Results for: Former PRIDE UFC fighter Enson Inoue sees sides Jon Jones 151 in news

  • 2 years ago
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Everyone seems to have an opinion on the recent Jon Jones/UFC 151 debacle. Enson Inoue has been able to step back and see both sides of the argument - the side of Jones, who turned down a replacement fight that led to the cancellation of UFC 151, and the side of the UFC and fans who are plenty irked at what went down. For Inoue, it comes down to more than just being a fighter. It's about being a samurai and being able to understand fears. read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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Unlike UFC President Dana White, heavyweight Alistair Overeem sees no reason why he shouldn’t train with 205-pound champion Jon Jones.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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Your weekly look at what big-show veterans and notable journeymen are up to on the regional circuit. Ben Fodor, brother to Strikeforce and UFC veteran Caros Fodor, has likely made more headlines than anyone else fighting this weekend, despite having yet to make a major promotional debut. A costumed-crime-fighter alter-ego will do that for a guy. When not foiling bus robberies or blasting ne'er-do-wells with pepper spray in the guise of costumed vigilante Phoenix Jones, Fodor has been plugging aw read news >>

  • 6 months ago
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Bas Rutten recently criticized UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones, calling part of what he does a "dirty fighter" tactic. A firestorm ensued. Wednesday night, Rutten explained his comments. read news >>

  • 6 months ago
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Former UFC champ Bas Rutten pulls no punches, declaring that current light heavyweight champion Jon Jones is a dirty fighter... but, Rutten says Jones can be beaten. read news >>

  • 6 months ago
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Is Jon Jones a dirty fighter? After the UFC light-heavyweight champion’s latest title defense, “Inside MMA” host Bas Rutten said it’s an unfortunate fact.Filed under: News, UFC, Videos read news >>

  • 6 months ago
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UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Jon Jones is a dirty fighter who knows exactly what he is doing when he puts his fingers in the eyes of his opponents, according to Bas Rutten, who claims that "Bones" is too smart and technical to do it by accident. read news >>

  • 6 months ago
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Former UFC heavyweight champion Bas Rutten pulled no punches on Inside MMA, as he stated that he believes Jon Jones is a dirty fighter. read news >>

  • 6 months ago
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Light heavyweight fighter Phil Davis put reigning champion Jon Jones on blast prior to UFC 172. A bold move, considering no one has been able to stop Jones in the Octagon (with only a controversial disqualification the single blemish on his record). Jones clowned on Davis after defeating Glover Teixeira at UFC 172, but apparently he wasn't done. The above Instagram post says it all. He also took the opportunity to tease the legendary Chuck Liddell. This was posted with the caption: "Talking all read news >>

  • 6 months ago
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Jon Jones continues to assert himself as the top pound-for-pound fighter in MMA today. In doing so, he's getting closer and closer to becoming the greatest pound-for-pound fighter in MMA history. On Saturday, Bones took care of business against Glover Teixeira. The champion roughed the Brazilian up in the clinch and mixed things up with multiple takedowns as well. Now having earned seven consecutive title defenses, Jones has a longer UFC reign than any current champion with the promotion. The li read news >>

  • 6 months ago
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Even when he emerges from the Octagon victorious, UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones just can't win. Following his UFC 172 destruction of Glover Teixeira in Baltimore—a performance aptly described as "artistic" by Jones' coach Greg Jackson—Jones can't escape the critics who deem him a "dirty" fighter. They're all over MMA forums like Reddit, and their voice is loud. It's angry. Jones' dominance inside the Octagon is clear, but it's the little things—stretching out his hand, fingers flared read news >>

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