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Wilson Reis did what asked – 'now give me the title fight' with UFC champ Demetrious Johnson

BROOKLYN, N.Y. – Wilson Reis is no longer asking for a title fight. No, after coming so close to getting his shot at the belt, the flyweight contender is demanding what he feels is rightfully and painfully obviously his. 392 more words


Wilson Reis is going to call out flyweight champ Demetrious Johnson if victorious at UFC 208

BROOKLYN, N.Y. – UFC flyweight Wilson Reis went from a title shot against champ Demetrious Johnson to a preliminary-card bout against the unranked Ulka Sasaki. 333 more words


Should the UFC start a women's flyweight (125 lbs.) division?

A hot debate nowadays in the MMA community is whether or not the UFC should create a new flyweight (125 lbs.) division. Some women such as… 245 more words

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Why Demetrious Johnson Is MMA's Last Knight

There are few, if any fighters who embody the fundamental concept of mixed martial arts like Demetrious Johnson. Widely considered to be the pound-for-pound greatest fighter to ever step foot in the cage, the man known as “Mighty Mouse” has held dominion over the UFC’s flyweight division since the day it was installed, defending his title with the honor and resilience of a knight among men. 755 more words


Joseph Benavidez still fixated on champ Johnson, but would fight Reis in title-eliminator

DENVER – After beating rival “The Ultimate Fighter 24” head coach Henry Cejudo this past month, two-time UFC title challenger Joseph Benavidez made it clear that he  882 more words


Ray Borg sick of fans' weight-cutting criticism, unveils path to UFC champ Demetrious Johnson

Ray Borg said he feels bad for missing weight ahead of this past weekend’s UFC 207 bout with Louis Smolka, but he doesn’t appear to be beating himself up too badly over it. 800 more words


UFC champ Demetrious Johnson's next career step? At least 12 title defenses

UFC flyweight Demetrious Johnson remains unbooked for his next title defense, but his immediate career plan is set.

Johnson (25-2-1 MMA, 13-1-1 UFC) first wants to defend his title between 12 and 14 times, putting a healthy amount of distance between him and Anderson Silva, the current record holder for consecutive and total UFC title defenses (10). 508 more words