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05 Apr 2017
The Cormier vs Johnson 2 Live Stream comes back to Buffalo without precedent for more than 20 years on Saturday, April 8, with an elegant card that is highlighted by a light heavyweight title battle between Daniel Cormier and Anthony Johnson. Here's a breakdown of the whole card and also begin times for the FS1 and UFC Fight Pass prelims.One of the hard hitting contenders on the UFC list searches for his fourth straight complete when he fights ebb and flow light heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier in the headliner of UFC 210. 

Event Date: April 8, 2017
Where Place On: Buffalo, New York, US
Official Live/Broad Casting: cormiervsjones2live-stream.com

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Cormier and Johnson initially squared off at UFC 187 in 2015 for the 205-pound title abandoned by Jon Jones. After a solid opening round, "Thunder" blurred quick in the second and third as Cormier was simply discovering his notch. 

"DC" left with the accommodation win and is ultra-sure headed into the rematch against Johnson, who assumed the primary misfortune in walk and went ahead to score three straight KO/TKO wins. 
The victor here brings home the belt, as well as could set themselves up for a matchup with previous champion Jon Jones not long from now. A lot is on the line in this one.A marquee matchup between top middleweight contenders Chris Weidman and Gegard Mousasi keeps an eye on the co-headliner in Buffalo. Weidman, battling in his home condition of New York for the second sequential time, is in genuine need of a win in the wake of dropping two straight by KO/TKO. "The All-American" is still only two battles expelled from holding Cormier vs Johnson 2 Live gold and still trusts he has what it takes to hold the title once more. He has an intense test remaining before him, in any case, in Mousasi, who may have had the best 2016 of any middleweight outside of Michael Bisping. Mousasi won four straight battles a year ago - three by KO/TKO - while just engrossing 42 noteworthy strikes en route. Both of these folks are ravenous for a shot at the belt and a win in Buffalo puts them one stage closer.When Daniel Cormier guards his UFC light heavyweight belt against Anthony Johnson in their rematch at UFC 210 on April 8, it will be nine months since his last battle and about 18 months since his last title safeguard. Cormier's last battle was a non-title battle against previous UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva, who ventured in on two days' notice after Cormier's unique adversary, Jon Jones was pulled from their battle for testing positive for restricted substances. 

With the long cutback, the 38-year-old champion was asked by the media on the UFC 210 media phone call on Thursday on the off chance that he feels he has lost any get up and go in his progression as time and age have a colossal influence in this sport."I have no clue what really matters to individuals," Cormier said Thursday (as translated by Shaun Al-Shatti for MMA Fighting). "I battled Anderson Silva on two days' notice (at UFC 200) and I beat a person who individuals consider the best warrior ever, 30-26 no matter how you look at it. There was no threat in that battle. That was the simplest battle of my whole profession. I don't know how I lost a stage. In the event that anything, I sense that I'm as yet ready to get these takedowns at whatever point I decide to." 

With a conclusive win over Silva, who many consider the best ever, Cormier says that another win over Johnson will add a piece to his legacy. Be that as it may, the champ is truly hoping to get a win over Jon Jones, the main man to have beaten Cormier in his expert blended combative technique profession. Cormier feels he needs to beat Jones to fulfill himself and also the fans and pundits."I think beating "Thunder" once more, it'll offer assistance. At the end of the day, it will descend to my competition with Jones," Cormier said. "Anthony has made a gigantic showing with regards to as he's come up in weight classes, however we're discussing a contention with a person who many consider the best warrior ever. So a win over a person like Jon Jones is what's going to truly presumably be the one thing that hardens where I'm attempting to sit at whatever point I resign from this game. "Toward the day's end, I do have an extreme test staring me in the face one week from now. Cormier vs Johnson 2 Beating Anthony once more, it'll simply be shutting the part. Individuals truly do have confidence in him, and they truly do love the knockout, so he gets notoriety for being 'the scariest person.' So beating somebody like that twice should bond my identity and everything else I've done. At the end of the day, I think it will rely on upon the contention with Jones." 

Who are you foreseeing will get their hand brought up in the UFC light heavyweight title battle between the champion Daniel Cormier and challenger Anthony Johnson? Call out in the remark section!Seventeen months have breathed easy Daniel Cormier safeguarded his UFC light heavyweight title. That is quite a while for a champion who, at age 38, was at that point far nearer to the finish of his battling profession than the start. Toss in the way that Cormier was compelled to conquer two wounds amid that traverse, and all of a sudden it merits pondering whether the Cormier who will appear in Buffalo for UFC 210 is a lesser variant of the man who vanquished Anthony Johnson the first run through around in 2015. 

Be that as it may, Cormier isn't getting it. 

"I have no clue what truly matters to individuals," Cormier said Thursday on Johnson vs Cormier 2 Live Stream media telephone call when inquired as to whether he may have lost a stage. "I battled Anderson Silva on two days' notice (at UFC 200) and I beat a person who individuals consider the best warrior ever, 30-26 no matter how you look at it. There was no threat in that battle. That was the least demanding battle of my whole vocation. I don't know how I lost a stage. On the off chance that anything, I have an inclination that I'm as yet ready to get these takedowns at whatever point I decide to."


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