Kamaru Usman is contemporary off of a formidable UFC 235 win in opposition to Tyrone Woodley which helped him seize his first ever Welterweight title. Usman grew to become the primary African-born UFC fighter to carry the title and is already gearing up for an enormous battle in opposition to Colby Covington, who he has a ton of dangerous blood with. At the age of 31, Usman is already enthusiastic about what's subsequent for his profession and the way he plans on finally retiring from the UFC. During an look on Episode 59 of the Joe Rogan Experience MMA Show, Usman mentioned these plans may even contain films.
The dialog about Usman's post-UFC profession begins when the Nigerian fighter explains how he went to a stand-up comedy present for former-MMA fighter Brendan Schaub. Usman tells Rogan, across the 2:30:00 mark, that he was shocked by how good Schaub was and that he is joyful to see fighters branching out and doing various things. That's when Usman says that he needs to finally have a number of income streams ("so you do not have to get punched in your face til your 50") and would positively contemplate a profession in appearing.
Citing his African heritage, Usman jokes that the primary film he'd like to look in is a sequel to Black Panther. "We ought to positively be in that," he says, "whoever is casting for that, hey!" While they each chortle on the concept, the fighter does not appear to be joking, saying the director would not want to show him find out how to do an African accent since he already has one.
To watch Rogan's whole interview with Usman, take a look at the video above.