Jones Jones offered an apology to fans disappointed by the Jones vs. Cormier fight delay, but also revealed that the injury causing it was severe enough to need surgery. read news >>
Daniel Cormier appeared on Fox Sports 1's America's Pregame Show on Aug. 12 shortly after the news broke that Jon Jones has been forced out of UFC 178 with a leg injury. DC responded to the news. read news >>
In addition, "All American" says he is okay with having to answer the bevy of questions that are sure to come with facing a man with a history of failed drug tests. Not long after the dust cleared from his latest title defense against Lyoto Machida at UFC 175 (video), Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight champion Chris Weidman was booked to face Vitor Belfort in the main event of UFC 181 on Dec. 6, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
A fight "All American" was asking for all along, and vice read news >>
UFC lightweight competitor Donald Cerrone is disappointed that all three attempts to schedule a match-up with Khabib Nurmagomedov have been thwarted for varying reasons. After three failed attempts to schedule the match-up, Donald Cerrone is concerned that the potential clash with Khabib Nurmagomedov is simply not written in the stars.
"This is the third time him and I have signed to fight and the third time that he's pulled out," Cerrone told MMAjunkie.com's Mike Bohn. "I'm kind of bummed. I wa read news >>
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Daniel Cormier says he would be 'very disappointed' if Jon Jones doesn't target his injured knee at UFC 178. The champion has responded, saying he will 'try' to give him his wish.
Late Monday night, Jon Jones had another one of those deleted tweets where he talks smack to his opponent, only to erase the message shortly after. Of course, with the internet, nothing really stays deleted anymore so here's a screen shot courtesy of SBN writer David St. Martin: I actually wish he was addressing DC abo read news >>
"Mighty Mouse" admits he was a little disappointed in the low buy rates for UFC 174, but that doesn't mean he'll stoop to trash talking in order to generate interest in his future fights. Instead, he'll keep being the "most technical fighter in the world" and keep dominating his opponents. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) President Dana White recently revealed that business was alive and well for the world's largest mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion.
While that may very well be the case, it read news >>
Famed Japanese lightweight Shinya Aoki discusses his disappointing featherweight debut and preparing for his first fight in Dubai against Kamal Shalorus. After what he considered to be a disappointing debut at featherweight, Shinya Aoki is back at 155lb, where he will meet UFC veteran Kamal Shalorus in the Iranian's One FC debut.
The famed submission specialist has been placed in one of the feature fights of the promotion's debut event in the Middle East region. Although the country he will be v read news >>
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Recent flyweight title challenger Ali Bagautinov failed a random drug test prior to his UFC 174 championship bout with Demetrious Johnson, a fight which took place on June 14, and needless to say, UFC President Dana White isn't happy about it. White was succinct in addressing the situation when he made a comment to Kevin Iole of Yahoo Sports.
"I'm beyond disappointed," White said about Bagautinov's positive test. "We're not paying lip service to this. We're trying to clean this up. It's hurting read news >>
UFC has issued an official statement on the heels of Ali Bagautinov's failed drug test, which was administered prior to his fight against Demetrious Johnson at UFC 174. Ali Bagautinov was suspended by the British Columbia Athletic Commission (BCAC) for testing positive for Recombinant Human Erythropoietin (EPO) following his loss to flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson on June 14, 2014 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, forbidding him from competing in the province for one year.
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LAS VEGAS -- Kenny Robertson talks about being disappointed with his performance against Ildemar Alcantara at UFC 175, winning by decision for only the second time, how he developed his unique style, and more. read news >>
When one of Mike Dolce's most famous clients, Chael Sonnen, got busted a second time in less than a month for banned substances, MMA's most famous nutritionist had to separate business from friendship.
"As a friend, I support Chael, I love the guy, he's done amazing things," Dolce said on Monday's edition of The MMA Hour. "On a professional level, it is certainly disappointing."
On Saturday night, MMAFighting.com broke the news that Sonnen failed a second Nevada Athletic Commission drug test,jus read news >>