Demetrious Johnson has no equals. He's going to be the UFC Flyweight Champion for a long, long time.
John Dodson was thought to be his closest match. With Johnson running roughshod over the division, Dodson finally worked his way back to the title fight he nearly won three years ago. Unfortunately for Dodson, missing a year with an ACL injury isn't a good recipe for beating Demetrious Johnson.
Dodson won the first round, landing a couple of uppercuts, while Johnson was more concerned with footwork and wearing Dodson down. From round two on, Johnson dominated the fight, and showed that the gap between the two had widened since their first fight.
After the fight, Johnson bit back at Dodson for calling him boring, but not doing anything to him.
"John said that I was garbage, called me boring, but look at my face, I'm prettier than a motherf--ker, and that's what technique gets you," Johnson said following the fight.
Takedowns, striking, footwork, defense, it was all Mighty Mouse for the duration of the last four rounds. Johnson is still the only UFC Flyweight champion, and joins GSP, Anderson Silva, Jon Jones and Jose Aldo as UFC fighters to successfully defend titles 7 straight times.
The only challenge on the horizon for Johnson is the winner of Olympic medalist Henry Cejuda vs. Jussier Formiga, and a possible third Ian McCall fight if he can string together a few wins. For what it's worth, a Mighty Mouse vs. TJ Dillashaw champion vs. champion fight has never made more sense.