Jon Jones is open to a potential fight against Daniel Cormier but at this point he'd rather the former Olympian just drop weight and get in the fight than talking about it.
Following his one-sided victory over Dion Staring at Strikeforce’s final event last Saturday, Daniel Cormier made his UFC intentions perfectly clear.
With a battle against Roy Nelson at UFC 166 on Saturday, Daniel Cormier has deflected most of the talk Jon Jones' criticism of him, but did have a few words to say.
LOS ANGELES – At UFC 165, UFC light heavyweight champ Jon Jones is scheduled to fight Alexander Gustafsson, after which he may or may not try his hand at heavyweight. He already has a p...
UFC heavyweight contender Daniel Cormier thinks Jon Jones would beat Anderson Silva if a superfight between the two ever happens, but added that he would fight Jones today at a catchweight o...
When Jon Jones and Chael Sonnen collide in the UFC 159 main event, Daniel Cormier believes that “Bones” will retain his title.
If Chael Sonnen beats UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones at UFC 159 on Saturday in New Jersey it will “hands down, without a doubt” be the biggest upset in UFC history.
UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones still has plans for a heavyweight move in the future, but with his weight down lately, that may not happen for a little while longer.
Cormier won't get too far against 'Bones' if he fights like he did against Dion Staring on Saturday.
Daniel Cormier has unfinished business with Frank Mir.