Filed under: Featured Videos , News , UFC , Videos LAS VEGAS – Derrick Lewis is on the cusp of his ninth UFC appearance since he joined the organization a mere 26 months ago. Even with the active schedule, he’s not necessarily happy with his placement in the heavyweight division. Lewis (15-4 MMA, 6-2 UFC), who fights Roy Nelson (21-12 MMA, 8-8 UFC) in the co-main event of Thursday’s UFC Fight Pass-streamed UFC Fight Night 90 event at Las Vegas’ MGM Grand Garden Arena, admits he isn’t exactly thrilled with the push he has received from the UFC so far. Not only does “The Black Beast” ultimately want to be compensated with Conor McGregor-type money, but he also wouldn’t mind an individual Reebok sponsorship deal, as well as other perks received by the top talent in the company. That said, Lewis knows he can get there.

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Despite being UFC’s most active heavyweight, UFC Fight Night 90′s Derrick Lewis still hoping for more promotional push – MMA Junkie

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