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UFC 182: The Moment - Jon Jones

Hear UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones talk about what it felt like to win the title for the very first time when he beat Mauricio "Shogun" Rua back at UFC 128. Jones is looking to defend belt for 8th straight time at UFC 182.

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'Cowboy' Cerrone to Anthony Pettis: "I'll see you again"

"We're going to fight again. Absolutely. I'll be godd---ed if things don't go differently," Cerrone said.  "He wants to say 'I beat Cowboy in under three minutes', whatever dude. I've got no rebuttal other than to say I'm going to keep fighting and I'll see you again."

UFC 182 Results: Jones vs. Cormier

MMA Fighting has UFC 182 results for the Jones vs. Cormier fight card Jan. 3, plus live coverage from Las Vegas, live blogs of all the fights, and live UFC 182 twitter updates. In the main event, UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones will defend his title against Daniel Cormier . Donald Cerrone will square off against Myles Jury in the co-main event. Check out the UFC 182 results below. Main card Jon Jones def. Daniel Cormier via unanimous decision ( live blog ) Donald Cerrone def. Myles Jury via unanimous decision ( live blog ) Brad Tavares def. Nate Marquardt via unanimous decision ( live blog ) Kyoji Horiguchi def. Louis Gaudinot via unanimous decision ( live blog ) Hector Lombard def. Josh Burkman via unanimous decision ( live blog ) Undercard Paul Felder def. Danny Castillo via second-round KO ( live blog ) Cody Garbrandt def. Marcus Brimage via third-round TKO ( live blog ) Shawn Jordan def. Jared Cannonier via first-round KO ( live blog ) Evan Dunham def. Rodrigo Damm via unanimous decision ( live blog ) Omari Akhmedov def. Mats Nilsson via unanimous decision ( live blog ) Marion Reneau def.

Mohegan commission denies 371lb. Tim Sylvia medical clearance to compete on Saturday night

Former UFC titleholder Tim Sylvia was scheduled to face Juliano Coutinho at Reality Fighting on Saturday night, but it appears the fight has been cancelled just hours ahead of time. It appears the Mohegan Sun commission refused to medically clear Sylvia for the fight, although details are yet to be made clear.

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UFC 182: Lombard 'No one's calling me out. It looks like I'm a ghost or something'

"I'll fight my mom," Lombard joked when asked if he would fight Lawler.  "He's the champion we've got to respect that.  I've got to fight Josh Burkman on Saturday night and then we'll go from there.  Like I said before, mine and Robbie's situation is different than me and Tyron Woodley."

Luke Rockhold might be the key to Daniel Cormier's victory at UFC 182

Rockhold isn't the only member of American Kickboxing Academy to come to Las Vegas this week to support Cormier in his bid to win the title on Saturday night.  Cormier says when he came to town on Sunday at least eight members of his team rolled as one gigantic entourage into the MGM Grand and everybody from Rockhold to UFC heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez will be in attendance to watch him face Jones.

Who will come out victorious at UFC 182? Vote now!

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UFC 182: Jon Jones addresses Nike deal, tired of being called 'fake'

"I just learned to let go," Jones said Monday. "When I read my comments on Twitter and Instagram, I realize I really do inspire people and touch people and people really do appreciate who I am as a martial artist. Then when I read some of the people who leave me negative messages, it's always so dumb. It's like, 'Dude, you're fake.' I've been hearing that I'm fake for so many years. Who cares If I'm fake? I win fights. That's what I'm here to do. I'm not here to win you over with my personality. I'm here to fight. That's ultimately my job."

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The 'real' Jon Jones has stood up, and it's not a bad thing

"As a professional athlete, as a champion, as a Christian, and also as a person who is not close to being perfect, I always try to, I try to be a professional, you know. And that's why I have so many great endorsements. I do carry myself like a person who you would want to endorse. But, me, when I'm with my friends and family, you know, I'm a real dude. I am just me. And for me to tell Daniel, I will kill him, for me to swear, I make a conscious effort not to swear in interviews for my whole career, just because I want to have a clean image, and I want to be endorsed by the companies I'm endorsed by now. And so, for that hot mic to come out, for people to see that side of me, it was kind of a relief.

UFC 182: Jones vs. Cormier

If Cormier gets Jones down, it may be difficult to ride the much larger man as effectively as he did, say, the way-undersized Dan Henderson. Jones will likely be able to stand up if taken down, and Cormier hasn't showed the same ability to lock up and sink in fight-ending submissions from the types of positions he hopes to get Jones in, as the champ himself has.

5 Reasons to Watch: UFC 182: Jones vs. Cormier

Cormier is the anomaly in this entire equation. He's landed 18 career takedowns in the UFC and Strikeforce and will be the first two-time Olympian that Jones has faced. He's also got a huge amount of confidence on his side, which can be a big factor against somebody as good as Jones. The question then becomes, can Cormier display the same kind of prowess against Jones that he's had in all his other fights? Or is Jones destined to be the one puzzle no one ever figures out?

