Found August 26, 2012 on
I freakin’ love this video of Rampage unhinged and unedited. Rampage squashes his beef with King Mo, talks sh*t about Chael Sonnen and Greg Jackson, and what he might do next.
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Chael Sonnen is still going in on Jon Jones, “The American Gangster” is now offering a pizza special from his pizza joint in Oregon. Chael is making the most out of his calling out of Jon Jones, only problem is if they really fight “Bones” will crush him.
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Jon Jones Explains Himself
The hate keeps on coming for the champ Jon Jones via photoshop,By the way the only person I think can beat Jon Jones Is our friend Junior Dos Santos.
Don't expect to see Jon Jones getting brought up on charges any time soon, but according to UFC president Dana White, the light heavyweight champion has committed murder. "UFC 151 will be remembered as the event Jon Jones and [trainer] Greg Jackson murdered," White said on a conference call after announcing that the event scheduled for Sept. 1 was cancelled. Jones refused...
UFC 151 is cancelled and the blame for this has been placed squarely on the shoulders of the UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Bones Jones. While it is easy to vilify Jones, is the champion being used as a scapegoat by the real man responsible for this mess, Dana White?
UFC light heavyweight king Jon Jones turned down a UFC 151 scrap against Chael Sonnen because he felt eight days was not enough time to prepare for the former middleweight top contender. That ultimately opened the window for Lyoto Machida (Pictured) to step in and co-headline UFC 152 opposite Jones.
However, less than 12 hours after UFC president Dana White announced Jones vs. Machida...
Let's try this again. 2 title fights. Plus, a pairing of two ten middleweight fighters that continue their quest for a title shot. This is UFC 152, well, we can only hope.
With the cancellation of UFC 151, this will be the first of two cards the UFC has to offer us this September. After the break we will once again update a card that if it remains as it is set today, looks...
There’s an old phrase that goes, “The enemy of my enemy is my friend.” In Vitor Belfort’s (Pictured) case, the enemy of my UFC 152 opponent is my new head coach.
Shortly before “The Phenom” decided to challenge light heavyweight king Jon Jones for his crown on just one month’s notice, he started honing his skills with Rashad Evans and the talented Blackzilian squad...
Do you remember when Street Fighter II hit the local arcade and you would stand in line, waiting for the time you could go up with your sweaty quarters, only to challenge the fat teenager in a Chicago Bulls jersey who knew every move for every player and beat you before you had time to [...]