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UFC 174 Johnson vs Bagautinov Live Stream
Live on Pay-Per-View
Date:Saturday, June 14
Time: 10PM/7PM ETPT

 

MMA pPv Fight:Bagautinov vs Johnson Live Streaming UFC 174

Main Card (Pay-Per-View)
Flyweight: Bagautinov vs Johnson
Welterweight: Rory Macdonald vs Tyron Woodley
Light Heavyweight: Ryan Bader vs Rafael Cavalcante
Heavyweight: Andrei Arlovski vs Brendan Schaub
Light Heavyweight: Ryan Jimmo vs Ovince St.
The official weigh-in event for UFC 174: “Johnson vs. Bagautinov” took place today (Fri., June 13, 2014) from the Rogers Arena in Vancouver, Canada.

All fighters made weight without incident.

UFC 174 will be headlined by flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson, as he puts his 125-pound title on the line against division number one contender Ali Bagautinov. In the co-main event, Tyron Woodley looks to upset hometown hero Rory MacDonald in a race to the top of the welterweight mountain.

Complete UFC Fight Night 42 weigh in results are as follows:
Main card:

125 lbs.: Demetrious Johnson (125) vs. Ali Bagautinov (124.5)
170 lbs.: Rory MacDonald (171) vs. Tyron Woodley (170.5)
205 lbs.: Ryan Bader (205) vs. Rafael Cavalcante (204.5)
265 lbs.: Andrei Arlovski (249.5) vs. Brendan Schaub (238)
205 lbs.: Ryan Jimmo (204.5) vs. Ovince St. Preux (205.5)
Preliminary card:

170 lbs.: Kiichi Kunimoto (170) vs. Daniel Sarafian (171)
135 lbs.: Valerie Letourneau (135.5) vs. Elizabeth Phillips (135)
135 lbs.: Mike Easton (135) vs. Yves Jabouin (136)
155 lbs.: Kajan Johnson (155) vs. Tae Hyun Bang (156)
135 lbs.: Roland Delorme (135) vs. Michinori Tanaka (135)
155 lbs.: Jason Saggo (155.5) vs. Josh Shockley (155.5)

MMAmania.com will provide LIVE round-by-round, blow-by-blow coverage of the entire UFC 174 fight card on fight night, starting with the Fight Pass “Prelims” matches online, which are scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. ET, right on through the FX-televised under card bouts at 8 p.m. ET and then main card PPV, which is slated to begin at 10 p.m. ET.

 

Preux Preliminary Card (FX)
Welterweight: Daniel Sarafian vs Kiichi Kunimoto Women’s Bantamweight: Valerie Letourneau vs Elizabeth Phillips Bantamweight: Yves Jabouin vs Mike Easton Lightweight: Kajan Johnson vs Tae

The UFC is going to make history on Saturday with flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson defending the title against Ali Bagautinov in the first-ever 125-pound pay-per-view main event fight. Before we get to that epic confrontation, the spotlight is on the preliminary card.

For the first time since UFC 163 in August 2013, the prelims will be airing on FX instead of Fox Sports 1. That’s good news for both the company and fighters on the card, as they will get more national exposure on Fox’s main cable network.

As far as what fans can expect to see, Dana White and Joe Silva have done a masterful job of providing a little something for everyone. The top four prelim fights come from four different weight classes, including a women’s bantamweight bout.

Here we have a look at the preliminary card, where to watch, how to watch, when to watch and all the notes you need to prepare for UFC’s big event.

UFC 174 Preliminary Card Weight Class Fighter 1 Fighter 2 Network
Bantamweight Roland Delorme Michinori Tanaka UFC Fight Pass
Lightweight Jason Saggo Josh Shockley UFC Fight Pass
Lightweight Kajan Johnson Tae Hyun Bang FX
Bantamweight Yves Jabouin Mike Easton FX
Women’s Bantamweight Valerie Letourneau Elizabeth Phillips FX
Welterweight Daniel Sarafian Kiichi Kunimoto FX

UFC.com

UFC 174 Preliminary Card Schedule
Fight Card Start Time (ET) Live Stream
UFC Fight Pass Undercard 7 p.m. UFC.tv (subscription required)
UFC 174 Preliminary Card 8 p.m. UFC.tv (subscription required)

 

Undercard Fight to Watch: Valerie Letourneau vs. Elizabeth Phillips

An unfortunate reality of women’s MMA right now is that few fans pay attention unless Ronda Rousey is involved. It’s understandable because she’s the biggest star on the female side, but that also dismisses the many talented women who are still fighting for respect in this sport.

Which UFC 174 Undercard Fight Will Have The Best Finish?
Daniel Sarafian vs. Kiichi Kunimoto Valerie Letourneau vs. Elizabeth Phillips Yves Jabouin vs. Mike Easton Submit Vote vote to see results

Valerie Letourneau and Elizabeth Phillips have to earn their stripes in the UFC—both are making their debut with the company—but they have the kind of pedigree to become stars in the bantamweight division.

As Steven Marrocco of MMAJunkie.com wrote in a preview for this event, Letourneau comes from the right gym to have a long, successful career in the UFC: “Montreal’s Tristar gym has, of course, helped produce several UFC standouts and one all-time great in former champ Georges St-Pierre.”

