Derrick Lewis was responsible for another memorable post-fight interview after making heavyweight history inside the Octagon last night.
'The Black Beast' broke the record for the most knockouts from a heavyweight in UFC, usurping both Junior Dos Santos and Cain Velasquez when he put Aleksei Oleinik away in the second round of their main event in Las Vegas.
It was a flying knee and punch combination that did the job for Lewis and the entertaining 35-year old had viewers in stitches after the bout when he was heard telling his coach he needed to "take a s**t".
What an incredible way to start off an interview after such an impressive win. Lewis also stated he wants to get down "15, 20lbs" before he takes any more fights.
"It feels good (to make history), especially knowing I'm not where I'm supposed to be at," Lewis said.
"I'm not going to take any more fights until I walk around at 250, 245 range. I've got to get down at least 15, 20 lbs."
One of the brilliant characters of the sport, Lewis follows up devastating knockouts with absolute TV gold.
In previous post-fight chats he's said "my balls were hot" when asked why he took his pants off by Joe Rogan, as well as inviting the whole crowd to his after party as long as they buy him shots.
The gift that keeps on giving...
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