UFC: Cormier to take time over retirement call

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Cormier beat him at UFC 226 in July 2018, knocking him out in the first round.

In the co-main event, Diaz showed no signs of rust despite a three-year layoff following his last bout against Conor McGregor, controlling the tempo against former lightweight champion Pettis. When Cormier was visibly weakened late in the round, Miocic managed to finish the fight with blows to the head.

But the UFC star couldn't stop Miocic from producing a sensational comeback after he turned up the pressure and secured a fourth-round stoppage to claim the heavyweight title.

"You don't make decisions based on emotions". I knew I was hurting him. "His hands were dropping, so I came over the top more".

Nunes, who only has one UFC loss to recently released Cat Zingano, will attempt to continue to build upon her resume as the greatest female fighter in UFC history.

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Tottenham created two chances and nothing else but unfortunately for us they scored them both. The VAR people must have been having a cup of coffee at that moment".

"I felt like that hook to the body was hurting him", Miocic said after the fight.

You can have a look at the guaranteed payouts for three of the five main card fights that took place on Saturday night below.

"'Just relax. Go home and spend some time with your family and we'll talk about all that s**t later'". "He's a fantastic champion and congratulations to Stipe and his team". Nate Diaz makes his return against the tough Anthony Pettis.

"The reason I was off is because everybody sucks", Diaz said in the octagon before calling for a bout against welterweight challenger Jorge Masvidal, rather than a lucrative trilogy fight with McGregor. "If it's up to everyone who is involved, if they want it, they're going to call me".