The UFC’s year-end card has added a bout between two of the lightweight division’s top talents, as Gray Maynard will lock horns with Joe Lauzon on Dec. 29.
A lightweight bout between Joe Lauzon and Gray Maynard is slotted for UFC 155, which is the UFC's traditional year-end event.
UFC officials today announced the fight.
Although not ...
Gray Maynard has pulled out of his UFC 155 clash with Joe Lauzon due to a knee injury.
A lightweight bout for December's UFC 155 event has undergone a makeover as Jim Miller steps in to replace an injured Gray Maynard and now faces Joe Lauzon.
UFC officials today announced ...
Less than an hour after announcing that Shane Carwin blew out his knee, UFC officials were once again reporting another injury. Gray Maynard is injured and out of his UFC 155 bout with Joe L...
UFC 155, the promotion's big year-end event, is already taking shape as the promotion added Joe Lauzon vs. Gray Maynard on Monday.
With Matt Brown’s back injury forcing the late scratch of a bout between “The Immortal” and Carlos Condit, a lightweight matchup between Mac Danzig and Joe Lauzon has been ...
Power wrestler Gray Maynard shows that he's got knockout skills in his arsenal with this one-punch knockout.
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Jim Miller vs Joe Lauzon UFC 155Joe Lauzon may not have come out on the winning end of his UF 155 fight with Jim Miller, but in the end, he left more people buzzing about the fight than poss...
Jamie Varner finally put out the fire he had with Melvin Guillard with a win at UFC 155, but now he's got his sights set on Joe Lauzon.
If there's a more exciting fighter to watch in the UFC than Joe Lauzon, they certainly have not proven it in 2012.
Jim Miller may have taken his UFC 155 bout with Joe Lauzon on short notice, but the New Jersey native was anything but short on offense when fight night rolled around.
Jim Miller threw everything he had at Joe Lauzon at UFC 155 on Saturday night, but try as he might, he couldn't stop Lauzon, who had too much heart to give in.
Four men walked away from the UFC’s final event of 2012 with an extra $65,000, as Jim Miller, Joe Lauzon, Todd Duffee and John Moraga each pocketed post-fight bonuses at UFC 155.