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In light of the recent withdrawal from UFC 140 by Rashad Evans, Jon Jones says that Evans is ducking him
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Rashad Evans, step aside. Although “Suga” has been the light heavyweight top contender for quite some time, Lyoto Machida will get next dibs at Jon Jones’ (Pictured) title. On Thursday morning, UFC president Dana White announced Jones and Machida will headline UFC 140 on December 10th.
“Alright Toronto!!! Dec 10th UFC 140 tix go on sale next weekend and ur main event is...
Jon Jones and Rashad Evans stood eye-to-eye inside the Octagon 11 days ago after Jones defended his light heavyweight hardware against Quinton “Rampage” Jackson at UFC 135. The next time the friends-turned-foes will stand toe-to-toe in the cage will be at UFC 140.
On Wednesday, MMAFighting reported the bitter rivals will finally get to brawl on December 10th.
Jones owns a...
Please just fight! The Jon Jones-Rashad Evans fight build up goes on and on and on, with no end in site.
If you missed it yesterday, Dana White announced that Jones would defend his 205-pound title against Lyoto Machida, not Evans as previously expected. Then Evans said he was fine with the decision because there wasn't even time before Dec. 10 for his injured thumb to heal...
Jon Jones Vs. Rashad Evans Possible For UFC 140
On Thursday morning, UFC president Dana White announced light heavyweight champion Jon Jones (Pictured) would face Lyoto Machida at UFC 140. While some were surprised Jones was issued his next assignment just 12 days after making his first successful title defense, “Bones” is intrigued by the opportunity of running the trifecta against three former title holders during a torrid...
This Time, It's Jon Jones Accusing Rashad Evans Of Ducking The Fight
Former teammates Jon Jones and Rashad Evans will finally collide at UFC 140.
UFC President, Dana White gives his thoughts on everything surrounding UFC 136: Edgar vs. Maynard III, what’s next for light heavyweight champion Jon Jones and whether he’s bothered by SPIKE TV’s plans to counter program their debut on the FOX Network.Why not tell us what you think about this story and get your thoughts featured [...]
UFC light heavyweight number one contender, Lyoto Machida has been giving his thoughts on facing current champion, Jon Jones at UFC 140 on December 10th in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, explaining he’s looking forward to the challenge ahead and that nobody is invincible.
Speaking via Tatame Magazine, Machida said:
“I was at a birthday party last night [...]
The NBA’s premier high-riser dunks his clothes and his apprehension for ESPN The Magazine’s Body Issue 2011.
Yeah folks…it’s that time of the year again. Time for another raw and revealing installment of ESPN The Magazine’s Body Issue. This year, among the athletes that signed up to strip down include L.A. Clippers sensation BLAKE GRIFFIN, NY Mets shortstop JOSE REYES...
Jon Jones Opens As Early Favorite Over Lyoto Machida
Early reports on Wednesday suggested Rashad Evans (Pictured) would finally get the opportunity to settle his beef with friend-turned-foe Jon Jones at UFC 140. However, UFC president Dana White quickly killed that chatter after it was discovered Evans’ surgically-repaired right hand wouldn’t allow him to answer the bell in time.
Jones is now slated to defend his light heavyweight...
UFC fans will have to wait even longer for the promised Jon Jones vs. Rashad Evans UFC light heavyweight title match. Evans will step aside due to injury and will be replaced by Lyoto Machida whill fight Bones at UFC 140. Related posts:
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On Wednesday, Dana White flipped out on Twitter on MMA media members who ran with a phony fight announcement that Rashad Evans would challenge UFC light heavyweight champ Jon Jones in December at UFC 140. Now we know why.
The reports were erroneous. Jones is fighting, but it'll be Lyoto Machida trying to snatch his belt. Evans had to drop out of the proposed fight because of...
UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones is set to make his second title defense against Lyoto Machida, not against Rashad Evans as previously believed