Just one day before he vanquished Ray Borg for an eleventh and record-breaking defense of his flyweight belt, and after taking selfies and signing autographs with every single fan in attendance, the ever-accessible Demetrious Johnson spent his obligatory few moments with the media following open workouts for UFC 216. He wasn’t sure why. He asked openly what they could possibly have to ask him. After all, his appearance at UFC 216 as the co-main was a mere backup plan to scrapped bout that should have headlined UFC 215, meaning these media appearances had ostensibly been going on for two months … Read the Full Article Here