Rob Ryan takes in UFC fights with son, talks Shawn Jordan's showing

New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator Rob Ryan got some time away from the football field and took in the UFC fights over the weekend with his son, according to Amos Morale III of Not only did Ryan talk about being a big fan of the UFC, but also spoke a bit about the football players who have turned to UFC fighting as well. "Me and my son are big fans of the UFC," Ryan...
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June 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Former LSU fullback Shawn Jordan was reminded of Tiger Stadium in UFC win

Jordan 'loved those LSU chants'
Via The Times Picayune - LSU
June 07, 2015

Saints defensive coordinator Rob Ryan catches UFC fights with son, impressed with Shawn Jordan's performance

New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator Rob Ryan, and his son, Newman standout Buddy, was in the Smoothie King Center when former LSU fullback Shawn Jordan defeated New Orleans native Derrick Lewis.  "Me and my son are big fans of the...
Via The Times Picayune - LSU
June 06, 2015

GIF of Doom: Shawn Jordan finishes Derrick Lewis with some sweet chin music

When you think about a 6 foot, 280 lbs former blocking fullback out of LSU turned UFC heavyweight killing machine, a couple of things that don’t immediately come to mind are devastating hook kicks and octagon shaking back flips. Shawn “The Savage” Jordan unleashed both of those from his repertoire tonight inside of New Orleans, Louisiana’s Smoothie King Center. Jordan, who...
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June 06, 2015  |  Discuss

Former LSU fullback Shawn Jordan gets TKO victory over New Orleans native at UFC Fight Night

Much like the last time he scored a major victory in New Orleans, former Tigers fullback Shawn Jordan   celebrated his 18th mixed martial arts win at UFC Fight Night: Boetsch vs. Henderson with a crowd chanting "L-S-U, L-S-U." "I...
Via The Times Picayune - LSU
June 06, 2015

Shawn Jordan puts Jack May away with ground and pound attack

Just when it appeared as if Shawn Jordan was in trouble on the feet against Jack May, the former LSU football player altered his game plan and ended up finishing the fight in the third round. Jordan may be one of the heaviest handed fighters in the UFC heavyweight division, but he's also one of shortest, which did not benefit him well against the 6'8" May as he used his long reach...
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August 16, 2014  |  Discuss

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