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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
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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
It’s official, Jon Jones and Chael Sonnen will square off for the light heavyweight championship on Saturday April 27 at UFC 159 at the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J.
UFC officials announced the match-up on Wednesday, along with the TUF 17 cast.
The two will serve as coaches on the latest installment of The Ultimate Fighter series, which premieres on Tuesday January 22 with...
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@tyrone_spong daughter said “Uncle Shad meet my friend skippy JON JONES”!! He didn’t get a warm welcome!
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...
The MMA Awards was last night and I’m not sure if this was a goof or if Sonnen was really trying hard to look like he belonged on the red carpet. Either way, it’s hilarious. If there was an award for ‘Best Ability To Talk Himself Into Title Fights’, he would win in a landslide.
Chael Sonnen Practices Triangle On Himself
Chael Sonnen On Jim Rome
UFC light-heavyweight Chael Sonnen breaks down the upcoming bout between Michael Bisping and Vitor Belfort at UFC on FX 7. Sonnen, a former middleweight, previously faced Bisping at UFC on FOX 2...
Daniel Cormier's final fight for Strikeforce turned out to be just an appetizer before the main course. The undefeated Heavyweight Grand Prix champion easily dispatched Dion Staring before letting...
The Ultimate Fighter returns on an all new night this January. TUF 17 will debut on Tuesday January 22 and feature 28 fighters (pictured above) competing for a spot in the TUF house.
The 14 successful combatants will be divided into two teams, which will be coached by two of the fiercest rivals in all of sport. UFC light heavyweight champion and MMA superstar, Jon “Bones” Jones...
Daniel Cormier used his outstanding wrestling skills to defeat 20-1 underdog Dion Staring in his former home of Oklahoma, then used his post-fight interview to serve notice to two of UFC’s biggest names.
Cormier, the former OSU standout and Olympic wrestler, owned the action on the mat and had Staring briefly trapped in a crucifix in the first round. Staring was escaped, but was...
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