MMA Great Demetrious Johnson Gets His Revenge With Vicious Knockout Kick On Adriano Moraes - WATCH

Demetrious Johnson and Adriano Moraes' three battles will go down in history as some of the best mixed martial arts matches ever witnessed. Among them, Johnson's fight to win the flyweight world championship and exact retribution stands out as the pinnacle of their feud. Johnson scored a walk-off knockout by injuring the champion with his right hand and timing a flawless flying knee.
Demetrious Johnson and Adriano Moraes

Demetrious Johnson (left) and Adriano Moraes | Photo: Screengrab/via YouTube

Demetrious Johnson and Adriano Moraes' three battles will go down in history as some of the best mixed martial arts matches ever witnessed. Among them, Johnson's fight to win the flyweight world championship and exact retribution stands out as the pinnacle of their feud.
When they first met at ONE on TNT 1, Moraes became the first guy to take down "Mighty Mouse," and it sent shockwaves around the globe. Following a year and a half, the rematch was scheduled for August 2022 on ONE on Prime Video 1. Johnson not only tied the score with a highlight-reel knee finish but also exceeded expectations.
Johnson scored a walk-off knockout by injuring the champion with his right hand and timing a flawless flying knee, capping off four very competitive rounds and adding yet another amazing chapter to his illustrious career. Before this bout, Demetrious Johnson, the world champion flyweight MMA fighter for ONE, was already regarded as one of the all-time greats.
But as we saw firsthand, great champions are frequently characterized by their handling of adversity. Following his first-round knockout loss to Moraes, Demetrious Johnson's confidence suffered a little bit, and the second fight was another intense battle that tested his limits.
"Mighty Mouse" achieved the greatest knockout of his career by adhering to his strategy, being focused, and turning off the lights when the time was right. After their momentous trilogy, both men will always owe each other for pushing him to be better than he was before.
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