Demetrious Johnson (26-2-1) tied the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) record for best back-to-back title resistances against Wilson Reis (22-7). In the headliner of UFC on FOX 24, Johnson protected his Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) flyweight title against Reis. It was the tenth title barrier for “Strong Mouse.”
Immediately Johnson handled an inside leg kick. Reis obstructed a high kick in the wake of attempting to gain by a slip. Reis got a kick and went for a take down, however Johnsons remained on his feet. “Relentless Mouse” was dynamic and kept Reis on edge. Reis again went for a takedown, however couldn’t get it. It was a reasonable round for the champion.
In the second stanza, Johnson tied up Reis and landed two knees before the break. “Relentless Mouse” took hold of a leg and took the back quickly. Johnson kept on being snappier to the punch and dodged threat. A hard body kick arrived for the champion. A knee to the body got Reis as he had a go at going for a takedown and handled some ground-and-pound before the horn sounded.
The third casing saw Johnson stuff a takedown endeavour early. The correct eye of Reis was shutting. A body kick took after by a correct hand was there for Johnson. A correct hand took after by a takedown was there for Johnson. “Strong Mouse” moved to side control. He handled a few elbows to the head and poured down strikes in full mount. He immediately moved for an arm bar and got the accommodation to tie the record.
Last Result: Demetrious Johnson def. Wilson Reis by means of Submission (Arm bar) – R3, 4:49