Chris Daukaus’ weight loss, diet plan, and fitness routine is the topic of curiosity amongst UFC fans. Did he get slimmer? Check out his before and after transformation.
Chris Daukaus, born on 25th September 1989, is an American MMA fighter and former cop who fights in the UFC’s Heavyweight bracket. Kyle Daukaus, a notable UFC fighter, is his older sibling. He is currently ranked #7 in the UFC heavyweight standings.
Recently, Chris Daukaus is making rounds over his highly speculated weight loss transformation on the internet. Did he slim down? Let’s find out.
Chris Daukaus’ Weight Loss: How Many Pounds Did He Lose?
Chris Daukaus before and after speculated weight loss.
Image Source: Reddit
Chris Daukaus has reportedly undergone noticeable weight loss recently. This has naturally brought curiosities surrounding his diet plan and fitness routine.
One Reddit post suggested the UFC fighter had undergone an intense six weeks Weight Watchers regiment. However, Redditors in the comments section were quick to point out how he had a different tattoo and looked taller in the “after” picture.
One user said,
His tattoos look so much better after Weight Watchers 😀
The second said,
you got me, literally thought that was him. but also was like “gat dayum. weightwatchers makes you taller, i need to try this s&&t”
Another user, however, seemingly bought the troll.
I’m pretty impressed with his weight management. Dude used to be a fat&&&, then he lost a drastic amount of weight and his skin started flapping around with every breath. Now he seems to have tightened up even further.
In addition, there was also a tweet from MMA Hype Watch making a similar claim.
So, has Chris Daukaus actually lost weight? While he does look a bit slimmer lately, it doesn’t seem too significant. Therefore, there’s not much to his weight loss story at all.
Chris Daukaus Got Knocked Out By Derrick Lewis on UFC Fight Night 199
In the grand finale of UFC Fight Night 199, Derrick Lewis knocked out Chris Daukaus in the opening round at the Apex venue in Las Vegas last weekend. Lewis now holds the record for most KO triumphs in UFC history.
Daukaus was fairly conservative at first, feinting frequently on the outside and landing a few leg kicks. Lewis, on the other hand, increased the tempo and struck Daukaus clean.
Daukaus did everything in his power to ride out the storm, but Lewis launched a barrage of punches at him, knocking him down to the ground.
Lewis has 17 victories in the UFC heavyweight division, second only to Andrei Arlovski‘s 21. During his celebration, Lewis tossed his protective cup into the audience, as is his customary routine.
After the battle, the charismatic heavyweight stated that he no longer wishes to participate in main events and only desires to be scheduled for three-round contests.
However, Lewis remarked that he will be focused on the forthcoming heavyweight championship match at UFC 270 between champion Francis Ngannou and interim titleholder Ciryl Gane.