Chael Sonnen is facing long odds against light heavyweight champ Jon Jones. Can he pull off the upset?
UFC president Dana White says the Aug. 17 event in Boston that airs on the launch of the Fox Sports 1 channel will be "the best television card we’ve ever done."
NEW YORK – Regardless of how it shapes up over the coming weeks and months, Dana White said the UFC's return to Boston could be a special card on a number of fronts.
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The middleweight has been near the top of his sport, but has been knocked back each time.
The light heavyweight champ claims he isn't much of an athlete, but he took off when he gained confidence in himself.
Sonnen's over-the-top schtick may bother some, but it helps boost the UFC's popularity.
Jones may have a leg up on Muhammad Ali and Mike Tyson when you consider his body of work at such a young age.
Sonnen enters his UFC 159 clash against Jones as one of the largest underdogs in the promotion's history.