Patrick Cummins made some noise when he stepped in on late notice to face Daniel Cormier at UFC 170, bringing up a time in practice when Cormier cried after losing a wrestling match in practice prior to the 2004 Olympics. Cormier would go on to tell the entire story, that being that he had lost his daughter at a time close to that training camp and then was hyper emotional during training. Cormier also stressed that the one time they actually wrestled--when Cummins was #3 in the nation--Cormier dominated him, winning 7-0.
Cummins' taunts were fairly meaningless in the end as Cormier demolished him in just over a minute, scoring a no-doubt TKO.
Cummins was on Submission Radio and somehow managed to suggest that losing to Cormier is almost a freak occurrence, "I truly believe, anytime I step into the cage with Daniel I’ll be able to beat him. And I think, you know maybe 9 times out of 10 I can beat him right. I’m just happy that I got that one loss, that one time that I could possibly lose to him, I got it out of the way."
Cormier looks like he'll be a staple of the title picture at 205 for a long time, so Cummins is going to need to do some really great work if he'll ever get a chance to prove that he was screwed over by some sort of longshot bad luck.