Everyone is talking about the speed of Demetrious “Mighty Mouse” Johnson as he heads into his UFC 130 showdown with Miguel Angel Torres.
The thing about speed is it can lead to rushing in, making mistakes. Torres is keenly aware of this fact and plans to use Johnson’s speed against him by setting up an array of traps to snare the Mighty Mouse.
The two bantamweights are slated to head the UFC 130 preliminary bouts live on Spike TV.
Torres went one-on-one with MMAWeekly.com to talk about Saturday night’s fight and clarify his ultimate goal.
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