- 15 days ago
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Hours after their brawl at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas during the UFC 178 promotional media day (watch it), Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier appeared together on FOX Sports Live shortly after midnight (ET). To make sure no more punches were thrown, the two were placed in separate areas of the studio.
A good old fashioned donnybrook broke out at Monday's UFC 178 media day inside the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, where UFC was promoting its Sept. 27 showdown between light heavyweight champion Jon Jones and n read news >>
Jon Jones has gone back on earlier statements, and now states that we should expect some very malicious and very violent things to happen when he faces Daniel Cormier at UFC 178.
Several hours after the brawl and they're still fired up. During a segment with Fox Sports 1, Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier asked to be in separate rooms while doing the interview, stating that they couldn't guarantee they will be able to prevent another altercation if they were next to each other.
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- 4 months ago
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Wyoming MMA Board Treasurer Bryan Pedersen discusses the RFA 14 incident and reveals that he did not see any malicious or negligent activity that would warrant any repercussions. The controversial conclusion of the Resurrection Fighting Alliance fight card last Friday night continues to make headlines, as this time the Wyoming MMA Board Treasurer Bryan Pedersen provided a detailed response to the incident that occurred in the main event.
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Police in Des Moines, Iowa, say Jeremy Stephens' UFC on FX 5 booking was their first confirmation of the fighter's whereabouts following his alleged participation in a October 2011 assault.
Acting on that knowledge, they had the fighter arrested on an outstanding warrant on the morning of his Oct. 5 fight.
Stephens was scheduled to fight Yves Edwards on the preliminary card of the FX-televised event at Target Center in Minneapolis.
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- 5 years ago
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Jeff Monson, the hulking highly rated heavyweight known to his fans as “The Snowman”, has pled guilty to malicious mischief for spray-painting an anarchist symbol on the Washington State Capital in 2008 according to a recent report from the Associated Press. read news >>