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.
UFC contender Chael Sonnen believes light heavyweight titleholder Jon Jones is considerably better than middleweight champion Anderson Silva.
UFC light-heavyweight champion Jon Jones has noticably dialed down the trash-talk ahead of next weekend's UFC 159 headliner with Chael Sonnen, but he's thrown a substantial accusation at the...
As he is prone to, Chael Sonnen took to poetry to explain to fans how he landed the UFC 159 bout with light heavyweight champion Jon Jones.
Five months from now, Chael Sonnen will fight for the UFC's light heavyweight title.
He hasn't registered a 205-pound win in the octagon since 2006, and he
was soundly defeated by UFC mi...
If you are a UFC light heavyweight fighter complaining about the recently announced Jon Jones vs. Chael Sonnen fight... talk to the hand.
Why Chael Sonnen? Why now? Jon Jones says he agreed to coach TUF 17 opposite Sonnen and fight him afterwards because it's time to put an end to the Chael Sonnen invasion.
It’s obvious with the announcement that UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones will coach opposite Chael Sonnen on the seventeenth season of The Ultimate Fighter and then fight afterwards ...
The UFC on Tuesday announced Jon Jones and Chael Sonnen as the next TUF coaches and a fight between the two. Oddsmakers immediately went to work, once again installing Jones as an overwhelmi...
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 and former middleweight title challenger Chael Sonnen will serve as coaches on "The Ultimate Fighter 17" on FX.
The reality-show coaching assign...
UFC light heavyweight Jon Jones has his next assignment and it includes a coaching stint on the next season of the Ultimate Fighter.
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.
Obviously disappointed to wind up on the losing end of the fight, Vitor Belfort did not hang his head nor did he make excuses after Jon Jones beat him at UFC 152 on Saturday night.
The champ was tested early and often Saturday, but didn't flinch in a difficult win over a former champ.