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UFC - Cormier vs Johnson


Mecca V.I.P.
Dec 17, 2016
April 8 is the rematch of UFC Light Heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier against Anthony Johnson. In their first fight for the vacant title, Cormier won by submission on the 3rd round. The camp of Johnson said that Cormier was just lucky in that fight that he was able to evade the knockout punch of Johnson. This may be an exciting bout for both fighters but I'm sure Cormier will be the favorite because he had done it once and he can do it again - submitting Johnson.


New member
Nov 1, 2016
A you say, Cormier should start the favourite for this fight after what happened in the first, and Johnson's promoters hasn't really come up with an argument to change that. They haven't said exactly why Johnson lost the first fight other than he couldn't land a knockout blow, but isn't that the idea? Cormier isn't just going to stand there and let himself be hit so it's up to Johnson to make sure he can try and land that hit.

f he can't, I can see the same outcome happening as what happened in the original fight, and Cormier will once again be the winner. That will (or should) put an end to this little rivalry unless the Johnson camp cry that it wasn't fair again...