Derrick Lewis' KO Victory at UFC St. Louis Overshadowed By Unforgettable Celebration

Photo: Instagram/Derrick Lewis

Derrick Lewis, renowned for his knockout power, clinched another victory at UFC St. Louis on Saturday night, flooring Rodrigo Nascimento in a thrilling third-round finish. 

However, it wasn't just his fighting skills that stole the show. Lewis, in his signature style, stripped off his shorts and briefly exposed himself to the crowd at the Enterprise Center, adding a comedic twist to his celebratory antics. 

He even threw his cup into the audience, jokingly offering it as a souvenir. "I appreciate St. Louis for letting me show my naked ass tonight," Lewis humorously remarked after the match. 

Photo: Instagram/Derrick Lewis

Despite some hesitation, his cup was caught by an attendee who later got it autographed by Lewis and Dana White

The fight itself showcased Lewis's dominance, delivering a crushing right-handed blow to Nascimento early in the third round, ultimately securing his 15th knockout victory in UFC history. 

For Nascimento, it marked his first loss since 2020, ending his three-fight winning streak. With this win, Lewis now boasts a record of 28-12, solidifying his status as one of the most formidable fighters in the UFC.

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Source: Yahoo Sports 


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