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  • a year ago
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The decision for the Jon Jones-Alexander Gustafsson fight drew some sharp Twitter criticism. read news >>

  • 9 months ago
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After a close decision win over Alexander Gustafsson, Jon Jones had a lot to prove heading into his UFC 172 main event against Glover Teixeira last night (Sat., April 26, 2014) from Baltimore, Maryland. "Bones" stepped up to the plate and delivered one of his best performances, defeating Teixeira with a surgically precise strategy. Check out our breakdown of his record-extending title defense below! Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) light heavyweight champion Jon Jones made his awaited return read news >>

  • 7 days ago
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This Saturday, the UFC heads to a massive indoor arena in Sweden for UFC on Fox 14. The main event features the ultra-smooth Alexander Gustafsson taking on Anthony Johnson, who used to be a welterweight but is now one of the most terrifying men in mixed martial arts. To the layman, this might feel like a setup for Gustafsson. Win the fight, get a rematch with Jon Jones. They faced off back in September 2013, and Gustafsson took Jones to the limit in the best fight of the year before losing a una read news >>

  • 26 days ago
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After a unanimous decision against Daniel Cormier in a fight he controlled most of the way, Jon Jones once again proved he is the best pound-for-pound fighter in the UFC. While many folks couldn't wait to see Jones do battle with the two-time Olympic wrestler, it was Jones who proved definitively that he was the superior fighter. That means for UFC fans, there are really two fights left they likely want to see more than any other possibilities—a matchup against heavyweight Cain Velasquez and a r read news >>

  • 27 days ago
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One of the biggest criticisms surrounding UFC of late is that the company has added so many events to the schedule that it's watered down the product. However, UFC 182 proved the company can still put on a great show every now and then. In the main event, Jon Jones retained his light heavyweight title, beating Daniel Cormier by unanimous decision. UFC women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey felt that Jones was a deserving winner: The animosity between the two fighters often spilled over when read news >>

  • 27 days ago
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Jon Jones remains the best light heavyweight in the world, dispatching of rival Daniel Cormier with a five round decision. Daniel Cormier fought great against Jon Jones for three rounds in the main event of UFC 182. But, when it was time for the championship rounds, it was Jones that showed that he was simply the better fighter. For three rounds there was a real battle, Cormier was doing outstanding work in the clinch, landing to the body and to the head, finding a lot of success with uppercuts. read news >>

  • 27 days ago
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Jon Jones retains his UFC light heavyweight championship by unanimous decision, outworking Daniel Cormier. Daniel Cormier's corner told him that he needs to get a stoppage against Jon Jones in the last round of the UFC 182 main event. Cormier came out and landed a nice punch, went for a takedown but couldn't get it. Jones pushed him into the cage and started landing big shots to the body. Jones was looking for a takedown against the cage again, Cormier was defending, but defending meant that he read news >>

  • 27 days ago
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The light heavyweight bout between Jon "Bones" Jones and Daniel Cormier at UFC 182 is arguably the most highly anticipated fight ever, and there has been no shortage of hype leading up to it. MMA fans have had an extra long wait for this contest since Jones was forced to pull out of the original fight at UFC 178. That has only served to build even more excitement, though, and things are finally set to come to a head Saturday in Las Vegas. The importance of this fight is lost on no one, but it be read news >>

  • 28 days ago
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With the first Twitter Mailbag of 2015, we go ahead and get all the way pumped for UFC 182 and the main event bout between UFC light heavyweight champ Jon Jones and challenger Daniel Cormier. You guys, it’s finally here. Almost.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

  • a month ago
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The week's most interesting bits from the MMA and UFC twitter world A few updates on what's been going on in the MMA & UFC Twitterverse -- There's a ton of tweets below, but first, don't forget to follow me on twitter and instagram: @antontabuena Oh, and these guys are probably worth following as well: The Official BloodyElbow Twitter Account, Kid Nate, Brent Brookhouse, Richard Wade, Chris Barton, D.E.O, Scott Broussard, Matt Bishop, Fraser Coffeen, Dallas Winston, KJ Gould, Ben Thapa, T.P. Gra read news >>

  • 5 months ago
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"Clowns" are supposed to make people laugh. Unfortunately "The Mauler" is still not happy. After Alexander Gustafsson caught wind of the injury to Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Light Heavyweight Champion Jon Jones, one that forced a delay in his title fight against Daniel Cormier (details here), Gustafsson called to get his rematch against Jones back. After all, now that he has taken care of the knee issue which bounced him from his title fight against "Bones," which was supposed to go do read news >>

  • 5 months ago
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If you thought Alexander Gustafsson would regret his snap reaction to Tuesday’s news of the Jon Jones vs. Daniel Cormier title-fight rescheduling, think again.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC read news >>

  • 5 months ago
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February 2013. UFC 156. After a hotly contested featherweight title fight, 145-pound champion Jose Aldo sits down next to Dana White and is told some strange news. Top lightweight contender Anthony "Showtime" Pettis had called the UFC president. He wanted to forego his shot at lightweight champion Ben Henderson in favor of a fight with Aldo. White loved the idea. Aldo, however, did not. Scarface had been so dominant for so long that he was poised to clear out a division in a way MMA fans had nev read news >>

  • 5 months ago
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Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier gave fans a special treat—and the UFC promotional brass a massive headache—when they came to blows while doing a media staredown. Jones got in Cormier's face. Cormier shoved Jones back. Jones threw a punch. UFC public relations bigwig Dave Sholler got knocked through the back of the set. The two light heavyweights fell back into the potted plants behind the UFC banner. All right in front of the assembled MMA media! Naturally, Twitter blew up with the news, with react read news >>

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