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  • 20 days ago
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Luke Rockhold, one of the primary training partners of Daniel Cormier, talks about the brawl with Jon Jones, and helping his teammate for the title fight. Luke Rockhold spoke about Daniel Cormier and Jon Jones' infamous brawl, and while a few people say it's 'bad for the sport', the former Strikeforce champion doesn't have any problems about it. He even says, any fines or repercussions that the UFC doles out for their actions aren't really going to matter. "I’m all for it," Rockhold told Submiss read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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Jon Jones snapped Glover Teixeira’s 20-fight win streak at UFC 172, and the Brazilian is gunning for a rematch. Teixeira, who avoided surgery for a torn labrum in his right shoulder after his title fight with Jones, wants to get back in action around October or November, and he wants to face a fellow top light heavyweight contender. "I hope that my return to the UFC happens around October and November," Teixeira said in a release. "I don’t care who the opponent is, provided that he’s in the top read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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All eyes will be on the huge main event in Atlanta, yet several subplots on the MMA circuit are worth discussing. read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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Check out the UFC's look at Jon Jones and his victory over Lyoto Machida at UFC 140, leading up to his April 21 showdown at UFC 145 with Rashad Evans. read news >>

  • 3 years ago
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The injury that forced UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones to withdraw from his first title defense at UFC 133 will not require surgery, contradicting earlier diagnoses. read news >>

  • 3 years ago
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Gegard Mousasi sees Keith Jardine as a gauge of sorts in comparing himself to UFC fighters, heading into their Strikeforce showdown on Saturday night. He also relishes the idea of fighting UFC champion Jon Jones. Read More >> read news >>

  • 6 hours ago
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And "The Reem" also doesn't see why the big boss has an issue with the two men training together. They are, after all, "training" partners. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) President Dana White was none too happy when learning that his light heavyweight champion, Jon Jones, suffered an injury was because he was training with the much larger Alistair Overeem. An injury that forced "Bones" out of his scheduled title fight against Daniel Cormier, which was set to go down at UFC 178 on Sept. 27, read news >>

  • 12 hours 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 >>

  • 21 hours ago
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‘Frustrated’ Dana White wants Greg Jackson to explain why injured Jon Jones was training with Alistair Overeem read news >>

  • 2 days ago
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Aside from Jon Jones vs. Alexander Gustafsson, TJ Dillashaw vs. Renan Barao 2 was the most anticipated of all championship rematches. Because of apparent complications with Barao's weight cut, that bout won't be happening. Former Bellator champion Joe Soto is stepping up to face Dillashaw. The headliner isn't the only cancellation crippling the UFC 177 show. Former Olympic gold medalist Henry Cejudo was pulled from what would have been his UFC debut against Scott Jorgensen. This ought to be inte read news >>

  • 2 days ago
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SACRAMENTO, Calif. - For two years, Joe Soto and Jon Jones were both roommates and wrestling teammates at Iowa Central Community College. Jones, of course, has gone on to become UFC light heavyweight champion and the world's best pound-for-pound mixed martial artist. Soto has a respectable MMA career in his own right, as the former Bellator featherweight and current Tachi Palace Fights bantamweight champion. And now that he unexpectedly had an opportunity to win UFC gold dumped into his lap, Sot read news >>

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