While St-Pierre is a lofty standard for any fighter to meet, Tristar has also been the home to Kenny Florian, Rory MacDonald and Miguel Torres. Letourneau is 5-3 in her career and has a very potent punch, with four victories via knockout.

On the other side, Phillips has proved to be more diverse in her career with two wins via knockout and one each via submission and decision. Her lone loss came via knockout, which plays into Letourneau’s hands.

Both fighters are also testing their stamina by coming off bouts within the last month. Letourneau didn’t exert much energy in a May 16 win over Jordan Moore, scoring a 34-second knockout, but Phillips took a three-round decision on May 30.

 

Fighter in Desperate Need of a Win: Daniel Sarafian

Expectations were high for Daniel Sarafian following his appearance on The Ultimate Fighter: Brazil. The 31-year-old won both of his fights in the house by finishing his opponents (via rear-naked choke and flying knee) and was poised to become a fixture on the roster in the finals at UFC 147.

Unfortunately, he suffered an injury in training days before the event and had to pull out of the fight. His debut came at the UFC on Fox event in January 2013, losing to C.B. Dollaway by decision.

Sarafian did get back on track against Eddie Mendez, who played the role of sacrificial lamb at a UFC on Fuel event in June 2013, but Sarafian couldn’t sustain the momentum, losing to Cezar Ferreira five months later.

Likely hoping to salvage his career with the UFC, Sarafian is dropping down to welterweight for his UFC 174 bout with Kiichi Kunimoto. It’s clear the company wants this guy to succeed because he was so fun and exciting to watch on TUF, but this is also a harsh business. A third loss in four fights wouldn’t bode well for his long-term prospects.

Hyun BangPreliminary Card (UFC Fight Pass)

 
Demetrious “Mighty Mouse” Johnson looks to defend his title for the fourth consecutive time on Saturday night in Vancouver, Canada’s UFC 174 main event, but this one won’t come easy against Ali Bagautinov.

The Russian fighter has only three UFC showings to his name but won all of them convincingly. The 29-year-old hasn’t lost a fight since 2011 and has been turning heads ever since his UFC debut in 2013.

Meanwhile, the 27-year-old Johnson has been dominating his opponents as of late. He knocked out Joseph Benavidez in December 2013 just two minutes into the first round.

Let’s break down the upcoming flyweight championship bout between Johnson and Bagautinov.

 

When: Saturday, June 14

Where: Rogers Arena; Vancouver, Canada

Start Time: 8 p.m. ET (preliminaries), 10 p.m. ET (main card)

TV: FX (preliminaries), pay-per-view (main card)

 

Johnson vs. Bagautinov Preview

Mark Kolbe/Getty Images

It’s not all smiles for both fighters heading into Saturday’s title fight, as UFC captures:

.@MightyMouseUFC be like #NoNewFriends #UFC174 pic.twitter.com/HMApNos73n
— UFC (@ufc) June 13, 2014

Sure, Johnson enters the weekend as a massive favorite over Bagautinov, as told by a line as high as minus-600, per OddsShark.com. The champion is getting better and better each time he enters the Octagon, and that’s unlikely to change Saturday night.

But with few challenges left in the flyweight division, Johnson’s next task could be the toughest one he faces before he explores another division or rematches an opponent he’s already beaten.

Bagautinov is somewhat of a mystery man, as he’s only fought in three bouts in the UFC and two in North America. But every appearance has been captivating. From a technical knockout of Marcos Vinicius to a recent unanimous-decision win over John Lineker, he has put his talents on display plenty of times.

Tim Larsen/Associated Press

But when in doubt, Johnson has no problem relying on his elite speed and ability to outhustle opponents, per Fightline.com’s Dana Becker, via UFC Tonight: “He looks like a very durable guy. If I need to beat him up for 25 minutes, I will. The speed advantage, that’s what I’m known for.”

Who will win the UFC 174 main event?
Johnson. He is simply too fast and too talented to keep up. Bagautinov. He has just the skill set to knock off the champion. Submit Vote vote to see results

Bagautinov makes his opponents pay by sitting back and attacking on the counter, but that likely won’t be an option against Johnson, who is undoubtedly the fastest fighter in the flyweight division. That will force the Russian out of his comfort zone, and Johnson will be keen on taking advantage.

Plus, the champ has a big advantage in title-fight experience. Bagautinov has only seen four of his fights go to three rounds and has never competed in a five-round affair. Meanwhile, Johnson has seen four fights go the full five rounds.

For Bagautinov to pull off the shocker and come away with the title belt, it will take something we haven’t seen from the Russian. It will also take something we haven’t seen happen against Johnson in years—an opponent truly proving to be a serious test.

