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Volkan Oezdemir predicts KO inside two minutes against Daniel Cormier



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Volkan Oezdemir predicts KO inside two minutes against Daniel Cormier


Volkan Oezdemir has had a surging start to his UFC tenure, taking three wins in as many outings inside his first eight months with the promotion.
He snapped Misha Cirkunov’s eight-fight win streak with a first round knockout back in May before top ranked contender Jimi Manuwa was subjected to the same treatment at UFC 214.
If that wasn’t enough to solidify him as the number one contender at light heavyweight, champion Daniel Cormier recently ran a poll on who he should fight next. When Oezdemir was the name most fans went for, Cormier confirmed that the towering Swiss knockout artist was next on his list.
Oezdemir was delighted to see that the fans choose him as Cormier’s next opponent.
“Of course I was looking at it really closely,” Oezdemir told Ariel Helwani on the latest episode of The MMA Hour.
“That was something huge. I’m really humbled. Cormier is somebody I respect a lot. The fact that he called me out, made a poll and his fans wanted me – that’s something that mans even more to me.
“If the fans choose me, it means a lot to me. I’m really happy with everything that’s happening right now. The year 2017 is a great year for me and 2018 is going to be even better for sure.”
Who do you think will win this fight Daniel Cormier or Oezdimir?  Please vote below, thank you.





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