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Daniel Cormier is quickly evolving into one of the most dangerous fighters in the sport.
He's young enough, humble enough and smart enough to take ungodly athleticism and transform it into a complete mixed martial arts wrecking ball.
Currently regarded as one of the best wrestlers in the game, "DC" has already beaten some of the biggest heavyweights around through just 13 career bouts.
He's done it by implementing crushing takedowns, constant pressure and smoldering strength. But in a promotion that employs the best of the best in the world, when does that success run thin?
For Cormier to advance up the UFC ranks and eventually challenge Jon Jones for light heavyweight supremacy, he has to evolve as a striker.
We saw a lot of improvement from the former Strikeforce standout when he battered Roy Nelson on the feet for three straight rounds, but "Big Country" isn't as versatile as they come. He throws one punch and one punch only.
Despite elite wrestling that can be credited as the fuel behind Cain Velasquez's ferocious ground game, Cormier still has much to prove. If he can mix in some head kicks, in-clinch combos and useful faints, Jones might be in trouble.