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UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones says he's just two wins away from being considered the greatest mixed martial artist of all time—which is when he'll make the move to heavyweight. In an interview with Brett Okamoto of ESPN.com, "Bones" said that victories over Daniel Cormier and Alexander Gustafsson should solidify his position in the sport once and for all. As far as being the greatest of all time, I think me beating Gustafsson and DC -- how do you argue that? The argument is just gone, read news >>

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UBERLANDIA, Brazil -- Caio Magalhaes is quietly moving up the ladder in the middleweight division. Matched up against Trevor Smith at UFC Fight Night 56 in Uberlandia, Brazil, on Nov. 8, the Nova Uniao fighter scored his fourth straight victory with a 31-second knockout, but it didn’t come without controversy. Magalhaes hurt Smith early in the fight, but the final punch that dropped his opponent was cleared at the back of his head. He followed with more attacks on the ground before the referee s read news >>

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RIO DE JANEIRO – After moving to 2-0 against Chad Mendes, Jose Aldo could very easily put the Team Alpha Male fighter in his rear-view mirror. But the champ said he isn’t doing anything of the sort.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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The middleweight championship bout between Chris Weidman and Vitor Belfort is reportedly moving from Las Vegas to California, and with that change, the California State Athletic Commission is expected to oversee all drug testing for the fight read news >>

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If I can be disrespectful for a minute... Try as it could, Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) just couldn't get that Jose Aldo vs. Anthony Pettis fight to come to fruition. How about "Showtime" vs. Conor McGregor, instead? That's a lightweight "super fight" that can and will happen, according to the "Notorious" featherweight, assuming he's able to win (and retain) the 145-pound strap. But that would also require Pettis to defeat Strikeforce import Gilbert Melendez at UFC 181. McGregor talks to read news >>

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According to Conor McGregor he's moving up in weight to take on Diego Sanchez at UFC 180 in Mexico. In somewhat of a surprise, Conor McGregor just announced that he will be stepping in on relatively late notice to face Diego Sanchez at the upcoming UFC 180 card in Mexico. The two had exchanged a bunch of words on twitter a couple of months back, Visual View and the Irish star made the booking known through social media: I am fighting @DiegoSanchezUFC in Mexico, November 15th. He spoke a big game read news >>

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"Notorious" says moving up a weight class won't affect his fight style because he has competed at 155-pounds previously ... and achieved similar success. Conor McGregor has yet to conquer the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) featherweight division -- even though he's off to a mighty fine start -- but the fiery Irishmen has his eyes set on an eventual move up to the lightweight division. After knocking out Dustin Poirier at UFC 178 this past weekend (Sat., Sept 27, 2014) in Las Vegas, Nevada read news >>

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Wrestling coach Kenny Monday talks about moving from the Blackzilians to Team Takedown, as well as Friday's Battlegrounds MMA pay-per-view. read news >>

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Conor McGregor says he's open to competing at lightweight after he wins the title in a featherweight division full of 'rookies and has-beens'. Following his impressive knockout win over Dustin Poirier that likely shoots him up the division's rankings, Conor McGregor had some choice words about the rest of the featherweights in the UFC's roster. He spoke about it during the UFC 178 post-fight press conference: The division seems to be full of rookies and has-beens. I’m just sitting here enjoying read news >>

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Former UFC bantamweight champion joined UFC Tonight to discuss his anticipated return to MMA competition and his first three round fight in over five years. Not only has Dominick Cruz been on a forced hiatus for the better part of the last three years, he will also have to make his return in a setting that he has not fought in for over five years - a three-round non-title fight. The last time Cruz fought in a t15-minute fight was back in 2009, when he defeated Joseph Benavidez in a ‘Fight of the read news >>

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Remember when former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) lightweight titleholder Ben Henderson wanted to move up to 170 pounds for a "super fight" against Georges St. Pierre? Well, that isn't happening anytime soon (told you so), but just because he can't get his hands on "Rush" doesn't mean "Smooth" has completely abandoned his quest to compete as a welterweight. That's according to Henderson's coach, John Crouch, who told UFC Tonight the current weight cut is "irritating" for the ex-champ. An read news >>

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