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Before Jon Jones came around, Lyoto Machida was the young up and coming illusive fighter who couldn’t be beat. Now he faces Bones Jones who has yet to even be challenged by an opponent. “It’s a dream match-up to have these two, as far as styles go, the possibilities of this fight are endless. I [...]
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Although the card is subject to change and some of these fights have not yet been confirmed; according the the official UFC 140 Wikipedia page, the fight card is as show belown. Main card Light Heavyweight Championship: Jon Jones (c) vs. Lyoto Machida Heavyweight bout: Frank Mir vs. Antônio Rodrigo Nogueira Light Heavyweight bout: Tito [...]
Jon Jones (Pictured) was on the brink of settling his beef with Rashad Evans. Unfortunately for the light heavyweight champ, Evans’ surgically-repaired right hand prevented their UFC 140 shootout from going down.
Although he now faces a formidable opponent in Lyoto Machida, some thought Jones wouldn’t be as amped to enter the Octagon with “The Dragon” since his sights were...
The world’s premier mixed martial arts organization will be hosting a press conference today inside the the Air Canada Centre in Toronto to promote their highly-anticipated return up north. Stream the presser live right here on 5thRound.com starting at 1PM ET/10AM PT.
“UFC 140: Jones vs. Machida” takes place December 10th at the same venue as Wednesday’s media gathering...
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According to TMZ, UFC president Dana White gave his blessing to allow “The Next Big Thing” to return to professional wrestling in digital form.
“I love WWE and I have nothing but...