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Anderson Silva (33-4) Jon Jones (17-1) Georges St-Pierre (23-2) Benson Henderson (18-2) Jose Aldo (21-1) Cain Velasquez (11-1) Junior dos Santos (15-2) Dan Henderson (29-8) Johny Hendricks (14-1) Gilbert Melendez (21-2)
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
EYE ON THE PRIZE
Daniel Cormier easily disposed of Dion Staring in Strikeforce's final card. He called out Jon Jones and Frank Mir after his fight.
It doesn’t matter how you feel about these two champions, they both could be here to stay. Rousey has dominated every opponent and the big fight with Cyborg will be her biggest test. Sonnen will try really hard to put the beat down on Jones, but we all know how that’s going to end.
Ronda On The Red Carpet
Silva And Jones Kidnapped And Forced To Fight
Here's a video shot by middleeasy of 'Bones' and 'Rowdy' making the most of a backstage shoot at this past weekends Fighters Only Awards.
Rousey and Jones took home Female Fighter of the Year and Male Fighter of the Year honors respectively.
H/T - Ronda Rousey's Official Facebook
Middleweight champion Anderson Silva is even fan friendly while in the car.
Hector Lombard: “Cut The Bullsh*t”
Anderson Silva Makes Batteries Fight
Another memorable year in mixed martial arts is in the books, so it's time for The MMA Manifesto to look back and reflect. Next up: UFC Fighter Salaries.
Was 2012 a good year financially to be a fighter? Well, that depends on what your name is. If it is Jon Jones, then yes, it was a very good year. On the other hand, if you happen to be C.J. Keith, you might want...
@tyrone_spong daughter said “Uncle Shad meet my friend skippy JON JONES”!! He didn’t get a warm welcome!
Date: April 27, 2013 Location: Newark, New Jersey Venue: Prudential Center Broadcast: Pay-per-view, FX, Facebook Jon Jones vs. Chael Sonnen - for light-heavyweight title
Hendo was looking dapper as he walked the red carpet for last night’s MMA awards. With an injury probably saving him from a Jon Jones beat down, he now prepares him for a much better matchup with Lyoto Machida. The two will be on the undercard of the Rousey-Carmouche fight.
Hendo VS Machida Trailer
Hendo Goes G.I. Joe
Jon Jones (17-1) Dan Henderson (29-8) Lyoto Machida (18-3) Rashad Evans (17-2-1) Phil Davis (10-1) Alexander Gustafsson (15-1) Mauricio Rua (21-7) Ryan Bader (14-3) Glover Texeira (19-2) Attila Vegh (28-4-2)
Daniel Cormier made it clear after his win over Dion Staring Saturday night that he is coming for Jon Jones.
Cormier beat Staring in Oklahoma City by second-round TKO, absolutely demolishing his opponent with an array of punches. The fight was part of Strikeforce’s final card as the promotion plans to close operations.
Cormier announced after his win that he has signed a contract...
Anderson Silva (33-4) Chris Weidman (9-0) Michael Bisping (23-4) Chael Sonnen (27-12-1) Mark Munoz (12-3) Vitor Belfort (21-10) Yushin Okami (28-7) Costa Philippou (12-2) Hector Lombard (32-3-1) Luke Rockhold (10-1)