HomeFighter Talk Heavyweight Contender Daniel Cormier Talks About The Loss Of His Child Bruno January 8, 2013 Fighter Talk 18 Comments Heavyweight Contender Daniel Cormier Talks About The Loss Of His Child And What Gave Him The Extra Drive To Keep Fighting. Tweet Pin It Hector Lombard vs Yushin Okami Signed To UFC on FUEL TV 8 In Japan Card New Media Expo Complete Dana White Interview – Talks UFC Past, Present And Future 18 Comments Axe Murderer January 8, 2013 I have a 17 month old daughter myself and the thought of losing her alone destroys me. Log in to Reply Maximumpain January 8, 2013 i never knew that about cormier. that’s tough man. Log in to Reply xc January 8, 2013 nice guy, I’ll hate to see Cormier vs Cain but is going to happen down the road. Log in to Reply Insert cool nickname here January 8, 2013 After the way he beat silva I knew/ believe this guy will be unstoppable in the UFC, is like Velasquez but with more explosive power in his hands and a faster and better wrestler, cardio though I’m not sure. Log in to Reply Lazer212 January 8, 2013 Class act, good luck with whatever you choose to do in life DC. Log in to Reply Cletus January 8, 2013 Wow wonder if DC will leave AKA this year so he can fight Cain? Log in to Reply JigglyPuff January 8, 2013 I’ve gotta say… the loss of my infant daughter was the absolute biggest low in my life, that I could have not ever imagined possible. He has been through hell and back, and you can see it in the way he fights. Trust me, Daniel’s inhuman toughness has been involuntarily forged. Fortunately, most of you will never know that feeling. Log in to Reply grapplingj January 8, 2013 I agree with Axe Murderer. I have a four year old daughter and the thought of her one day growing up and leaving the house kills me, much less her passing away. Daniel is a great man and has my upmost respect. Log in to Reply Oswald Cobblepot January 8, 2013 I hope someday Cormier and his mate will bring another life into this world. He seems like he would be a good father. Log in to Reply shocktime January 8, 2013 Anyone who calls wrestlers boring can sucky sucky it. Log in to Reply Meat Drapes January 8, 2013 I hate to hear stories like this, can’t imagine. Hope to see him get the belt soon, he has all the tools and would make a great champ. Super cool down to earth guy. Log in to Reply Horus January 8, 2013 I have a 19 month old son and a daughter due in a few months… for those of you who don’t know… everything you think you think you know about love is immediately changed in one second… the second you lay eyes on that newborn. It’s definitely the biggest turning point of my life… even the thought of losing one of them hits a place I don’t even WANT to go… so anyone who gets through and stands up tall again after a tragedy like that I will fully respect… here’s to you Daniel and your daughter. Log in to Reply straightAhead January 9, 2013 I feel sorry for Dion Starring… poor guy Log in to Reply ruddo293 January 9, 2013 DC is the man, and he’s been through alot. I doubt him and Cain will fight each other, they train together at AKA… With that said, i know he will do well in MMA against whoever he faces; however, i see him fighting at 205 eventually. Log in to Reply mangjose January 9, 2013 A humble version of RASHAD EVANS Log in to Reply dankarelli January 9, 2013 My daughter is 3. I didnt even bother watching the video because Im at work and would probably start crying. JiggyPuff – man, Im so sorry. My heart breaks for you brother – I cant even imagine… can’t imagine. Horus is right, you think you know love until you look at your children – the definition of the word chages COMPLETELY. THAT is TRUE LOVE. My daughter is the air I breath. Like Horus said – I was at a wedding a few months back with my daughter and my mind began to wander and I started thinking about how it will be when she gets married and I got all emotional thinking about walking her down the isle. The loss of a child ….. man. There is no hell deeper, darker or more cruel. To those that have lost children – you’re in my thoughs. I dont think that’s a battle I could win. Cormier is a warrior not becasue he can fight, but because he endured a battle no one should ever have to. Hats off my brother. Hats off. Log in to Reply HangsDong January 11, 2013 What a horrible tragedy.Glad he has the will,strength and brains to go on and make the best out of life.To bad everyone doesn’t have this kind personal responsibility and work ethic …Class act all the way. Log in to Reply Trousersnake January 12, 2013 DC is the man. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.