UFC on Fox 6 took place Saturday in Chicago, marking the second Fox event to feature a title fight.
This time, it was UFC flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson putting his belt on the line against John Dodson in the headliner, and walking out of the Octagon with the belt still firmly around his waist.
The night also featured Quinton “Rampage” Jackson’s UFC swan song, Anthony Pettis’ Knockout of the Night performance, and Ricardo Lamas possibly lining himself up for a shot at the winner of UFC 156's Jose Aldo vs. Frankie Edgar featherweight title bout.
Several of the fighters and UFC president Dana White took part in Saturday night’s post-fight press conference.
Watch the UFC on Fox 6: Johnson vs. Dodson post-fight press conference video below…
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