Daniel Cormier Describes What He'll Miss The Most When He Ends Up His Career: \u201cWalk, Tunnel, Stepping Into The Octagon, Every Time They Put That Pin To The Cage\u201d Daniel Cormier is the current UFC Heavyweight title holder and the second oldest champion in the history of this sport after\u00a0legendary Randy Couture. "DC" earlier intended to defend the belt one more time versus Brock Lesnar and hang up his gloves when he turns 40, but\u00a0he recently said he was unsure of his future plans. Speaking on the Jim Rome podcast, Daniel Cormier revealed the things that wouldn't be the part of his life when he ends his MMA career. \u201cThe walk, the tunnel. It is just fantastic,\u201d Daniel Cormier said (h\/t BJPenn). \u201cYou walk out of that locker room and it\u2019s almost like you\u2019re about to head to a funeral. Everybody is worried and nervous and then the music hits the speakers and all that fear turns into butterflies and your skin starts to crawl and you\u2019re like OK let\u2019s go. Let\u2019s go do what I really know I was made to do. \u201cYou get to compete again Daniel Cormier so go out there and do it in a way that you know you can do it. Go and fight this man. Go and try to take this guy that\u2019s trained and been living in the gym for the past eight weeks to prepare to try and beat you and take this title, you go out there and you give him no reason to believe he could ever be the champion. That just makes me shoot out of that tunnel. That\u2019s why I run. I have a fire in my pants that tells me I need to go and do business. I\u2019m going to miss the walk.\u201d Daniel Cormier also thoroughly describes one epic moment before the match starts, when he's left alone with a referee, an angry rival across the cage, and himself. \u201cI\u2019m going to miss stepping into the Octagon. I\u2019m going to miss that moment that it\u2019s me in there and it\u2019s Buffer and it\u2019s my opponent and the referee and the commission and then I take three steps back after we shake hands and I look across and I look to my left and I look to my right and nobody else is there anymore. It\u2019s just me, that official and that guy.\u201d At the end, DC mentions two things that are probably unknown to the greatest number of fans. \u201cFrom day one to now, every time they put that pin in the cage. 18,000, 20,000, 13,000 , I\u2019ve heard it. I heard that little ping. I\u2019ve heard that ping of that little pin dropping into that holster. I\u2019ll miss hearing that and then the feeling that you get when you know that at this point it\u2019s either you or him. That\u2019s what I\u2019m going to miss.\u201d \u201cDC\u201d has shown great respect towards MMA, and he\u2019ll surely miss many of us when he hangs up his gloves. Do you believe Daniel Cormier will postpone his retirement?