(Dave Mandel/Sherdog)UFC 191: Who Will Steal the Show? Jeremy Klump September 5, 2015 Events, News, Previews, Promotions, Spotlight, UFC UFC 191 has a handful of fighters who could steal the show at UFC 191. The main event features the flyweight title fight between Demetrious Johnson and John Dodson. This will be the second time these two go to war, with Johnson winning the first fight by unanimous decision. It was a fight that won Fight of the Night honors so fans should be excited to see it again. Many feel Johnson will win easily again, but they seem to forget that Dodson was very close to finishing Johnson. He dropped him and many believed that Johnson has never been hit that hard, but Johnson is a champion and got right back up and went the distance. I the co-main event, #4 Andrei Arlovski takes on #10 Frank Mir. These two heavyweights have tasted being a champion in the UFC and are looking to make it back. This fight certainty promises something special from it whether it is a TKO or a submission. There are a lot of other great fights on the card, but here is my prediction for which fighters will steal the show at UFC 191. Frank Mir Mir has had an up and down career. From winning the heavyweight belt to crashing his bike; Mir has shown you can go from the top to the bottom quickly. However, Mir takes on #4 Andrei Arlovski. Both of these fighters are trying to make a statement and get back to the top. I believe that Mir will submit Arlovski and show the fans that he is coming back for the heavyweight belt. When Mir submits Arlovski he will also steal the show at UFC 191. John Dodson You know, I have picked Demetrious Johnson to win the fight. I have always thought Johnson would beat Dodson and we would all move on with our lives again. This is as bold as bold can get. I just think if someone was going to steal the show it would have to be Dodson. If he can defeat Johnson and avenge his first loss he could really make a statement. If Dodson beats Johnson by KO/TKO, which I believe is the only way he can beat him, then Dodson would steal the show at UFC 191.