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By defeating Ray Borg via suplex armbar, Johnson notched his 11th title defense, breaking the record set by Anderson Silva in 2012 and staking a strong claim to the "greatest of all time" moniker.
With that accolade now in Johnson's pocket, many have wondered what's next for the flyweight champion.
This was spurred on by UFC President Dana White, who wound up in a public dispute with Johnson over his refusal to face former bantamweight champion TJ Dillashaw.
These guys are taking concussions.