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Anthony Johnson was in disbelief after beating Alexander Gustafsson. Now he has his sights on UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones. read news >>

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UFC Fight Night 62 Rio de Janeiro fight card rumors and start times for March 21, 2015, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. read news >>

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UFC Fight Night 63 Fairfax fight card rumors and start times for April 4, 2015, in Fairfax, Virginia. read news >>

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After fighting seven times in the past 14 months, UFC lightweight Donald Cerrone is finally craving some time off.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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After fighting just four times in three years, all Anthony Pettis wanted for the holidays was a quick turnaround. Luckily for him, he got his wish. After becoming the first man to finish Gilbert Melendez, and doing so in almost effortless fashion, Pettis is scheduled to once again defend his UFC lightweight title, this time against Rafael dos Anjos on March 14 at UFC 185. And dos Anjos has already let it be known, he sees holes Pettis' game, and he plans on bringing the belt back to Brazil. "Tha read news >>

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Daniel Cormier believes Jon Jones has only faced adversity once as an MMA fighter. And he plans on changing that. "The only time we ever saw him in a real gritty dog fight was against Alexander Gustafsson when it was tough," Cormier said on FOX Sports 2 after UFC 182 weigh-ins Friday. "Glover Teixeira, he was in a dog fight, but it was him doing the beating. He wasn't getting much back in return. So I plan on giving him what Gustafsson gave him times 10." Cormier and Jones will finally meet Satu read news >>

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These are the times we should all hold dear. Six months from now, if things go south again and 2015 turns into a repeat of this year's drudgery, MMA fans will look back in awe at Jon Jones vs. Daniel Cormier. The extended lead-up to Saturday night's UFC 182 main event has been pure pleasure, with Jones and Cormier establishing themselves as one of the greatest pairings in our sport's short history. At this point, their actual fight will merely be the icing on the cake. Until it's over, we won't read news >>

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Twenty-one times Jon Jones has entered the fighting platform. Twenty-one times Jones has walked away victorious (seriously, go ahead and ask Matt Hamill if he thinks he won that fight). And all but once has Jones made it look easy. Too easy. He's made the Lyoto Machidas, Mauricio "Shogun" Ruas, Quinton "Rampage" Jacksons, Rashad Evans, Vitor Belforts and Chael Sonnens of the mixed martial arts world look like amateurs. Even with his limited amount of experience, Jones has managed to capitalize o read news >>

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After the Christmas holiday break, the UFC returns to pay-per-view on Saturday with “UFC 182: Jones vs. Cormier” in Las Vegas – its first offering of 2015.Filed under: News, UFC, Videos read news >>

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Sometimes a KO is just a KO, other times, it's a clear delineation of class. Alright, I know right off the bat that this list is going to look weird to a lot of readers, so I want to make it clear exactly what it is that I'm talking about when I say "meaningful KO." This isn't a list of the best highlight real knockouts, or a list of the most decisive finishes on a big stage, this is a list of KO's in which the knockout itself was instrumental in establishing the narrative between the two fighte read news >>

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This week’s Twitter Mailbag looks at the sad state of affairs for former UFC bantamweight champ Dominick Cruz, and also takes some time to highlight the biggest stories of the year, and a few of the writers who wrote them.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC read news >>

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UFC Fight Night 61 fight card rumors and start times for February 22, 2015, in Porto Alegre, Brazil. read news >>

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Lightweight champion, Anthony Pettis hopes to fight 3 times in 2015, starting in early Spring. The UFC lightweight division's reigning king, Anthony Pettis may have only fought three times in the last two years, but moving forward, he plans on getting in three fights in 2015, and wants his first bout to be in early spring. In an interview with UFC Tonight's Ariel Helwani, Pettis' manager, Mike Roberts stated that "Showtime" would like to fight in either March or April, with an immediate turnarou read news >>

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UFC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis has fought only three times in the last two years, including his title defense against Gilbert Melendez at UFC 181 on Dec. 6. Not that Pettis likes taking time off. A series of injuries and circumstances have led to his relative inactivity, a fact that Pettis bemoaned leading up to UFC 181. Pettis has made it know he wants to stay active going forward. In fact, Pettis's manager Mike Roberts told UFC Tonight's Ariel Helwani that if the champ has it his way, read news >>

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