DEMETRIOUS JOHNSON RUMORS
At 125 pounds, Demetrious Johnson (pictured) is currently the smallest UFC champion. However, UFC president Dana White believes the reigning flyweight king is still big enough to headline future pay-per-view shows despite the rumored lackluster numbers UFC 174 did last month.
“Demetrious will headline another pay-per-view, he’s the champion,” White stated over the weekend....
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Flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson (pictured) fought Ali Bagautinov for 25 minutes at UFC 174, but you’d never know it by looking at his face after their scrap.
Johnson left the tango without a single scratch on his face, literally.
When it was all said and done, “Mighty Mouse” cruised to a lopsided (50-45, 50-45, 50-45) unanimous decision victory over the Russian to retain...
Results for UFC 174: Johnson vs. Bagautinov. The card took place on June 14, 2014 from the Rogers Arena in Vancouver, Canada. The main event was a flyweight championship between Demetrious Johnson and Ali Bagautinov.
Main Card seen on Pay-Per-View:
Demetrious Johnson def. Ali Bagautinov via unanimous decision (50-45, 50-45, 50-45)
Rory MacDonald def. Tyron Woodley via unanimous decision...
Demetrious Johnson put on a striking masterclass to defeat Ali Bagautinov and retain his belt at UFC 174. Mandatory Credit: ufc.com
Demetrious Johnson had his fourth successive flyweight title defence by comprehensively beating Russian Sambo master Ali Bagautinov over five rounds.
The first round started at a slow pace with both fighters trying to feel each other out and find their...
Demetrious Johnson retained his flyweight title tonight in the mian event of UFC 174 with a unanimous decision victory over Ali Bagautinov.
leg kick for Johnson to start. Johnson feeling his way forward, missing with a couple of leg kicks along the way.
He’s taken the center of the cage, but then Bagautinov presses forward with powerful strikes that don’t find a home...
UFC 174 is stuck between two of the largest UFC events of the year but in no way does that make it one that should be slept on.
Today’s main event features one of the sports toughest P4P fighters, Demetrious Johnson. His opponent Ali Bagautinov is on an 11 fight win streak and has a finishing rate rarely seen in the flyweight division. Not to mention what will probably turn out...
Reigning flyweight champion Demetirious Johnson (pictured) is going to steamroll Ali Bagautinov tonight at UFC 174 – so say the Gambling Gods.
Johnson is pegged as a whopping 7-1 odds-on favorite to retain his title against the Russian. Bagautinov, meanwhile, is a 4.5-1 underdog to capture the crown.
Is that presumed lopsided main event worth your $54.95?
If not, there are...
UFC 174 is this Saturday and headlining the card is the main event between 125 pound Flyweights Demetrious Johnson and Ali Bagautinov for the UFC title in that division.
The main card has several fights with major divisional implications aside from the main event. The co-main event between Rory MacDonald and Tyrone Woodley comes with the reward of a title shot at 170 pound Welterweight...
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UFC 174 is just a few days away and it’ll be the first time Flyweight champion Demetrious “Mighty Mouse” Johnson headlines a PPV.
As other champions fall Johnson slowly creeps his way up the UFC P4P list and another dominant performance here may tempt Johnson to leave his flyweight days behind to test the waters at 135 lbs.
See the Full Behind The Scenes Video for UFC 174 Above