‘I’m going to crush your brother in wrestling’ – Khamzat Chimaev claims he would top Daniel Cormier 10-0 in wrestling
Khamzat Chimaev claims he can outplay former UFC Light Heavyweight and Heavyweight Champion Daniel Cormier 10-0 in wrestling.
Khamzat Chimaev’s confidence in his fighting abilities is contagious. Several fighters claim to be the best in the world in their respective sports, but it only takes one look at Chimaev to know that he sincerely believes in it.
During a recent meeting with former two-division UFC champion Daniel Cormier, “Borz” said if they struggled, he would crush “DC” 10-0. The Russian-born Swedish fighter said there isn’t a lot of technique in American wrestling and it’s all about one-legged takedowns.
Chimaev remarked in a recent video on Cormier’s YouTube channel:
“Brother, I will break you, brother. I’m going to wrestle your brother down. 10-0 brother. You know, American wrestling is not a technical brother, only a leg. You guys are one-legged…”
At UFC 273, Khamzat Chimaev wants Kamaru Usman to face Gilbert Burns
Khamzat Chimaev, who is confident in his ability to defeat Gilbert Burns at UFC 273 this weekend, said he wants to fight Kamaru Usman for the title next. ‘Borz’ said he could face Burns and Usman on the same night.
— djamel krouve (@DKrouve) April 2, 2022
Chimaev also indicated that he wants Usman to see him beat his former teammate on April 9 at VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville, Florida. Burns helped prepare for the upcoming fight with Chimaev through “The Nigerian Nightmare,” and “Borz” wants him in his corner during the battle.
– Talkin’ MMA (@Talkin_MMA) April 1, 2022
After dismissing ‘Durinho’, Chimaev said he would like to call the defending champion personally. He stated:
“I hope Kamaru will be there in his corner. He helped him for training camp so hopefully he’ll be there. When I knock Gilbert out, I’ll go up to him and say, ‘You’re next,’ you know. I can beat them both on the same night.
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