UFC 230 outcomes, features: Daniel Cormier submits Derrick Lewis to hold heavyweight title

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UFC 230 outcomes, features: Daniel Cormier submits Derrick Lewis to hold heavyweight title

UFC 230 outcomes, features: Daniel Cormier submits Derrick Lewis to hold heavyweight title

UFC 230 outcomes, features: Daniel Cormier submits Derrick Lewis to hold heavyweight title :

NEW YORK - For the majority of the dread encompassing Derrick Lewis' enormous right hand, UFC two-division champion Daniel Cormier made a point not to allow him to utilize it. 

In a clinical execution which severely uncovered the hole in class and specialized capacity between the two contenders, Cormier made the primary resistance of his heavyweight title on Saturday by means of second-round accommodation in the headliner of UFC 230. 

Regardless of getting booed each by the Madison Square Garden reliable each time he brought the fan-most loved Lewis down, Cormier kept on destroying and pound until "The Black Beast" at long last uncovered his back and in a split second tapped out by means of back bare stifle at 2:14 of Round 2. 

Cormier (22-1, 1 NC), who joined Conor McGregor in July by winding up only the second contender in UFC history to hold two world titles at the same time, turned into the principal warrior to safeguard both. 

"Two belts, one on each shoulder child!" Cormier said. "Much obliged to you for gift me Dana White, I thought I was simply getting one. Oh joy, take a gander at that! 

"It's history infant! Like my man Jon Anik stated, history really taking shape, Daniel Cormier, one of the best ever." 

The battle was never in uncertainty as Lewis (21-6, 1 NC), who entered the Octagon only 28 days after his rebound knockout of Alexander Volkov, demonstrated healing in his takedown resistance and ground amusement against the previous Olympian in Cormier. That much wasn't an astonishment, obviously, as the 33-year-old Lewis invested weeks filling correspondent's journals about how he sees himself as just a brawler and not a blended military craftsman. 

Outside of a solitary right hand Lewis arrived in Round 2 as Cormier endeavored to anchor a solitary leg takedown, Lewis spent the whole battle on his back, eating short lower arms and punches. 

"Do you know what shocked me? When I took that last shot, he punched me in the eye in transit in and I was squinting for 30 seconds considering, 'What the hell was that?'" Cormier said. "All that he did was ground-breaking. I cherish Derrick Lewis, I adore his Instagram and was glad to impart the Octagon to him." 

Cormier, 39, who keeps on pulling nearer in the discussion of G.O.A.T. in MMA history, discussed the distinction in levels with regards to confronting him. 

"I think many individuals need to comprehend that I have been doing this for a long time and I battled at a title level for eight of them so there are no curve balls to me," Cormier said. "I come here to do my thing. You must be outstanding amongst other warriors on the planet to contend and Derrick simply wasn't up to that test." 

The simple triumph kept alive the probability that Cormier's next battle accompanies a vocation high payday in a compensation for every view session against previous victor Brock Lesnar in mid 2019. Lesnar, 41, will be qualified to return in January upon the fruition of his USADA suspension that goes back to a fizzled medication test at UFC 200 of every 2016. 

Lesnar, who is at present under contract as low maintenance entertainer with WWE, recaptured the wrestling advancement's general title on Friday amid an occasion in Saudi Arabia. 

"Brock Lesnar, when you come, bring that fresh out of the plastic new WWE title since I crave being a WWE champion as well," Cormier said. "Carry that belt with you in the event that you go to my home." 

CBS Sports was with you for each punch, kick and accommodation endeavor from Madison Square Garden with our live blog underneath. 

UFC 230 card/results 

Daniel Cormier (c) def. Derrick Lewis by means of second-round accommodation (raise bare stifle) 

Jacare Souza def. Chris Weidman by means of third-round TKO (strikes) 

Jared Cannonier def. David Branch by means of second-round TKO (stoppage) 

Karl Roberson def. Jack Marshman by means of consistent choice (30-26, 30-26, 30-27) 

Israel Adesanya def. Derek Brunson by means of first-round TKO (stoppage) 

Jordan Rinaldi def. Jason Knight by means of consistent choice (30-27, 30-25, 30-26) 

Sijara Eubanks def. Roxanne Modafferi by means of consistent choice (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) 

Sheymon Moraes def. Julio Arce by means of split choice (29-28, 28-29, 30-26) 

Lyman Good def. Ben Saunders by means of first-round TKO (strikes)

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