- 2 years ago
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Lyoto Machida is officially next in line to challenge for the UFC light heavyweight championship. read news >>
The winner of the UFC 157: Rousey vs. Carmouche co-main event between Lyoto Machida and Dan Henderson will get a title shot. read news >>
Former UFC light heavyweight titleholder Lyoto “The Dragon” Machida believes the winner of his UFC 157 co-main event bout with Dan Henderson should be next in line for a title shot. read news >>
In a bit of a surprise announcement, Dana White booked the next lightweight title fight shortly after the most recent one. T.J. Grant and Gray Maynard's fight at UFC 160 next month will determine Benson Henderson's next challenger. read news >>
Lyoto Machida defeated Dan Henderson at UFC 157: Rousey vs. Carmouche on Saturday, earning a title shot against the winner of Jon Jones and Chael Sonnen. read news >>
There are a lot of options for contenders in the UFC light heavyweight division but Dana White confirms that if Dan Henderson wins his next fight, he will get his long awaited title shot. read news >>
- 2 years ago
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Former champion Lyoto Machida isn't likely to have to go to the back of the line for another UFC light heavyweight title shot, but he's no longer the next in line. read news >>
- 2 years ago
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UFC officials announced early Friday morning that Jon Jones will not meet Lyoto Machida as previously announced at UFC 152. Instead “Bones” will defend his light heavyweight title against another ex-champion in Vitor Belfort. read news >>
- 2 years ago
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Lyoto Machida believes UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones has a weakness - even if he may be unsure of what it is, specifically.
Machida, himself a former champ, on Saturday found himself in the coveted "next contender" position once again. His dominant win over Ryan Bader at UFC on FOX 4 in Los Angeles put him at the front of the pack.
Of course, whether or not he'll have to worry about finding Jones' weakness remains to be seen since Jones still must get past Dan Henderson in h read news >>
- 4 years ago
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SAN FRANCISCO - The winner of Saturday's UFC 117 co-main event between Jon Fitch and Thiago Alves will, in fact, get a shot at the title.
UFC president Dana White confirmed the expected plans during today's pre-UFC 117 press conference at the Hilton San Francisco Fisherman's Wharf hotel in California.
The winner will be in line after Josh Koscheck, who meets current champ and "The Ultimate Fighter 12" rival coach Georges St-Pierre at a tentatively planned Dec 11 UFC 124 event.
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Because a win over "The Dragon" more than proves he's ready to vie for a championship. It's been a pretty successful year for C.B. Dollaway, reeling off two straight victories over Cezar Ferreira and top contender Francis Carmont. Those impressive wins earned "Doberman" his highest-profile fight to date, as he is set to challenge former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) light heavyweight champion Lyoto Machida at UFC Fight Night 58, which goes down this weekend (Sat., Dec. 20, 2014) in Sao Pa read news >>
UFC president Dana White talks Georges St-Pierre, Jon Jones and Eddie Alvarez in the latest edition of "The Download." read news >>
UFC President Dana White previews the upcoming main event between Gegard Mousasi and Ronaldo ‘Jacare’ Souza and proclaims the eventual winner ‘pretty damn close’ to a title shot. Following the less-than-stellar line-up that was featured at last week's UFC 177 pay-per-view event, the UFC will rebound with a fantastic Fight Night event live from Foxwood, Connecticut. Apart from all the exciting match-ups on the undercard, the event will culminate with a five-round middleweight main event between G read news >>
UFC president Dana White joined the Jacare vs. Mousasi weigh-in show on Fox Sports 1 on Thursday to break down the fight card, including the main event, of which he said the winner will be "damn close" to a title shot. read news >>