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Rashad Evans speanks on why Jon Jones is so good “The reason why he fights so fearlessly is because he really doesn’t have that much fear. The minute you start having fear is the minute you become like everybody else who competes — afraid to take chances, afraid to pull off those big moves that you did in practice. That hesitation leaves you vulnerable for a counter.” Being the best MMA wrestler in the division also helps.
Jon Jones Picks Patriots vs Ravens Winner
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UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones had this to say about Cormier calling him out “You know, the guy is a tremendous athlete and I wish he would just do itand just stop talking about it. I am open to fighting the best guys in the world.” It’s about to be Jones on Jones crime this weekend in New England.
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In mixed martial arts, archenemies tend to squash their beefs after going to battle. However, it appears reigning UFC light heavyweight king Jon Jones (Pictured) has already sifted through Chael Sonnen’s facade and determined Uncle Chael ain’t that bad of a guy. After being forced to be in the same vicinity of each other for three months filming “The Ultimate Fighter 17″...
UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones has a special stake in the AFC Championship football game between the New England Patriots and the Baltimore Ravens. What’s the ‘special stake’? His older brother Arthur plays for the Ravens, and his younger brother Chandler plays for the Patriots! ‘Bones’ thinks he knows who’s going to win, what do you think?
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The world will be watching Sunday’s AFC Championship Game very closely, but nobody has as much skin in the pigskin game as the Joneses.
Everybody already knows the Baltimore Ravens will be looking to upset the New England Patriots to punch their ticket to the Super Bowl, but the underlying story is older brother Arthur Jones, who plays defensive end for the Ravens, hopes his...
The UFC is going international once again for its 9th Fuel TV show. The promotion will be visiting Sweden almost a year later to the date of their debut in the land of the midnight sun. Once again, native son Alexander "The Mauler" Gustafsson (15-1 MMA, 7-1 UFC) will headlining the show on his very own stomping grounds where he will be putting his six-fight winning streak...
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UFC on Fx 7 will debut Brazil’s octagon girls Camila Oliveira and Aline Franzoi. As the UFC expands and tries to grab a global market, they have expanded their octagon girl portfolio.-TO
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Jon Jones Picks Patriots vs Ravens Winner
Nike isn’t simply Jon Jones’ (Pictured) biggest sponsor, their “Just do it” mantra has become a way of life for the reigning UFC light heavyweight champion.
That’s why Jones didn’t bat an eye when Daniel Cormier threatened to “kick his ass” during Saturday’s live Showtime broadcast. While there aren’t many men walking God’s green earth that have dared to challenge...
Vitor Belfort wasted no time in trying to set up his next match by using his post-fight interview at UFC on FX 7 in Sao Paulo, Brazil to call Chael Sonnen a "clown" and ask for a rematch with Jon Jones — the light heavyweight champion.
"Kick him out," Belfort said of Sonnen right after stopping Michael Bisping in the second round Saturday. "Let me fight...
The New England Patriots have a very simple policy in place within their entire organization when it comes to injures — don’t say a word. Bill Belichick provides the absolute minimum amount of information that the league requires him to provide when players are hurt. And even then, he still lies.
Patriots defensive end Chandler Jones will be facing his brother, Baltimore Ravens...
UFC President Dana White is never one to be shy when it comes to the best interest of the UFC. In recent times, the bravehearted spokesman for the UFC was asked if there were any possibilities in the near future that we may see a Jon Jones and Anderson Silva fight, and he quoted, “My [...]
UFC President Dana White is never one to be shy when it comes to the best interest of the UFC. In recent times, the bravehearted spokesman for the UFC was asked if there were any possibilities in the near future that we may see a Jon Jones and Anderson Silva fight, and he quoted, “My job is to give the fans what they want to see, we’re in the fight business and if the fans want...