Found May 02, 2013 on With Leather:
In case you missed our amazing, award-winning UFC 159 live discussion (4th runner-up at the Ms. Alaska Recently-Divorced Ladies pageant) and my “Oh please make the GIFs stop” recap on Monday, UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Jon Jones suffered a bit of an ouchy boo-boo on his toe-toe during his first round TKO of Chael Sonnen last Saturday night.Originally, it was believed that he had suffered a compound fracture, because the video of his toe snapping looked a lot like Linda Blair’s head spinning around in The Exorcist. However, according to Dr. Robert Klapper, the Chief Orthopedic Surgeon at Cedars-Sinai Hospital, if that is his real name and professional title, it was just a simple dislocation and he’ll be back to fighting in two months, tops.“The rehab involves, number one, you put [the toe] back into place,” Klapper said. “Line it up again. Wash out the joint because there’s lots of bad bacteria on that mat, and you need to make sure there’s no infection. The rehabilitation is jus...

Jones Injury Should Keep Him Out 6-8 Weeks

The doctor on UFC tonight explained Jon’s gruesome injury and informed us that he would need about 6-8 weeks to recover.  Nice to hear this but I still hope they make a number one contender fight between Lyoto Machida and Alexander Gustafsson. PS: These Shoes are ridiculous even for Helwani. Jon Jones post fight interview Watch all fighter video blogs at

MMA Fighter Glues His Eye Shut During Fight

After seeing UFC 159 this past weekend and seeing Jon Jones break his toe , you probably thought you’ve seen everything and then something like this happens. “At WOCS 25 in Brazil, a fighter was in his corner between rounds getting worked while a member of the production crew of WOCS was reapplying glue to a decal on the fighter’s banner. Some of the glue dripped down from...

Sonnen wants to fight Wanderlei

Chael Sonnen hinted that he might be retiring following his UFC 159 loss to Jon Jones, but those thoughts didn't last for very long.

News: Jon Jones’ Gruesome Toe Injury Explained on ‘UFC Tonight’

UFC Tonight analysts Kenny Florian and Chael Sonnen attempt to explain the the gruesome toe injury suffered by UFC light-heavyweight champ Jon Jones during his UFC 159 title defense against Sonnen. The champ suffered a compound fracture on his toe, which he did not notice until the post-fight interview with color commentator Joe Rogan. Watch the explanation below (Warning: not for...

Greg Jackson explains Jon Jones’ gameplan against Chael Sonnen in a reminder that he’s usually the smartest guy in the room.

It’s somewhat obvious now, but it’s good to hear a confirmation from the horse’s mouth that the gameplan for Jon Jones to defeat Chael Sonnen was to do to Chael EXACTLY what he does to his opponents… Which is grind them into oblivion. In retrospect, I now understand why Jones turned down Chael on a week’s notice — why even take the chance? But then again, after watching...

The Bones Jones Sandwich Is Definitely Not On The Dolce Diet

This thing looks like a gut bomb that I would want to avoid.  Not even sure what this has to do with Jon Jones.  The guy making this sh*t should probably stay far, far away from eating such items.  Thanks to MiddleEasy for the heads up. Jones Injury Should Keep Him Out 6-8 Weeks Jon Jones And Chad Ochocinco Have A Twitter Feud

Jon Jones And Chad Ochocinco Have A Twitter Feud

UFC champ Jon Jones and former NFL wide receiver Chad Ochocinco got into it via twitter on Tuesday. Ochocinco has talked smack before at UFC champion Anderson Silva in the past and I guess it is easy to talk tough when you know there is no way a fight is going to happen.  Props to Jones for sticking it to him a bit here.  Not exactly sure why he sent out that first tweet but my...

The Two Sheds Review: UFC 159 Jones vs Sonnen

It was the battle of the Ultimate Fighter coaches as the Ultimate Fighting Championship presented UFC 159, shown live in the early hours of this past Sunday morning on ESPN here in Britain.The show began with the prelims and the bantamweight encounter between Bryan Caraway and Johny Bedford.This was a pretty good fight. Caraway, who took the fight on six day’s notice, found a ...

Chael Sonnen Recounts Jon Jones Fight

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Machida vs Gustafsson Needs to Happen Now

  Only the mysterious workings of the Gods of MMA can explain how Alexander Gustafsson and Lyoto Machida have ended up as the rival contenders for the light heavyweight championship. Lyoto Machida beats two very reputable fighters, which would immediately secure him a shot at Jon Jones had he not been defeated by Jones in December of 2011. Because he’s already faced Jones fairly...

Portland Has A New UFC Title Contender And He Goes By "Bam Bam"

UFC 159 had more than a few memorable moments. It was a card built around West Linn's Chael Sonnen, a middleweight fighter coming off of a loss, who skillfully campaigned his way directly into the cage against light heavyweight champion Jon Jones. The day before the event, Nick Catone (9-4) was hospitalized due to dehydration, a result from his strenuous weight cut. His fight...

Sonnen Calls Out Wandy

After getting destroyed by Jon Jones, Chael hinted at retirement, but it seems like he is not ready to hang up the 4oz gloves just yet.  After a video came out where Silva told Chael what’s up with he Brazilian culture surfaced, the talk of the fight started to heat up.  Chael Sonnen spoke up with Kenny Florian: “Wanderlei called me out before, but the fight never made sense...
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