Dana White has spewed venom Greg Jackson’s way before, but on Thursday the UFC boss’s anger toward the respected trainer reached unprecedented levels following the cancellation of UFC 151. read news >>
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Just a month ago when UFC 151 was cancelled, UFC President Dana White made his opinion of trainer Greg Jackson known in a very loud manner. read news >>
UFC president Dana White took his light heavyweight champion Jon Jones and Jones' coach Greg Jackson to task for not fighting Chael Sonnen. Jackson responded to MMAWeekly.com. read news >>
In announcing the cancellation of UFC 151, UFC president Dana White passed on some strong sentiments about Greg Jackson, as well as Chael Sonnen's lambasting of Jon Jones. read news >>
By all accounts, Alistair Overeem has been nothing but a welcome addition to Greg Jackson's camp in Albuquerque, but being the guy even partially responsible for derailing UFC 178 isn't a good look for anybody. After it was revealed UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones had suffered a torn left meniscus and a sprained ankle earlier this week, Jackson explains the injury took place when Jones was working to defend a takedown from Overeem in training.
"It's part of the game, it wasn't like ... read news >>
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Sure, blame the new guy!
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) light heavyweight champion Jon Jones suffered a leg injury serious enough to bounce him from the UFC 178 pay-per-view (PPV) main event, scheduled for Sept. 27, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada. As a result, his 205-pound title defense against Daniel Cormier will be shifted to UFC 182 in early 2015.
So, what happened?
It appears "Bones" was unintentionally broken by a takedown attempt from UFC heavyweight Alistair Overeem, who joined the Jack read news >>
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Greg Jackson thinks Jon Jones would rather fight Daniel Cormier than rematch Alexander Gustafsson in the spirit of finding a new mountain to climb.
Jon Jones made waves in the MMA world with his recent delays in signing the bout agreement for a rematch with Alexander Gustafsson. After the delays made news, it came out (via Dana White) that Jones was requesting a fight with Daniel Cormier, who is supposed to get the winner of Jones/Gustafsson 2 in a title fight. The move has been criticized by so read news >>
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If you're looking to Greg Jackson for answers regarding the stalling behind contract negotiations between UFC and Jon Jones, you're asking the wrong person, because all Jackson does is "hold the bucket and yell" as Jon's trainer, not his manager. Greg Jackson is geared up and ready to start training Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) light heavyweight champion Jon Jones for his upcoming rematch against Alexander Gustafsson, targeted for UFC 177 on Aug. 30, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada. That's jus read news >>
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If you want to know whether Greg Jackson is concerned about the outcome of a fight, listen for his voice outside the cage. But he didn’t have to do much yelling for star pupil Jon Jones’ latest victory. Filed under: News, Only on Junkie, UFC, Videos Tagged: (...) read news >>
- 4 months ago
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UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones spoke to Bloody Elbow regarding the dynamic between himself and his coaches Greg Jackson and Mike Winkeljohn Picture UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones sitting on his stool between rounds, his back against the Octagon. Now, besides Jones, what other individual do you picture in that scenario? Odds are good that the first person that comes to mind is Jones' coach Greg Jackson. It's also very likely that in your head you hear Jackson telling Jones to read news >>
- 5 months ago
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If Jon Jones hopes to successfully defend his light-heavyweight title in UFC 172′s headliner with Glover Teixeira, his trainer said he needs to avoid one potentially critical mistake.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos Tagged: Alexender Gustafsson, Carlos Condit, (...) read news >>