UFC flyweight champion Demetrious “Mighty Mouse” Johnson finally knows who’s next for his title. After months of waiting for his next challenger, the reigning 125-pound kingpin will look to make the fourth successful defense of his crown at UFC 174, live from Rogers Arena in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on Saturday, June 14. The opposition for him will come in the form of Dagestani heavy-hitter Ali Bagautinov, who will headline his first UFC card when he clashes with Johnson.

UFC 174 also marks Johnson’s first title defense on pay-per-view since winning the then-vacant belt against Joseph Benavidez at UFC 152. Since the win, Johnson has posted three successful title defenses, all at UFC on Fox events. First, Johnson endured the power of The Ultimate Fighter 14 bantamweight winner John Dodson to secure a unanimous-decision win at UFC on Fox 6, then he locked up a fifth-round submission win over John Moraga at UFC on Fox 8, and this past December, he scored a scintillating knockout win in a rematch with Benavidez at UFC on Fox 9,

Bagautinov’s last defeat came in May 2011 and the 28-year-old has reeled off 11 straight ever since. He entered the UFC with a 10-2 record and has posted a TKO win over Marcos Vinicius and unanimous decision wins over Tim Elliott and John Lineker. Though this will mark Bagautinov’s first title bout in the UFC, he is certainly no stranger to the rigors of competing in a title bout, having won the flyweight title of Russian promotion Fight Nights and defending the belt three times before signing with the UFC.