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Maybe Dana White can bring his brother Curly into the meeting with Jon “Bones” Jones today before weigh-ins. It might lighten the room up a little? UFC 152 can’t come soon enough.
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The injury bug has bitten Zuffa once again. The hit this time comes to Strikeforce as one of the most anticipated Strikeforce fights of the year will have to wait. Frank Mir has pulled out of his fight with Daniel Cormier due to injury, thus putting the fight on hold.
Dana White hangs out in Canada a few weeks ago with the team behind EA Sports UFC game. I gotta admit, I’m pretty nice at UFC Undisputed. You wanna get choked out, holla at the kid.
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The more Jon Jones talks, the angrier Dana White gets. Jones claimed in several recent interviews that he was never told that UFC 151 would be cancelled if he didn’t fight. According to the UFC president, Jones is a liar.
UFC press conferences are often times just as exciting as the actual events. The UFC 152 post-fight presser could go down as an all-time classic with Jon Jones and Dana White in the same room, and you can see it all here tonight after the event.
An additional $65,000 was awarded to each of the following fighters for their refusal to underachieve during tonight's fights in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Fight of the Night: TJ Grant vs. Evan Dunham
Knockout of the Night: Cub Swanson
Submission of the Night: Jon Jones
The UFC 151 debacle never ends.
Just a few days ago, UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Jon Jones was asked whether or not he knew of the crisis that would happen if he turned down a short notice fight against Chael Sonnen after Dan Henderson got injured, which would have went down on Sept. 1, 2012, in Las Vegas, Nevada. Among the many points he made, he claimed to have no idea that...
Now that “UFC 152: Jones vs. Belfort” is officially in the books, make sure to stream tonight’s post-fight press conference live right here on 5thRound.com.
The presser is scheduled to start at approximately 1:30AM ET/10:30PM PT.
In addition to UFC president Dana White (Pictured) and the card’s featured fighters, the other notable athletes who won’t require medical attention...