Jon Jones talks about his meeting with Dana White and says he still has unfinished business with Dan Henderson
UFC light heavyweight Dan Henderson is focused on his UFC 161 main event bout with former titleholder Rashad Evans, but feels he has unfinished business with champion Jon Jones.
Jon Jones may have retained his UFC light heavyweight championship Saturday night, but the lanky titlist was not wholly satisfied with his performance.
Just hours after defending his UFC light heavyweight championship for the third time, Jon Jones already knows who will try to take his title next.
EA Sports on Monday announced a Spring 2014 release for its forthcoming UFC game, unveiling a trailer that you can watch on MMAWeekly.com, and revealing gameplay details.
Though Dan Henderson has a tall task in front of him next week, legacy doesn't appear to be an issue.
Henderson on Sept. 1 gets a shot at Jon Jones and the light heavyweight title in th...
UFC president Dana White reacts to light heavyweight champion Jon Jones' allegations that his phone was hacked leading to a series of homophobic comments on Instagram.
QUEBEC CITY – UFC President Dana White says the homophobic slurs posted on light heavyweight champion Jon Jones’ Instagram account were a result of him being hacked. Filed under: News, UFC T...
“At the end of the day, Dana (White), he has a business here. It was his vision, and he owes it to himself to make as much money as he can, and it seems like that’s what he’...
LAS VEGAS – While his withdrawal from UFC 169 was called a miscommunication, UFC light heavyweight Jon Jones’ subsequent removal from UFC 170 recently came with no explanation. However...
Less than 24 hours after announcing that Jon Jones would put his belt on the line against Glover Teixeira at UFC 170, UFC officials again had to retract the champ’s next scheduled date.
UFC President Dana White has a message for UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones: stick to fighting.Filed under: News, UFC Tagged: Alexander Gustafsson, Jimi Manuwa, Jon Jones
UFC President Dana White has a message for UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones: stick to fighting.
UFC champion Jon Jones may have been critical of the match-ups that contenders to his belt have received, but UFC president Dana White has leveled a little criticism of his own at Jones.
Despite UFC officials initially announcing Jon Jones vs. Glover Teixeira for UFC 169 on Super Bowl weekend, UFC president Dana White says, "That was never a done deal."