don’t care if the result is the correct result, according to the rules that they agreed to, then you are crazy. You’re just plain wrong. It’s not OK.