- 3 years ago
- 110 views
A lingering hand injury that forced Jon Jones out of a planned UFC 133
matchup with Rashad
Evans will not require surgery.
Jones was scheduled to go under the knife on Thursday to repair ligament
damage in his right hand, but a pre-op insepction revealed
something initial testing had not: while the champ was certainly
suffering from a painful injury, surgery was more of a choice than a
While the decision to delay surgery until absolutely necessary means
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- 11 months ago
- 42 views
UFC welterweight champion Johny Hendricks had successful surgery on his biceps on Monday and plans on returning to training in four to eight weeks, according to a report on Wednesday. read news >>
Dana's face is priceless! Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) brass put together a special "Welcome to the Show" press conference this afternoon (Sat., Feb. 28, 2015), highlighting several of the upcoming major bouts the world's leading mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion has scheduled in the coming months. Watch the replay of the press conference here. After about two hours of introductions, media questions, and a fantastic fan Q & A, White announced to the glee of everyone watching and in atte read news >>
- a month ago
- 108 views
He may be a biased party, but as a former champion, Rashad Evans’ opinion carries some weight. And he’s got a bold prediction for the UFC light-heavyweight title.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>
LAS VEGAS – Jon Jones recently admitted he might have misrepresented the facts regarding the termination of his Nike endorsement deal. But today he made it clear he doesn’t believe he outright lied.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>
- 3 months ago
- 24 views
Watch UFC Light Heavyweight champ Jon Jones face off with bitter rival Daniel Cormier, UFC Middleweight champ Chris Weidman stare down challenger Vitor Belfort, UFC women's bantamweight champ Ronda Rousey and challenger Cat Zingano mean mug as well as Anderson Silva vs. Nick Diaz, Conor McGregor vs. Dennis Siver, Alexander Gustafsson vs. Anthony Johnson and Lyoto Machita vs. C.B. Dollaway. read news >>
- 6 months ago
- 29 views
Post-knee surgery, UFC light heavyweight champ Jon Jones took the leap to WWE on Sunday alongside Brock Lesnar, Mike Tyson, Hulk Hogan, and others. read news >>
Jon Jones went under the knife for the first time in his career on Thursday, and from all indications, it was a success.Filed under: MMA Rumors, News, UFC read news >>
UFC champion Jon Jones has apologized for the injury that recently forced a rescheduling of his title fight with Daniel Cormier, and he said he’s set to undergo surgery on Thursday.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>
- 10 months ago
- 96 views
The look on Glover Teixeira's face towards the end of his five-round fight with UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones told the story of the fight. There was exhaustion there. Amazement, too. And, in the glint of the bright hanging lights, there was something worse—resignation. Teixeira fought hard until the very end because that's what fighters do and Teixeira is the real thing. But he never stood a chance against Jones. In his heart, after four rounds, of fighting, he knew it. The fight, rem read news >>
- 11 months ago
- 984 views
“At the end of the day, Dana (White), he has a business here. It was his vision, and he owes it to himself to make as much money as he can, and it seems like that’s what he’s doing.”Filed under: Featured, Featured Videos, MMA Rumors, News, UFC, Videos (...) read news >>
UFC champ Jone Jones talk about TRT and steroids, Chael Sonnen, TUF 17 Finale interview, Rashad Evans and more. read news >>
- 2 years ago
- 1355 views
LAS VEGAS - At 25 years old, UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones is already among the greatest fighters to have competed for the world's largest MMA promotion.
He's beaten five former UFC champions in the past 20 months, and recently signed a deal to become the global MMA face for Nike.
But Jones believes those accomplishments are the beginning. Plenty of records are left to be broken, and there also may be another belt in his future: the UFC heavyweight title.
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- 2 years ago
- 116 views
Jon Jones next week defends his light heavyweight title for the first time since April, and he'll be looking to get back to his finishing ways.
Against Rashad Evans at UFC 145, Jones had a fight go the distance for the first time since a January 2009 win over Stephan Bonnar. Before that, the champion had seven straight finishes.
But on Tuesday, Jones said he didn't have the same finishing instincts against his former friend and training partner that he has showed in other fights.
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