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Dominick Cruz – If I Don’t Get the Finish, I’m Trying to Embarrass You for Five Rounds

Posted on by MMAWeekly.com Staff

UFC bantamweight champion Dominick Cruz will be looking for his fourth consecutive title defense in a row when he faces Demetrious Johnson on Saturday night in our nation’s capitol.

As he heads into the fight, Cruz not only wants to prove why he’s one of the best pound for pound fighters on the planet, but he wants to beat and dominated Johnson when they face off.

As Cruz tells it, he wants to finish every opponent or embarrass them for five rounds. Can Cruz do that on Saturday night when he faces Demetrious Johnson?

Check out this exclusive one on one video interview with UFC bantamweight champion Dominick Cruz:

  • ajmadic

    Since when was not finishing your opponent embarrassing?

  • soboc1

    He doesn’t fight to win, he fights not to lose. None of the strikes he throws are even meant to KO anyone or do much damage at all, he’s just content with jumping around and throwing little pop shots to score. I can’t believe in his last interview he said when he got in the cage he was trying to kill his opponent, lol. What a clown, haha, trying to kill his opponent by exhaustion. One of the most boring fighters ever. His style is the standup version of lay n pray

  • http://www.twitter.com/uncanny390 uncanny390

    I wouldnt call it the stand up version of lay and pray because it does actually take skill to do. Lay and pray is essentially do nothing. Cruz does do alot. It doesn’t matter how many fights he wins though, he will never be considered the greatest if he can’t finish. That’s why Anderson Silva is considered to be better than GSP. St. Pierre doesn’t have the knockout power that Silva does. Cruz has it even less.

  • soboc1

    Well yeah, I meant on the level of boring, lol But, yeah I see what you mean.