• Usman’s opponent brought the title to Donald Trump at the White House
  • Georges St-Pierre’s rumors are spreading about his return to MMA
  • Conor McGregor will face Donald Cerrone next month

Following his victory against Colby Covington, newly-minted UFC Welterweight Champion Kamaru Usman is determined to visit President Donald Trump and present his UFC belt inside the White House.

On a tweet that he sent out after his victory, the 32-year old wrestler said that the victory he got was for the United States of America, emphasizing on the word “united” as statements of racism is being tied up with the fight.

In the aftermath of UFC 245, the Nigerian-born fighter pummeled Covington, whose jaw was broken as confirmed by MMA Fighting. An open Trump supporter, Covington sustained non-displaced midline mandible fracture as a result of the Usman hits.

In a report from TMZ Sports, Usman opened about the idea of bringing the belt to the president. “Why not take the belt to the White House?”, he asked.

“I showed and I exemplified what it is to be (an) American. I understand this fight was racially-motivated on his (Covington) behalf but I think I won in there and I showed what a true American is all about”, said Usman, who is on a 15-fight winning streak.

After the fight, former champ Conor McGregor tweeted something that gave the fans an indication that the Irishman wants to get his shot at Usman’s title.

The 31-year old McGregor has won the 145-pound division by beating Jose Aldo in just 13 seconds in UFC 194 in 2015 via KO victory for the UFC Featherweight title and won the 155-pound division against Eddie Alvarez in UFC 205 via TKO victory for the UFC Lightweight belt.

Making his post looking like a challenge, Usman didn’t mince his words sharing what’s in his mind.

“He must want to die”, he said. "You saw what Khabib did to him? Like, oh my God, it wouldn’t even be fair if I fought Conor," Usman added before calling McGregor a “little man”.

Usman, instead, prefers fighting Georges St-Pierre. “All due respect to Georges, but I think I’ll finish him”. St-Pierre is already retired but news has been circling around that he is working out on a comeback as Khabib Nurmagomedov is also waiting for him as well per Bloody Elbow reports.