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It was one of the nastiest finishes in UFC history as Jon Jones submitted Lyoto Machida at UFC 140 to retain his light heavyweight title. Retweet this Share on Facebook read news >>

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Jon Jones doesn’t want just any title contender standing across the cage from him for his next title defense—he wants an Olympic wrestler. The problem is, Alexander Gustafsson, the man who’s already been promised a title shot after first fighting Jones to a close decision in September and then disposing of Jimi Manuwa in March, doesn’t have any Olympic wrestling experience. In a brief Instagram video, Jones gave insight on why he’s yet to sign on to fight the Swede. Asking for an undefeated Olym read news >>

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American Top Team Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu instructor Jonatas 'Tagarela' Gurgel is back for another teaching segment, this time breaking down Matt Riddle's slick standing arm triangle he used to submit Chris Clements at UFC 149. read news >>

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“The Ultimate Fighter” Season 14 finalist Dennis Bermudez submitted Tommy Hayden with a standing guillotine choke at UFC 150 “Henderson vs. Edgar 2” on Saturday at the Pepsi Center in Denver. Bermudez (9-3, 2-1 UFC) brought the featherweight to a close 4:43 into round one. read news >>

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MMAWeekly.com is proud to welcome Jonatas 'Tagarela' Gurgel to the site as he will be presenting a series of instructional videos in the coming months. Retweet this Share on Facebook • Email • StumbleUpon read news >>

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Michael Bisping says that unlike what Jon Jones is accused of, with him, what you see is what you get. If there's one thing with Michael Bisping, he always gives good sound bites. He's brash, confident and always speaks his mind. According to Bisping, unlike the UFC light heavyweight champ in Jon Jones, no one can ever accuse him of being fake. He spoke to Submission Radio about it: "I get under (Rockhold's) skin and I tell you what, I get such a kick out of it 'cause I just know his blood is bo read news >>

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Ronaldo “Jacare” Souza’s third-round guillotine choke of Gegard Mousasi at UFC Fight Night 50 established the Brazilian as one of the top contenders for Chris Weidman’s UFC middleweight title. With the win, Souza made a strong case for the next title shot, but the UFC has the opportunity to build him up as a true No. 1 contender if they match him up with the winner of Luke Rockhold vs. Michael Bisping. Those two will end their trash talk and finally step into the cage on November 8 in Sydney, Au read news >>

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Michael Bisping wasn't hacked, isn't turning heel, and sure as hell won't be apologizing for anything he's said or done throughout his mixed martial arts (MMA) career. Well, almost. That's because Bisping -- who fights Luke Rockhold later this year in Australia -- is just like the company he works for, "as real as it gets," which separates him from other top stars in Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), like light heavyweight kingpin Jon Jones. "The Count" elaborates to Submission Radio: "I get read news >>

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UFC president, Dana White discusses Jon Jones' popularity, doesn't feel that racism comes into play. UFC Light-heavyweight champ, Jon Jones has been a lightning rod of controversy for years. From his "Now you see it, now you don't" Twitter and Instagram posts, comments on competition, or brawling at press conferences, one can legitimately conclude that "Bones" gets people jawing about him. Recently, Joe Rogan was discussing Jones on his Joe Rogan Experience podcast, and questioned whether Jones read news >>

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And it has nothing to do with the color of his skin. Joe Rogan recently came out and said that his comments about Jon Jones' lack of popularity and racism somewhat intertwining, were misinterpreted by "click" hungry media members. The hot-button issue, naturally, was soon brought up in a conversation with Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) president Dana White on a recent edition of "The Download," and the Las Vegas fight boss defended his color commentator's comments, saying that they were in read news >>

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