Derrick Lewis rips Travis Browne after UFC 213 loss
UFC heavyweight Travis Browne (18-7-1 MMA) suffered his fourth straight loss at last night’s UFC 213 pay-per-view event in Las Vegas.
After a successful first-round, “Hapa” was eventually submitted by his opponent Oleksiy Oliynyk via rear-naked choke late in round two.
One day after suffering his setback to Oliynyk, Browne was targeted by former opponent and bitter rival Derrick Lewis.
Here is the advice “The Black Beast” shared with “Hapa” earlier today.
— Derrick Lewis (@Thebeast_ufc) July 9, 2017
“Go have Ronda babies before someone else does 🌚and keep my name out your mouth.”
Derrick Lewis (18-5 MMA, 1 no-contest) and Travis Browne met earlier this year in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, with “The Black Beast” emerging victorious by way of second-round knockout.
Since that time the pair have engaged in some heated social media exchanges that have included Browne’s fiancé, former women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey.
Derrick Lewis was most recently seen in action last month at UFC Fight Night 110 in Auckland, New Zealand, where he suffered a TKO loss to former title challenger Mark Hunt.
Prior to the setback, Lewis had strung together six straight wins, five of which came by way of knockout.
As of this time, Travis Browne has yet to respond to Lewis’ most recent tweet.
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