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  • 2 years ago
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Mixed martial arts’ most talked about dream fight might still have a chance to become reality. read news >>

  • 3 years ago
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UFC champions Frankie Edgar, Anderson Silva, Jon Jones, and Cain Velasquez, at the Super 7 Q&A at UFC 129 in Toronto, spoke about the possibility of fighting the best fighters from Strikeforce. Read More >> read news >>

  • a month ago
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Two of the best fighters in MMA history got together on Monday for what was probably an amazing sparring session. Unfortunately, just a few photos serve as evidence.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

  • a month ago
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Fans have drooled over a potential matchup between Anderson Silva and Jon Jones for years now, and the two men delivered today - within the confines of the UFC headquarters, anyway. MMA fans get great matchups all the time, but it's never hard to let the imagination run wild and think about the most compelling fights possible. Champion vs. Champion. Icon vs. Icon. One of those mythical fights is current UFC light heavyweight champ Jon Jones vs. quite possibly the best of all time, Anderson Silva read news >>

  • a month ago
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The most anticipated superfight in mixed martial arts history went down on a cold Monday night in Las Vegas... kinda. Fresh from appearances at the UFC's 'The Time is Now' press conference, light heavyweight champ Jon Jones and former middleweight great Anderson Silva collided in a two-hour long sparring session at UFC headquarters, and afterwards both men were all smiles as Silva sung the praises of this "f*cking crazy guy." The Superfight between @jonnybones and @spiderandersonsilva went down read news >>

  • a month ago
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Jon Jones is two title defenses away from entertaining superfights. Outside of a close call with Alexander Gustafsson, the reigning UFC light heavyweight champ has sat on his throne for over three years, looking virtually untouchable against the world’s best contenders. There has been talk in the past of Jones moving up and competing at heavyweight after clearing out the long list of contenders in the 205-pound division. If not heavyweight, some wondered about the possibility of Jones defending read news >>

  • a month ago
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The superfight between Jon Jones and Anderson Silva finally went down last night, and it didn’t even cost a dime. On Tuesday, UFC President Dana White posted a picture on his Instagram of the two MMA legends engaged in a sparring match at UFC headquarters’ gym. Of course, it wasn’t an actual fight, but it was likely as close as we’ll ever get to seeing Jones and Silva step into the ring against one another. Jones, the seven-time defending light heavyweight champ, told the media on Monday, per MM read news >>

  • a month ago
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Jon Jones spoke about his willingness to take on UFC superfights in the future, just not if it's against Anderson Silva. Jon Jones has beaten most of the top light heavyweights the UFC has had for the past few years, and according to the dominant champ, he would be willing to look towards having super fights after a couple more wins. Jones walks around at 230 lbs, and if all goes according to plan, he would conceivably bulk up a bit to 240 lbs and look for heavyweight bouts in the future. MMA Fi read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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Research into the UFC Fight Pass stats after almost 9 months of service reveals which fighters the fans want to watch most. Yahoo's Kevin Iole has been given access to the UFC's internal Fight Pass statistics and has a very interesting report about what fights and fighters the fans want to see. Mostly it's what you'd expect although there are a couple of surprises. The most searched fighters list is (in order) Conor McGregor, Jon Jones, Nick Diaz, Anderson Silva, T.J. Dillashaw, Daniel Cormier, read news >>

  • 4 months ago
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Daniel Cormier will be stepping into the cage at UFC 178 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas to face off against Jon Jones—the greatest pound-for-pound fighter the sport has ever seen, Cormier told Ariel Helwani on The MMA Hour. Facing off against the greatest fighter ever will be no easy task regardless of Cormier's pedigree as an amateur wrestler in the Olympics and impressive accomplishments on the MMA platform. He'll look to lean on longtime training partners at the American Kickboxin read news >>

  • 4 months ago
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Because my training partners are better than yours. As Daniel Cormier and Jon Jones gear up to begin their training camps for their upcoming light heavyweight title fight at UFC 178 on Sept., 27, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada, both men will rely on the world-class fighters they have the privilege of training with on a daily basis at their respective camps. When talking about mixed martial arts (MMA) camps, perhaps there are none more celebrated than Jones' Jackson-Winkeljohn MMA gym down in Albuquer read news >>

  • 4 months ago
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Daniel Cormier says he's looking to work with two former UFC champions in Anderson Silva and Lyoto Machida to get ready for Jon Jones. Daniel Cormier already trains with high level champions such as Cain Velasquez and Luke Rockhold on a daily basis, but for this UFC title fight against Jon Jones, he may also enlist the help of the lengthy Cyrille Diabate, Phil Davis, along with two more former UFC champions. He spoke about it during his appearance at the MMA Hour: "I've got some friends and they read news >>

  • 6 months ago
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Ariel Helwani and the MMA Beat panel talk about the top issues in the UFC today including the negotiations to book Jon Jones' next title fight, Chael Sonnen vs. Vitor Belfort and the circus around UFC 175 as well as a possible Nick Diaz vs. Anderson Silva bout. read news >>

  • 8 months ago
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No one's forcing you to like Jon Jones. We still live in a hypothetically free country and it's your right to hate him if you so choose. But if you're can't appreciate the show the UFC light heavyweight champion puts on every time he steps into the Octagon by this stage of the game, well, maybe you should pursue a hobby other than combat sports. Jones was at it again on Saturday night in the main event of UFC 172, looking like a man among boys, an artist, a maestro, whatever comparison you wish read news >>

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