UFC light heavyweight champ Jon Jones will move to heavyweight, but he might not do it as soon as expected.
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 light heavyweight champion Jon Jones has been sidelined ever since his UFC 159 victory over Chael Sonnen. He returned to training on Tuesday.
UFC fighter Chael Sonnen says his UFC 159 fight with light heavyweight champion Jon Jones was stopped early.
Alexander Gustafsson is a sizable underdog heading into his fight with light-heavyweight champ Jon Jones, who is as high as an 8-to-1 favorite to retain his belt when they meet at UFC 165 in...
UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva dropped in to chat with UFC Tonight, discussing Chris Weidman, Jon Jones, Georges St-Pierre, retirement, and much more.
One day after telling a group of reporters that he didn't think he could beat Jon Jones, UFC middleweight champ Anderson Silva is apparently doing a bit of an about face.
After Donald Cerrone tweeted some nasty gashes, fellow UFC 160 fighter Mark Hunt has published some gore of his own.
UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones’ broken toe isn’t broken after all.
Any sound opinion is one worth parroting. In this case, it's about how Chael Sonnen can possibly beat a man who, by all indications, is equal or superior than him in all aspects of figh...
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.
A backstage injury didn't turn out to be as severe as Ross Pearson originally thought.
There have been plenty of people questioning Chael Sonnen's title shot against Jon Jones, but controversial or not, the two are officially slated to headline UFC 159 in New Jersey.
UFC president Dana White went on Fuel TV following UFC on Fox 5 on Saturday night, among other things, he divulged that Dan Henderson's knee may not be ready for Lyoto Machida.
BJ Penn's motivation has been questioned in the past, but with several past and current champions in his UFC on Fox 5 camp, there should be little doubt.