Tim Elliott knew the odds were against him when he faced UFC flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson at the Pearl at the Palms in Las Vegas on Saturday night, but the Ultimate Fighter 24 winner fought the pound-for-pound king tooth and nail for 25 minutes before Johnson notched his ninth successful title defense by way of a unanimous five-round decision.“Tim Elliott’s a helluva fighter,” Johnson said. “It’s like wrestling a muskrat; you just have to neutralize him. “I know when I’m in there with anybody I can compete,” Elliott said. “Even thi … Read the Full Article Here
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