Did Demian Maia Out-Fitch Jon Fitch? (UFC 156 Post Video)


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Demian Maia UFC 156 PostDemian Maia always tries to submit his opponents, and he wanted to do the same to Jon Fitch at UFC 156 on Saturday night in Las Vegas.

But in the end, Maia had to settle for a dominating performance that included out-Fitching Jon Fitch.

Check out what Demian Maia had to say at the UFC 156 post-fight press conference…

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