Heavyweight stud Junior Dos Santos enjoying a costume party in Brazil!
Junior Dos Santos visits the dentist
Junior Dos Santos gets worked on
It is a good thing a mouthpiece is required during professional MMA fights or these dentists would likely have their work cut out for them after JDS’ past two fights with Cain Velasquez.
JDS enjoys a meal with friends
Junior Dos Santos gets worked on
Between the brutal fights he has been in recently and the daily grind of training it is no surprise that JDS needs to go see a chiropractor every so often!
Junior’s face at the hospital after UFC 166
Cain Velasquez’s face after UFC 166
I don’t mean to be mean, but maybe JDS really did suffer some brain damage over his last two fights with Cain. JDS: Cain’s better than you. That’s just something you’re going to have to accept. I understand that to be the best in any sport, you have to be absolutely confident in your abilities to a degree that is probably foreign to most, border lining crazy.
Some applauded the “heart” of JDS after UFC 166, but many were also wondering why they were witnessing one of the closest things to a snuff film on PPV since… Well, forever. It was brutal, somewhat disgusting and I have no interest in watching the fight again. It should’ve been stopped between rounds at the very least, and the blame, you could say, falls squarely on the shoulders...
Junior Dos Santos spent Saturday night into Sunday morning in a local Houston hospital being treated for cuts and bruises sustained during his fifth round loss to Cain Velasquez at UFC 166.
Dos Santos' manager told UFC Tonight's Ariel Helwani that all told the Brazilian fighter received 11 total stitches after the fight -- seven above his eye, three in his ear and one in...
Junior dos Santos lost to Cain Velasquez at UFC 166 in Houston on Saturday after a fifth-round stoppage. According to a report, the Brazilian fighter doesn’t remember most of the fight. Here’s what Fighters Only wrote: Junior Dos Santos does not remember most of the UFC 166 fight with Cain Velasquez. Afterwards he was under […]
UFC 166 took place on Saturday night from the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas. In the main event, Cain Velasquez retained the UFC heavyweight championship defeating Junior Dos Santos by unanimous decision in the trilogy fight between the two. In the co-main event Daniel Cormier defeated Roy Nelson by unanimous decision in a heavyweight bout.
Here are the video highlights above of...
Tonight is the night as UFC 166 takes place tonight from the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas. The main event will feature UFC heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez defending his title against Junior Dos Santos.
The challenger won the title from Velasquez at UFC on Fox 1 in November 2011 as shown in an article we posted on Wednesday.
The rematch took place last December at UFC 155...
This Saturday night at UFC 166 in Houston, Texas, the biggest heavyweight UFC fight in history is taking place. No. 1-ranked former champ Junior Dos Santos takes on the current champion, Mexican-American Cain Velasquez to complete their epic trilogy.
The first fight didn't last long. JDS landed a beautiful right hand that knocked down Velasquez early as he followed with a series...