Demetrious “Mighty Mouse” Johnson is the greatest of all time. It’s that simple. After a submitting a very game fighter in Ray Borg with a spectacular arm bar, the fighter we all know as Mighty Mouse has secured his place in UFC history.
Johnson (27-2-1) set a UFC record by eclipsing Anderson Silva for his 11th title defense on Saturday in the co-main event of UFC 216 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. He won in spectacular fashion.
“Ray Borg was running his mouth, saying my scrambling game was garbage,” Johnson said. “So I was just playing around, playing. And I hit that suplex-to-armbar so many times in the gym.
“That’s what we do. Like I said before, I’m not going to come out here and bang to show I have power. I’m not in the business to get hit and take concussions. S– is way overrated, I’m telling you right now. I’m in the business of getting in here to make a fool of you, throw you in the air like a bag of potatoes and throw your down between my legs and break your arm.”
In case you missed on of the most amazing submissions in UFC history, see the video below.
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Andy Gonzalez is a coach at Aces Jiu Jitsu Club. He has earned his purple belt under Professor Mikal Abdullah. Follow Andy on Twitter at @GoGoGonzilla
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