 

Bantamweight: Roland Delorme vs Michinori Tanaka Lightweight: Jason Saggo vs Josh Shockley
UFC flyweight champ Demetrious Johnson will defend his 125-pound crown for the fourth time against Russia’s Ali Bagautinov, plus Rory MacDonald faces off with Tyron Woodley in a clash of welterweight contenders.Mixed martial arts fans have barely had time to take a breath over the past couple of weeks with the UFC’s relentless schedule picking up a head of steam. Saturday night’s stacked UFC 174 card out of Rogers Arena, VANCOUVER, CANADA is either a blessing or a curse, depending on one’s perspective.
Little guys have to work extra hard for respect. Call it unfair, but call it reality. UFC flyweight champion Demetrious “Mighty Mouse” Johnson is experiencing this firsthand as he has all but dominated every opponent since moving to the division.

Still, he’s one of the least popular champions in the promotion.

The technically sound speed merchant will put his talents on display and title on the line Saturday night at UFC 174 in Vancouver. His opponent is the relative newcomer from Russia, Ali Bagautinov. This will only be Bagautinov’s fourth fight in the UFC.

Those two will main event the festivities.

Since this is the last UFC event before the EA Sports UFC video game releases on June 17, Mighty Mouse will have the perfect mouthpiece for the occasion.

Can’t wait for my new mouth guard huge S/O to @JAWZZMOUTHGUARD pic.twitter.com/VcxPLXjzjN
— Demetrious Johnson (@MightyMouseUFC) June 3, 2014

Expect a ton of promos for the game during the event. Move over, Metro PCS.

The Johnson-Bagautinov bout will be supported by a strong undercard filled with recognizable names and faces. Here’s a look at the full card with predictions, start times and viewing information for the entire event. Below the table is a closer look at the three biggest bouts on the card.

UFC 174 Main Card, Start Times, Predictions and Viewing Info UFC Fight Pass Preliminary 7 p.m. ET
Matchup Weight Class Prediction
Jason Saggo vs. Josh Shockley Lightweight Saggo by submission
Roland Delorme vs. Michinori Tanaka Bantamweight Tanaka by decision
FX Prelims 8 p.m. ET
Kajan Johnson vs. Tae Hyun Bang Lightweight Johnson by decision
Yves Jabouin vs. Mike Easton Bantamweight Easton by KO
Valerie Letourneau vs. Elizabeth Phillips Women’s Bantamweight Letourneau by decision
Daniel Sarafian vs. Kiichi Kunimoto Welterweight Kunimoto by decision
Main Card 10 p.m. ET
Ovince Saint Preux vs. Ryan Jimmo Light Heavyweight Saint Preux by KO
Andrei Arlovski vs. Brendan Schaub Heavyweight Schaub by KO
Ryan Bader vs. Rafael Cavalcante Light Heavyweight Bader by TKO
Rory MacDonald vs. Tyron Woodley Welterweight Woodley by TKO
(c) Demetrious Johnson vs. Ali Bagautinov Flyweight Championship Johnson by decision

Card per UFC.com, Predictions by B.Mazique

 

Mighty Mouse’s Speed Will Be Too Much for Bagautinov

Nam Y. Huh/Associated Press

While the challenger has ample power to stop anyone in the flyweight division, you can’t hit what you can’t catch.

Johnson’s speed and defensive acumen are what make him one of the best fighters in the world. Bagautinov has never faced an opponent this fast and technically sound. He has a puncher’s chance (no pun intended), but don’t expect anything more than a dominant five-round display from the champion in a successful title defense.

Once that’s done, perhaps he’ll rematch with John “The Magician” Dodson. The ultra-explosive Dodson gave Johnson his most competitive fight back in Jan. 2013.

Earlier this month, Dodson stopped John Moraga to maintain his status as a top contender. Dodson believes the UFC is protecting Johnson, but he still sees himself as Mighty Mouse’s ultimate conqueror. Dodson told Marc Raimondi of Fox Sports:

They can keep on giving Demetrious Johnson whoever they want to make him look like a better champion, make him look like he can be a spectacular fighter and cement his name in that division. It’s gonna make me look better when I knock him out.

That is indeed an interesting bout, but Johnson must take care of business on Saturday first.

 

Woodley’s Speed and Explosiveness Will Overwhelm MacDonald

USA TODAY Sports

This is a very difficult bout to predict because MacDonald has a three-inch height advantage and is the more technical striker, while Woodley is the quicker, stronger, more explosive fighter.

Woodley has fight-changing power and explosion. He has proven himself to be a solid wrestler too. His strength and quick-twitch athleticism are tough to game-plan for.

MacDonald will have a difficult time adjusting to the ground Woodley can cover. This will cost him dearly.

At times, MacDonald can be too technical and robotic. In this fight, Woodley’s speed will take away MacDonald’s ability and time to react and counter. A big punch will put him in peril, while ground-and-pound will lead to a finish and victory for Woodley.

 

Bader’s Wrestling Dominance Will Lead Him to Victory

Jeff Chiu/Associated Press

Though Cavalcante hails from Team Nogueira, a squad noted for its grappling prowess, he isn’t as good on the ground as Bader.

This fight might look similar to Bader’s bout with Quinton “Rampage” Jackson. Cavalcante isn’t as helpless on the mat as Rampage, but once Bader gains top position, Feijao will be at Darth’s mercy.

This is a good matchup for Bader in a fight he must win to continue to be considered a serious contender at light heavyweight.

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