Derrick Lewis was at his best after defeating Aleksei Oleinik
UFC Heavyweight star Derrick Lewis created history and provided a lot of entertainment after defeating Aleksei Oleinik on the latest Fight Night event.
Lewis lost the first round as Oleinik tried to submit the bigger star. However, Lewis came out firing on all cylinders in the second round.
He started off with a running knee and caught his rival with a flurry of punches. Herb Dean moved to end the fight and Lewis had his unique celebrate to show off.
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However, Lewis wasn’t just done there. The Black Beast was speaking with Paul Felder at the end of his match as part of the post-fight interview.
Lewis probably didn’t know that the microphone was on as Felder asked him about the fight. The Black Beast was speaking to a coach and wanted to take a dump. Felder ended up laughing at the comment and Lewis was quick to change the subject.
Lewis is known for such comments from the past, and this is another one that many would have enjoyed.
While Lewis got some fun responses thanks to his “bathroom” comment, the Black Beast also created history after his knockout win.
The 35-year-old set the record for most knockouts in UFC Heavyweight history and now has 11 to his name.
Lewis usurped legendary figures such as Junior Dos Santos and Cain Velasquez to reach this feat, and it will be interesting to see what is next for him.
The Black Beast commented that he would return once he cut some weight, and he is now on a three-fight win streak.
Lewis has an MMA record of 24 wins, seven losses and one defeat so far. He has fought for the Heavyweight title in the past but lost his chance to win gold after Daniel Cormier beat him at UFC 230.
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