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One of the most notable and often-used figures in the UFC's broadcasting stable is Jon Anik, a man UFC hired from ESPN in 2011 to help fill broadcasting roles for the UFC's expanding schedule and program offerings. Anik's hiring was announced at the UFC 137 pre-fight press conference and was to be a three-year deal. Three years have come and gone, but Anik isn't going anywhere. "I am sticking around," he told Ariel Helwani on Monday's The MMA Hour. "I've signed an extension with the UFC. Hopeful read news >>

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Rampage and Jon Fitch both show support to Wanderlei Silva following the PRIDE legend's recent retirement. After facing off three times during their careers, Quinton Jackson voiced his support for a former bitter rival in Wanderlei Silva. 'The Axe Murderer' recently released a retirement video where he also criticized the UFC for their business practices. Rampage took to twitter and gave props to his former opponent: Even tho we were enemies in the ring.. i was your fan 1st. I'm with u,and I'm g read news >>

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The MMA Hour is back in your life. Below is a rundown of Monday's show. 1:00 p.m. ET -- UFC broadcaster Jon Anik will look back at Mark Hunt's win over Roy Nelson and ahead to UFC 178. 1:25 p.m. -- UFC flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson will preview his UFC 178 title defense against Chris Cariaso. 1:45 p.m. -- Bellator lightweight title contender Michael Chandler will discuss his upcoming title fight against Will Brooks and Eddie Alvarez's UFC debut. 2:05 p.m. -- MMA legend Rich Franklin will read news >>

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Even before Alistair Overeem was knocked out (technically) by Ben Rothwell at UFC Fight Night 50 at Foxwoods, there was a dark cloud hovering over him for taking out a valuable teammate during training camp.While sparring at Greg Jackson’s gym in Albuquerque with current light heavyweight champion Jon Jones, "Bones" tore the meniscus in his knee and suffered a high ankle sprain when Overeem landed on him awkwardly. This all put the hotly anticipated title bout between Jones and Daniel Cormier -- read news >>

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SAITAMA, Japan – The UFC’s flyweight division very well may have a new contender on its hands in Kyoji Horiguchi.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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Chances are, Jon Jones will never have another 2011. To say that year was a good one for the UFC light heavyweight champion is a drastic understatement. Simply put, Jones’ 2011 may well go down as the greatest individual year any MMA fighter has ever had. Jones won four straight fights during that calendar turn, capturing the 205-pound title and defeating three former light heavyweight champions in a row in Shogun Rua, Quinton “Rampage” Jackson and Lyoto Machida. Unfortunately, the ensuing three read news >>

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Most mixed martial arts (MMA) fans got a kick out of the UFC 178 media day brawl between Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) light heavyweight champion Jon Jones and division No. 1 contender Daniel Cormier, who turned a routine appearance at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas into a violent free-for-all (watch it). Dave Sholler Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) was not amused. Now that members of the commission have reviewed the tape, it's time to dole out a pair of punishments. That mea read news >>

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The Nevada Athletic Commission has requested that Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier attend a Sept. 23 hearing to address their brawl at an Aug. 4 press conference in Las Vegas. read news >>

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After reviewing the brawl between Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier, the NSAC has filed separate complaints against the fighters that will be addressed Sept. 23. Filed under: Featured, News, UFC, Videos read news >>

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The Nevada Athletic Commission has requested that Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier attend a Sept. 23 hearing to address their brawl at an Aug. 4 press conference in Las Vegas. read news >>

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The Nevada Athletic Commission has scheduled a hearing to review the recent press-conference brawl between Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier, and both fighters have been asked to attend the hearing, according to a report on Wednesday afternoon. read news >>

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