Demetrious Johnson's opponent Henry Cejudo wants to see the former at Bantamweight.

Henry Cejudo wants to see what Demetrious Johnson (Mighty Mouse) could do in Bantamweight. He said-

“I’m actually curious to see him fight at 135. I want to see how good he really is. He proved it tonight. I’m humbled. I’d like to see him fight at 135 for the championship. I want to see how good Demetrious Johnson is and how far he can take it.”

The interesting game ended after Johnson defended Cejudo, unbeaten flyweight title challenger and Olympic gold medalist- Men’s Freestyle Bantamweight. It is the eighth successful defense of Johnson.

UFC's official Twitter tweeted about the defense of Johnson.


.@MightyMouseUFC defends his title for the 8th consecutive time, tying Jones' streak for 3rd longest in UFC history.

— UFC (@ufc) April 24, 2016

Johnson is the fighter with the faster moves and quickness in his transitions. Cejudo being the Olympic gold medalist has to work harder and practice on much more techniques to compete with Johnson.

Due to the power and Olympic background of Cejudo, he was supposed as the most dangerous opponent for Johnson. The first round seemed that Cejudo would make his own and put Johnson in some dangerous situations, but the champ kicked off the challenge and got the fight back to the feet.

This is not the end of the Cejudo on the line, and the former Olympic gold medalist has already shown his worth as a Top Five flyweight.

Cejudo told MMAJunkie on Wednesday-          

“It’s part of my journey. This is my destiny My No. 1 goal as a human being was to be a good father and be a good husband, and after that was to be an Olympic champion. After that, my third goal was to be a UFC champion. And I remember writing all that down when I was a junior in high school.”

On the other hand champion, Johnson considers himself as one of the best pound players.

We wish luck for both of them in their ahead career.