2 UFC MMA Champions through History

Thanks to UFC, martial artists worldwide get a platform to compete professionally and determine the best among them and the martial art styles used. It’s no wonder Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) has emerged as a combat sport that’s growing fast worldwide. While MMA has just started, Royce Gracie dominated the sport using the Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Striker Chuck Liddell proved his dominance, too, when he used his striking styles while wrestling. But current fighters such as Demetrious Johnson has been using multiple fighting styles to keep themselves on top of the competition. Here are details of the best two MMA champions.

Demetrious Johnson

Also known as Mighty House, no other fighter can match his striking in the flyweight division dubbed as Ultimate Fighting Championship. Johnson embraces the martial arts philosophies and is also disciplined and hardworking. It is the reason why other fighters cannot even match his BJJ and wrestling skills. You will love the way he steps in the ring while in shape and full of confidence. In the UFC history, he emerges as one of the top dominant champions with 11 titles won consecutively. As a flyweight champion, he doesn’t seem to have any intention of letting the belt go soon.

Fedor Emelianenko

The mention of Fedor Emelianenko lingers on the minds of many fans as a legendary. Everyone admired his striking styles, and his knowledge about grappling was unmatched. The referee had no option but to stop him minutes after he flushed out his opponents. What made Fedor stand out is the fact that he could strike from any position regardless of whether it favored him or not. No fighter was able to ruffle his feathers. He showcased his incredible talent and skills when he fought against Kevin Randleman the late. He found an opportunity while in a disadvantageous position to isolate Kevin’s arms. He later forced him to tap and won the game!