John Moraga on Demetrious Johnson: “I Think He’s Boring… I Don’t Think He Tries to Finish Fights”


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John MoragaAt UFC 160, UFC flyweight contender John Moraga talked to the media about his upcoming title tilt against Demetrious Johnson at UFC on FOX 8 on July 27.

After only two fights inside the Octagon, Moraga finds himself on the brink of championship gold. Hear the former two-time All-American from Arizona State discuss his long and arduous road to the UFC, and why he thinks “Mighty Mouse” lacks a fan-friendly style.

Check out MMAWeekly.com’s John Moraga media scrum video…

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