Following Saturday night’s UFC 172 event, UFC President Dana White spoke to a small media contingent about the pay-per-view card and other topics.
UFC 172's main card aired on pay-per-view from Maryland’s Baltimore Arena. Light heavyweight champion Jon Jones defended his title against Glover Teixeira in the night’s main event.
White discussed the event’s top fights and a number of other topics, including a possible location for Jones’ next fight, a rematch with Alexander Gustafsson; lightweight veteran Nate Diaz; the re-signing of Andrei Arlovski; and Vitor Belfort’s return.view original article >>
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