UFC Champ Demetrious Johnson Explains Bromance With Frank Mir; Talks Reis Fight + TUF 24

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MMA H.E.A.T. was backstage at UFC 199 where they caught up with UFC Flyweight Champ Demetrious Johnson and heard what he had to say about his upcoming fight with Wilson Reis, his victory over Henry Cejudo, the new TUF season featuring flyweight champs from around the world, his surprising friendship with Frank Mir, his Twitch stream and more!

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21 Comments on "UFC Champ Demetrious Johnson Explains Bromance With Frank Mir; Talks Reis Fight + TUF 24"

  1. a lot of the younger generation of men are pressured when asked about ali, many of us simply just dont know what to say… lmao. even fighters, rarely watched him, unless they were of that generation. ali was simply marketed as the greatest, but joe frazer was actually the greatest, ali was simply one of the greatest.

    • I was more aware of Ali's social activism through my Junior High's history program, than his boxing. DJ didn't pander to the audience when it would be the easy thing to do. Hell, even Donald Trump gave lip service to Ali's impact.

    • +pilsung26 if you watch joe frazier vs ali, he beat him so bad their first fight. ali could barely touch him. in an interview ali said he was actually marketed as the best, but he admit he wasn't the best. he was a talker/fighter, and boxing world needed that at that time. he was a good boxer too, great at jabbing and moving.

  2. this dude is a bum a go up and fight dom i think mcgregor is the only one left with balls who will go up and down to test his self win or lose dj is content with what he has thats not a champ

    • No, he was a loving man who believed in equality, he has taken back the racist things he said about whites in the past. u can't blame him for saying that when he grew up with white people abusing him, show some respect to a legend and cultural hero, R.I.P Muhammad Ali.

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