Found October 22, 2012 on
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The UFC shook up the MMA world last week when it was announced that Jon Jones and Chael Sonnen would coach The Ultimate Fighter 17. The move was an obvious last ditch attempt to save the falling franchise but are two star coaches really enough to pull this one off of life support?
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Does anyone talk better smack than Chael Sonnen? The guy fights Anderson Silva and loses in dramatic fashion and still gets to fight the other P4P best in Jon Jones. The guy can market himself, that’s for sure. Here is some words he dropped on Twitter in response to Quinton’s comments:
‘If I could understand a single word @rampage4real said about me I might be mildly...
The recent controversial decision to have Chael Sonnen coach The Ultimate Fighter against UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Jon Jones, culminating in a title bout between the two, continues to make headlines as UFC President Dana White has announced his plans for the fight. While the location remains unofficial, White has announced a date for the [...]
Here is a letter from the boss man Dana White thanking the fighters from UFC 153 for such a great card. I wonder if there was any cash in the envelope as well?
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Dana And Shawn White Chill Out
Brock Lesnar’s loss to Alistair Overeem last year at UFC 141 was indeed the final MMA bout of his career. It might not have been, as the former UFC Heavyweight Champion had considered coming back to the sport this year, but UFC President Dana White said on Tuesday that Lesnar has closed the door on that part of his life.
“He’s done,” White said in an interview...
The Anderson Silva rope-a-dope continues. Just a few days after softening his stance on fighting Jon Jones, the UFC champion’s manager is still gunning for a Georges St-Pierre Superfight. Apparently one of these guys did not the memo.