UFC flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson believes the potentially low UFC 174 numbers could be attributed to the World Cup. Demetrious Johnson thinks the World Cup could be to blame for the potentially low UFC 174 numbers.
The UFC flyweight champion knows he could potentially do more trash talking to promote his fights but believes it is his performances in the cage that should be the fans' focus. While he did many interviews ahead of his latest title defense against Ali Bagautinov, he consider more
A pair of intriguing matchups has been added to August’s UFC Fight Night 49 events, as Demian Maia faces Mike Pyle, and Thales Leites meets Francis Carmont.Filed under: News, UFC more
Four longtime veterans with shoot it out in "The Sooner State" in a fight to stay relevant.
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is quickly filling up its upcoming UFC Fight Night 49: "Henderson vs. Dos Anjos" mixed martial arts (MMA) fight card, which takes place on Aug. 23, 2014 inside BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Doing work in the welterweight division are a pair of longtime veterans, as former middleweight number one contender Demian Maia tries to stay afloat against Mike "Quicksand" Pyle. more
Because all "Mighty Mouse" does is win without cheating. "I'm disappointed to hear that Bagautinov tested positive for EPO. That's very unfortunate news. But the moral of this story is that I proved on June 14 that you don't need to cheat, you don't need PEDs to be a champion. I am proud to be a clean champion and I believe that talent will beat drugs every time out, just like it did last month in Vancouver." -- A very disappointed Demetrious Johnson tells MMA Fighting that it's unfortunate that more
UFC flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson talks about what's next for him. more
From Yahoo Sports: The flyweight champion, who successfully defended his belt at UFC 174 in Vancouver, British Columbia, will be looking for his seventh win in a row. more
In the wake of an injury to the UFC flyweight division’s contender apparent, champ Demetrious Johnson is moving on against a new opponent.Filed under: News more
UFC 177 will be headlined by two title fights.
Demetrious Johnson, the first-ever UFC flyweight champion, is set to put his 125-pound title on the line against Chris Cariaso in the co-main event of the pay-per-view card in Sacramento, California, on August 30. Yahoo! Sports first reported the bout.
UFC 177 will be headlined by an immediate rematch between T.J. Dillashaw and Renan Barao for the bantamweight championship.
Johnson (20-2-1) quickly returns to the Octagon less than three months follo more
Despite having recently defended his belt on June 14, Demetrious "Mighty Mouse" Johnson will make a quick turn and put his belt on the line again on Aug. 30 at UFC 177 in Sacramento. more