After knocking out Ronda Rousey’s boyfriend Travis Browne in the second round of UFC Fight Night 105, Lewis made some head-turning comments in his post-fight interview that eclipsed his performance.
It seems like as of late, anyone affiliated with Ronda Rousey just can’t catch a break. The latest display of this was Derrick Lewis knocking her boyfriend Travis Browne out cold to the point the referee had to stop Derrick from pounding his face:
Safe to say he’s not a guy you want mad at you – he’s a beast who definitely deserves a spot on the list of scariest fighters ever:
Uzi: AD Carry to Mid
The prospect of facing Uzi struck fear into the hearts of even the most seasoned AD Carries. Yet after his dominance of Season 3, Uzi spent the next half of Season 4 as a below-average Mid laner. Thankfully the change was reverted, though his former glory was never quite reestablished.
CoreJJ: AD Carry to Support
One of the most surprising moves in recent off-seasons, CoreJJ announced that he would be leaving struggling
Team Dignitas to join Korean powerhouse Samsung Galaxy as the team's new Support.
Lustboy: Jungle to Support
Lustboy's career switch from Jungler to Support was an immediately popular decision. Following his move to NA to play with Team SoloMid, the Korean established a cult following on account of his fearless plays.
Locodoco: AD Carry to Support
Perhaps the worst role swap in history, after paving a career as a decent AD Carry in Korea, Locodoco chose to move to CLG to play alongside Doublelift as a Support. Building up an expansive champion pool of one (Nunu), Loco quickly realised his error and returned home to play as an ADC.
Hai: Jungle to Mid to Jungle to Support to Mid
The value of Hai's shot calling is so great, that team's will look to accommodate him into the roster wherever they can.
Xmithie: Jungle to AD Carry
After establishing himself as perhaps the best Jungler in NA during season 3, XDG opted to move the now CLG man to ADC. The swap had disastrous consequences with the team ending up relegated having previously reached the World Championship. Xmithie returned to the Jungle and never looked back.
WildTurtle: Top to AD Carry
A veteran of the scene, WildTurtle is renowned for his aggression as an ADC, though his career initially started as a Top laner the lesser known entity, Monomaniac Dominatus.
Xpeke: Top to Mid to AD Carry to Support
Over the course of his seasoned career, Xpeke has covered every blade of grass on the rift. Beloved for his Fnatic career as a Top and Mid laner, with Origen spiralling the drain Xpeke has since tried his hand at ADC and Support roles... displaying amateur proficiency on both occasions.
Impact: Support to Top
It goes without saying that if you role swap and become a World Champion as a result, then the swap was undoubtedly a success. Impact was considered to be a mid-tier Support in Korea, but after switching to the top lane, he established legendary status as SKT marched to their first World Championship.
Saintvicious: Jungle to Support
Known as a competent Jungler, after switching from CLG to Curse, Saint decided to step away from the Jungling role. After initially adopting a coaching role, Saint took over as Support as the team slumped to 6th place in an eight team league.
Kiwikid: Top to Support
With the iconic Dignitas roster lacking a Support for Imaqtpie, Kiwikid was quick to offer his services in the position. Both Kiwi and QT were quick to admit that the former Top laner was far from a natural in the role, but their friendship allowed for the Dignitas roster to persevere.
Piglet: AD Carry to Mid
How will Piglet compare to other memorable role swaps? Whilst his mechanics are certainly up to LCS standards, does Piglet possess the necessary knowledge of the position to lead Team Liquid to victory?
Doublelift: Support to AD Carry
Another veteran AD Carry who started his career elsewhere on the rift. Playing under the banner of the kings of role swaps, Counter Logic Gaming, Doublelift was moulded into the ADC star the world knows today.
HotshotGG: Top to Jungle
Now owner of Counter Logic Gaming, HotshotGG established his reputation as a feared Nidalee player in the top lane. His move to the Jungle after internal disputes signalled the downwards curve of his playing career.
Alex Ich: Jungle to Support
An icon of his era, few remember Alex Ich initially started his professional career as a Jungler. Alex Ich only became the fabled Mid laner for Moscow 5 on account of an internal dispute.
Lewis’ comments address Browne’s alleged abuse of his ex-wife, Jenna Web back in 2015. Jenna took to Instagram to show several bruises on her body that she said came from Travis. Browne has denied the accusations and criminal charges were never filed.
However, Derrick isn’t letting him off that easy. In another post fight interview with several different reporters, Derrick doubles down on his thoughts about Travis’ alleged abuse around the 5 minute mark. Even going as far as thanking the referee for allowing him to get a few more hits in on Travis right before he called the fight: