Trainer Greg Jackson doesn’t think Jon Jones suffered any major damage from the armbar Vitor Belfort caught him in Saturday in their light heavyweight title fight at UFC 152.
Jon Jones' head trainer, Greg Jackson, explains why the UFC light heavyweight champion declined to fight Chael Sonnen at the now cancelled UFC 151 event.
After his successful title defense Saturday at UFC 159, Jon Jones explained his ground-and-pound strategy by saying he wanted to beat Chael Sonnen at his own game.
Jon Jones nearly left one of his big toes in the Octagon on Saturday night.
The UFC announced Tuesday that light heavyweight champion Jon Jones will defend his title against Chael Sonnen in April
Just a month ago when UFC 151 was cancelled, UFC President Dana White made his opinion of trainer Greg Jackson known in a very loud manner.
Dana White has spewed venom Greg Jackson’s way before, but on Thursday the UFC boss’s anger toward the respected trainer reached unprecedented levels following the cancellation of UFC 151.
UFC president Dana White took his light heavyweight champion Jon Jones and Jones' coach Greg Jackson to task for not fighting Chael Sonnen. Jackson responded to MMAWeekly.com.
In announcing the cancellation of UFC 151, UFC president Dana White passed on some strong sentiments about Greg Jackson, as well as Chael Sonnen's lambasting of Jon Jones.
Jon Jones' coach, Greg Jackson, is the latest to publicly throw his support behind the fighter after his arrest for DWI. Jackson says Jones is "trying to do the right thing."