UFC light-heavyweight champion Jon Jones apparently is warming up to the idea of a fight with Chael Sonnen.
Even if the brash middleweight doesn't deserve it, the champ said.
A broken toe couldn't even stop Jones in his fifth consecutive UFC light heavyweight title defense.
UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones on Wednesday apologized for accusing Chael Sonnen of career-long steroid abuse.
The UFC announced Tuesday that light heavyweight champion Jon Jones will defend his title against Chael Sonnen in April
UFC light-heavyweight champion Jon Jones has opened as a -600, or 6-to-1, favorite over upcoming opponent Chael Sonnen, who's a +400 underdog.
Veteran oddsmakers Joey Oddessa today conf...
UFC President Dana White is livid at Jon Jones following the light heavyweight champ's decision to turn down a short-notice fight with Chael Sonnen for UFC 151.
Although Jones now has b...
Chael Sonnen is at it again.
On the same day his boss said a December win won't get him a title shot against light heavyweight champion Jon Jones, the two-time middleweight title challe...
Chael Sonnen hasn't fought in a UFC
light-heavyweight matchup since 2005, but that isn't stopping him from
taking dead aim at the champion of the division.
While co-hosting Tuesday's ne...
Check out Chael Sonnen's Fox Sports Live interview with UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones.
UFC fighter Chael Sonnen says his UFC 159 fight with light heavyweight champion Jon Jones was stopped early.
Chael Sonnen on Tuesday night fielded questions from his broadcast partner, Kenny Florian, ranging from breaking down the Jon Jones fight to retirement to his feud with Wanderlei Silva.
Jon Jones was back in the building where he became the youngest champion in UFC history, and he came away with yet another dominant performance. Check out the UFC's behind-the-scenes "Backst...
Chael Sonnen may have lost Saturday night at UFC 159, but he is far from a beaten man.
Check out UFC 159: Jones vs. Sonnen fight highlights from the Jon Jones vs. Chael Sonnen main event on April 27 at the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J.
UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones once again put his name in the UFC's record books, and he survived a gruesome injury to do it.