It looks like ONE Heavyweight World Champion Arjan Bhullar wants a piece of UFC’s Stipe Miocic

Stipe Miocic suffered a devastating KO loss against Francis Ngannou at UFC 260 in March, earlier this year.

He also lost his heavyweight belt that same night. Although Miocic is still ranked number one in the heavyweight division it looks like the UFC might have forgotten him (at least momentarily).

In a recent post from ONE Championship on Instagram wherein they asked whom they should be singing next, Miocic dropped several pondering emojis as a reply to their post.

Arjan Singh Bhullar wants to come to WWE.
Arjan Singh Bhullar wants to come to WWE. (Image Credits: @therealasb on Twitter)

On seeing this, ONE Heavyweight World Champion Arjan Bhullar replied to Miocic saying that he would finish him and exact revenge on behalf of Daniel Cormier (training partner).

Bhullar’s reply read:

Stipe Miocic I see you. Nothing to think about get ur a** out here. I bust you up everywhere and finish the job for my big brother DC. #WeAreAKA. Bossman @yodchatri let’s do a trade.”

Bhullar then posted the screenshot of the exchange on his Instagram captioning it:

“Another UFC fighter who’s not happy with the way he’s treated. I’d love to get my hands on you @stipemiocic I went through 3 training camps for you already and know exactly how I’d bust you up.”

Arjan Singh Stipe Miocic
Arjan Singh Bhullar’s Instagram post calling out Stipe Miocic

Those are some outrageous claims from Bhullar given Miocic’s incredible credentials. There is a reason why the Cleveland native is called the ‘Heavyweight GOAT’.

Stipe Miocic is clearly frustrated with the UFC

Following his loss to Francis Ngannou at UFC 260, Stipe Miocic was not given a trilogy fight. The scoreline in their rivalry reads 1-1.

Replying to a fan on Instagram, Miocic hit out (at the UFC) for not setting up an immediate rematch, but did the same when Cormier wanted a rematch against him (Miocic).

Miocic’s reply read:

“I shouldn’t have to wait for the winner. I have the most heavyweight title defenses of all time … we’re 1:1 but DC got instant rematches and trilogies against me?”

Daniel Cormier retired from MMA after his loss to Stipe Miocic
Stipe Miocic (R) punches Daniel Cormier in their UFC heavyweight championship bout during the UFC 252 event at UFC APEX on August 15, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images)

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