Towards the UFC Vegas 45, Derrick Lewis had one major goal. Indeed, in general, getting dub is always essential. Break the UFC Knockout Record? Oh dear. Lewis’s real main purpose last weekend was, in his own words, Was to avoid Rodney King On national television by former police officer Chris Daukaus.
“He’s a police officer, so I have to be a good person. I support police stations around the world, especially in Houston,” Lewis said. “Thanks to most of you for sliding here with your speeding ticket. That’s why I’m grateful to you all day back in blue. Whenever you fight a police officer, you’re ESPN. You don’t want to get Rodney King in, so you have to get out there and fight fiercely, guy. Do it for the people. “
After Lewis Was pleased to legally attack a former police officer in a brutal way In honor of King, the victim of police atrocities in the 90’s, he soon came into contact with the blue boys again.
Derrick Lewis is pulled and puts another dubb in the rack
As Lewis hinted before the battle, Houston police officers treat the “black beast” as a local hero and are often tolerant of traffic violations he may have committed.
Such an incident was captured on Wednesday in a video of Lewis’ Instagram story. When the traffic stop was over, Lewis wanted Dorcus to know that he had just drawn another victory after hinting that the former policeman Dorcus was dirty. Please take a peek from below.
In the video, Lewis is warned by an officer that he has lost his front license plate. Lewis was bragging about this resolution in his customary deadpan tone while talking to Dorcus.
“OK, Chris Daukaus. I’m still 2-0. He just gave me a warning. You tried it.”
If Lewis’s suspicions are correct, he may want to quit while progressing 2-0 instead of poking a bear. Regardless of winning streak If you keep clashing with the law, The law always wins.
What do you think of Derrick Lewis’s second “victory”?
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Lewis sends a message to former police officer Dorcus after traffic stops
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