NBA Player James Johnson: MMA GOAT?

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James Johnson attended Wake Forest from 2007-2009. According to Grantland,(an ESPN backed website) JJ’s first MMA bout came at the age of 18. “Johnson was declared the winner after 97 seconds”. Grantland/ESPN also dubbed the nickname “BloodSport” for JJ. Is it possible for a D1 college B Ball player to complete MMA fights while attending a university? 

The Dallas Mavericks have an article on their website about James:

“A 6-7, 240-pound forward, Johnson is so tough that in his first MMA fight when he was 18 years old, he aggressively went all in on his opponent, winning the match in a Mike Tyson-like 97 seconds. In the MMA world, Johnson, in fact, is nicknamed Little Ali because of the fancy footwork he employs while devouring his opponents.”

It is said by verified journalists that the “MMA world” compares JJ to Ali and Mike Tyson. There is no video evidence of the James Johnson competing in any Kickboxing or MMA matches, not even a sparring session. Are these claims to fighting becoming outlandish?

who?

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who?

You must not be an MMA fan if you don’t know who “Little Ali” is 

Why lie when you’re already a millionaire pro athlete?

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He should box Logan Paul. That will give us an idea how legit he is.

Jakkary -

https://youtu.be/20uEqQ1UdxA

James Johnson attended Wake Forest from 2007-2009. According to Grantland,(an ESPN backed website) JJ’s first MMA bout came at the age of 18. “Johnson was declared the winner after 97 seconds”. Grantland/ESPN also dubbed the nickname “BloodSport” for JJ. Is it possible for a D1 college B Ball player to complete MMA fights while attending a university? 

The Dallas Mavericks have an article on their website about James:

“A 6-7, 240-pound forward, Johnson is so tough that in his first MMA fight when he was 18 years old, he aggressively went all in on his opponent, winning the match in a Mike Tyson-like 97 seconds. In the MMA world, Johnson, in fact, is nicknamed Little Ali because of the fancy footwork he employs while devouring his opponents.”

It is said by verified journalists that the “MMA world” compares JJ to Ali and Mike Tyson. There is no video evidence of the James Johnson competing in any Kickboxing or MMA matches, not even a sparring session. Are these claims to fighting becoming outlandish?

You should have left your postcount at 50.

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Jakkary -

https://youtu.be/20uEqQ1UdxA

James Johnson attended Wake Forest from 2007-2009. According to Grantland,(an ESPN backed website) JJ’s first MMA bout came at the age of 18. “Johnson was declared the winner after 97 seconds”. Grantland/ESPN also dubbed the nickname “BloodSport” for JJ. Is it possible for a D1 college B Ball player to complete MMA fights while attending a university? 

The Dallas Mavericks have an article on their website about James:

“A 6-7, 240-pound forward, Johnson is so tough that in his first MMA fight when he was 18 years old, he aggressively went all in on his opponent, winning the match in a Mike Tyson-like 97 seconds. In the MMA world, Johnson, in fact, is nicknamed Little Ali because of the fancy footwork he employs while devouring his opponents.”

It is said by verified journalists that the “MMA world” compares JJ to Ali and Mike Tyson. There is no video evidence of the James Johnson competing in any Kickboxing or MMA matches, not even a sparring session. Are these claims to fighting becoming outlandish?

You should have left your postcount at 50.

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Jakkary -

https://youtu.be/20uEqQ1UdxA

James Johnson attended Wake Forest from 2007-2009. According to Grantland,(an ESPN backed website) JJ’s first MMA bout came at the age of 18. “Johnson was declared the winner after 97 seconds”. Grantland/ESPN also dubbed the nickname “BloodSport” for JJ. Is it possible for a D1 college B Ball player to complete MMA fights while attending a university? 

The Dallas Mavericks have an article on their website about James:

“A 6-7, 240-pound forward, Johnson is so tough that in his first MMA fight when he was 18 years old, he aggressively went all in on his opponent, winning the match in a Mike Tyson-like 97 seconds. In the MMA world, Johnson, in fact, is nicknamed Little Ali because of the fancy footwork he employs while devouring his opponents.”

It is said by verified journalists that the “MMA world” compares JJ to Ali and Mike Tyson. There is no video evidence of the James Johnson competing in any Kickboxing or MMA matches, not even a sparring session. Are these claims to fighting becoming outlandish?

You should have left your postcount at 50.

Brilliant OP This is better then the entire thread.

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Kirik -

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Yo Kirik I'd like to request a green name. I was a professional Table-Tennis player in Greenland back in 1974. 

He's completely full of shit. Watching the mavericks bucks game the other night and the announcers were talking about him being 26-0 in mma... Bullshido. 

Little Ali is legit. I'm the guy he knocked out. He swarmed me like Mike Tyson but with the footwork of Ali.