Jon Jones leads Twitter reaction to Miocic's win over Cormier

UFC 241 Weigh In Results

MMA: Miocic reclaims heavyweight title with knockout win over Cormier

Daniel Cormier and Stipe Miocic faced off in the wildly anticipated main event of UFC 241 on Saturday.

Before losing to Cormier a year ago, Miocic, 35, was the first UFC heavyweight champion to defend the title three times.

Miocic (19-3) was fighting for the first time since losing his title to Cormier (22-2) at UFC 226 in July 2018. The perceived notion still held up even when Cormier vacated the light heavyweight title and Jones captured the belt once again at UFC 232 vs. Alexander Gustafsson.

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"You don't make decisions based on emotions. I saw him slowing down and I thought, 'Okay, this is where I take it now'".

"I told him, 'Don't think about whether you want to fight again, you don't want to fight again and any of that stuff".

"He's an wonderful fighter", Miocic said of his opponent at a post-fight news conference. "Just relax. Go home and spend some time with your family and we'll talk about all that s*** later". But fortunes flip on a dime in the fight game, and one championship adjustment was all it took for Stipe Miocic to retake his heavyweight throne.

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"He landed a great one (right hand) and then did a great job of following up". Nate Diaz makes his return against the tough Anthony Pettis.

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