Well after last night's absolutely dominant performance over Wilson Reis, Demetrious "Mighty Mouse" Johnson has certified himself as the greatest champion in MMA history. Flawless performance after flawless performance, we have not seen Mighty Mouse be truly tested in the Flyweight division, no matter the direction the fight goes, standing, clinch, on the ground or in decision, it's all Mighty Mouse all the time.
By submitting Wilson Reis via arm-bar, Mighty Mouse once again proved to the world that no matter your strength, he can and will beat you any way. Reis is considered one of the most dominant grapplers in the 125-pound division, and Mighty Mouse showed how little that matters when it comes to fighting him.
In his post-fight press conference, Mighty Mouse said that he is the greatest champion ever, and it's very hard to argue against that. "St Pierre, Anderson Silva -- they were great champions. But I'm the best champion to ever stand in this Octagon." And even Dana White said it's real hard to disagree with that. “He’s already the pound-for-pound best fighter in the world, and he strives to be better each time, and he gets better each time, literally destroying people,” White said. “Yeah, this kid could be considered the G.O.A.T. right now, or to give Anderson Silva the true respect, you wait until he actually breaks the record. It’s hard to not call this guy the greatest of all time.”
Mighty Mouse was uncharacteristically outspoken after the fight, but for good reason. He said he needs to make a Million $ in his next fight, and there's no way you can dispute that. He is the greatest fighter on the UFC's roster and although he's fighting at a lower weight class and against opponents who can't even touch him, he still deserves the payday. “I’m a great company guy,” he said. “I don’t bash (the UFC). I don’t bash my opponents. Never missed weight. Never done any drugs. Not at home beating my wife, crashing my car, do(ing) cocaine and all that stuff. Come home, drink beer, play video games — that’s all I do. And change diapers.”
Mighty Mouse can and will beat anyone, anywhere, and with the title defense record right within his reach, I'm very excited to see just how things go. He's truly the Pound-For-Pound King and should be treated as such.