The Villain: Jon Jones and Michael Bisping Talk About Embracing the Hate in MMA


Jon Jones insists he's not a bad guy, but should he learn to embrace the role of villain in MMA? Public enemy No. 1 Michael Bisping offers his advice on embracing the hate. view original article >>
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