Filed under: News , UFC Michael Johnson entered UFC Fight Night 94 in Hidalgo, Texas, with the odds stacked against him. He had lost his previous two fights, he was coming off a break of almost nine months, and he was facing Dustin Poirier, a fighter who was on four-fight winning streak since moving to lightweight. When the dust settled in the night’s FS1-televised main event, Johnson had knocked out Poirier in the first round, claiming his first stoppage win since 2013, and letting the rest of the division know he remains a player at 155 pounds. Speaking of players, since entering the UFC, Derek Brunson has steadily climbed the ranks of the middleweight division. On Saturday he won his fifth straight fight in the division with a quick TKO win over Uriah Hall . Let’s take a look back at UFC Fight Night 94, a fight card that had its fair share of memorable moments both from the fighters and referees who shared the cage with them.

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10 memorable moments from UFC Fight Night 94 – some for the right reasons, some for the wrong – MMA Junkie

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