Demetrious Johnson (Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLC)UFC 191: What to Watch For Jeremy Klump August 31, 2015 Events, News, Previews, Spotlight, UFC After a one-week layoff, the UFC is back and boy are they back. They bring us with a stacked event, in UFC 191, which features the flyweight title fight rematch between Demetrious Johnson and John Dodson. Johnson has looked unbeatable and is on an eight-fight win streak, with six of the wins as title defenses. Johnson is arguably the best pound for pound fighter in the world and has looked like he has got better in each fight we have seen him. Johnson has already taken on Dodson and beat him by unanimous decision in a five round title fight. Other than the loss to Johnson in that title fight, Dodson has not lost in the UFC. He also has an impressive TKO victory over T.J Dillashaw in The Ultimate Fighter finale back in 2011. Dodson is one of the most exciting fighters to watch inside the cage, but it seems like Johnson is the only fighter standing in his way. He will be looking to avenge his loss and become the new flyweight champion. Not only is the main event going to be great, but also there are some other great fights on the card. The UFC has six ranked fights scheduled for UFC 191 along with the title fight and the fans should be excited. Here is what you should watch for at UFC 191. Will More People Buy A Demetrious Johnson PPV? It is crazy to me that this is even an issue in the UFC, but somehow it is. Johnson has taken a lot of heat because his events do not get the buys that other stars in the UFC get. It was reported that UFC 186, a headlined PPV by Johnson, only got around 100,000-125,000 buys. That is crazy for someone who has not lost since 2011 and has defended his title a bunch of times. The UFC has done everything they can outside of matching Johnson up with another title fight, which would not matter because the higher weight-class gets the main event anyways, but the UFC is trying. With all the ranked fighters on this card, it would be surprising if Johnson and UFC 191 do not get more buys than UFC 186. Which Heavyweight Will Show They Are Ready For Another Title Run? In the co-main event of UFC 191, #4 Andrei Arlovski takes on #10 Frank Mir. Arlovski is on a three-fight win streak in the UFC and will be looking to get a quality win of Mir to show he deserves to be back in the title talks. Mir, who has had his fair share of adversities in his career, will be looking to show that, what is likely is final run in the UFC, will be one to remember. Both of these big guys are former UFC champions and whoever wins this fight could be looking at another opportunity to get to the belt once again. Will Paul Felder Bounce Back? Not one person can tell you yes to this question because no one really knows. Why? Paul Felder has never lost a fight so no one really knows how he will respond in the next fight after the loss. Felder loss an awesome decision, if losing can be awesome, to Edson Barboza. Felder showed that he has the potential to be a threat in the lightweight division, but he needs to show that he can bounce back after a loss against Ross Pearson at UFC 191.