Following UFC Fight Night 110 on Saturday, both Francis Ngannou and Travis Browne took the opportunity to send Derrick Lewis shots his way, and now the powerful heavyweight has returned fire.
Lewis was stopped by Mark Hunt in the fourth round of the card’s headliner, and afterwards, the fighter reported he’s likely done fighting. Although Lewis is only 32 year’s old, he reported he doesn’t want to put his family through the stress of him competing any longer.
Well, Browne proceeded to say Lewis should retire, and criticized the latter for comments he made about allegations of domestic abuse that were brought against “Hapa” (the investigation into the allegations did not find any conclusive evidence) Ngannou, meanwhile, took a jab at Lewis over the defeat, and the fact he lost to the 43 year-old Hunt.
Since then, Lewis posted the following tweet in response to both Browne and Ngannou:
Travis Browne waking up from the dead saying he wants a rematch and Francis learning how to use google translator talking shit ♂️♂️
— Derrick Lewis (@Thebeast_ufc) June 12, 2017