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UFC FIGHT PASS Adds Eight Fight Libraries for 2015

LAS VEGAS, January 3 - A year after its launch, UFC FIGHT PASS isn’t resting on its laurels, as UFC Chief Content Officer Marshall Zelaznik announced Saturday that the UFC’s digital streaming service has obtained the rights to the fight archives of eight more mixed martial arts organizations, adding approximately 6,500 hours and over 13,000 fights to a library that already includes the archives of several prominent MMA promotions. Not a bad way to celebrate an anniversary. “For FIGHT PASS, the prognosis is nothing but blue skies,” Zelaznik said. “We had very aggressive expectations about FIGHT PASS as we modeled it out before we launched it and we've exceeded even the most aggressive goals that we set. We know we've got a product that people like and we have a great team that's helping to support that within the company. This has become a passion project for a lot of people, so FIGHT PASS is in good hands with the group that is operating it, and it's going to be here for a long, long time.” The new adds are game changers, with the following libraries being added to a collection that already includes the UFC, WEC, Strikeforce, WFA, PRIDE FC, EliteXC, Affliction, Invicta FC: Cage Rage (UK) Extreme Challenge MMA (US) XFO (US) UCMMA (UK) Hook N Shoot (US) TKO (Canada) King of the Cage (US) Pancrase (Japan) For diehard fight fans, as well as newer followers of the sport, these promotions have delivered bouts from the formative years of such UFC superstars as Anderson Silva, Georges St-Pierre, Matt Hughes, Michael Bisping, and Rampage Jackson, just to name a few.

Judge blocks medical marijuana restrictions in Montana

HELENA – A state district judge late Friday permanently blocked enforcement of key provisions of Montana’s strict 2011 medical marijuana law in a drawn-out legal case that began shortly after its passage.

Preview: UFC 182 ‘Jones vs. Cormier’ - Jones vs. Cormier

Jon Jones’ resume speaks for itself. | Photo: Dave Mandel/ The Ultimate Fighting Championship returns to pay-per-view with a card worthy of paying the price, as reigning light heavyweight champion Jon Jones faces his biggest test to date in undefeated Olympic freestyle wrestler Daniel Cormier . This is one of the very best fights the UFC has ever put on -- a bout of titanic proportions between two fighters who have never suffered a legitimate defeat in the cage. The rest of the card is solid and features a fantastic lightweight co-main event between action fighter extraordinaire Donald Cerrone and the little-discussed but highly skilled and unbeaten Myles Jury . Rising flyweight contender Kyoji Horiguchi and top welterweight Hector Lombard get belated Christmas gifts in the form of stay-busy bouts against overmatched opponents, while the rest of the lineup includes a mixture of veterans and prospects in reasonably entertaining matchups. Let us take a look at each bout at UFC 182 , set for Saturday at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas: UFC LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP Jon Jones (20-1, 14-1 UFC) vs.

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UFC 182 Statistical Matchup Analysis: Jones vs. Cormier

Hostility between Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier has been on full display. | Photo: Dave Mandel/ Just a few days into the New Year, the Ultimate Fighting Championship will put its best foot forward, kicking off 2015 with one of the most anticipated fights in recent memory. Jon Jones and his light heavyweight strap have been on hold since April. However, after several scheduling changes, including the date and the opponent, he will finally come off the shelf, putting his belt and his pound-for-pound status on the line in the UFC 182 main event on Saturday at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. On the other side of the Octagon is former Olympic wrestler and Strikeforce heavyweight grand prix winner Daniel Cormier . Long considered the man to beat Jones, the American Kickboxing Academy representative has looked nothing short of dominant since he dropped to 205 pounds. Related » UFC 182 Play-by-Play The feud between the two is well-documented and rife with hyperbole from both sides, so let us go to the numbers to seek some clarity: Both Jones and Cormier are essentially undefeated, a disqualification loss for “Bones” notwithstanding, and both men have been training at elite camps for roughly the same amount of time.

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UFC 182 Embedded: Episode 1

On Episode 1 of "UFC 182 Embedded," two bitter rivals zero in on the task at hand, intensifying their training as their title bout draws near. UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones polishes his game plan, then heads to the airport with an exotic Savannah cat for a wheatgrass toast and a flight to Vegas. Reader comments are active below.

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UFC 182: One Round with Donald Cerrone

UFC correspondent Megan Olivi sits down with lightweight contender Donald Cerrone for a session of One Round. Cowboy talks six fights in 14 months, Myles Jury, and everything else he can fit into five minutes.

UFC 182: Weigh-In Highlights

UFC champion Jon Jones, challenger Daniel Cormier and co-main event opponents Donald Cerrone and Myles Jury hit the scale before taking the Octagon tomorrow at UFC 182!

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The ball will have dropped; the champagne will have been drunk; the confetti will have been swept away; and with the New Year’s Eve festivities behind us, the first Ultimate Fighting Championship event of 2015 will stand before us. A grudge match years in the making will come to fruition at UFC 182 on Saturday, as Jon Jones defends his light heavyweight title against Daniel Cormier at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. Related » UFC 182 Preview Photo: Dave Mandel/ Cerrone is picking up steam. HOW WE GOT HERE: It all started at UFC 165, where Alexander Gustafsson gave Jones the first real fight of his career. Until that night in Toronto, “Bones” rarely experienced a round in which he was not in complete control, let alone an entire contest. Even before the scorecards were read -- Jones won a unanimous decision -- after’s 2013 “Fight of the Year,” everyone watching knew those two would fight again . The rematch was booked for UFC 178 after both men won separate bouts.

Great MMA media content around UFC 182

This is a self-serving post considering I'm a member of the media, but the truth is I'm also a consumer. As one, I've noticed there's been a lot of great content from endemic media as well as those who only touch the sport on occasion as it relates to UFC 182. In the interest of making sure it all received proper attention, I've compiled this list of what the community (from what I can gather, anyway) feels is some of the better pieces of writing, podcasting, interviewing and more.

Why Hector Lombard Is the UFC's Most Fearsome Welterweight | FIGHTLAND

One thing is certain, without Lombard’s move down to welterweight we would have been deprived of the athlete that we had longed to see compete with the best opponents available to him. A clear favorite this weekend, Lombard should do the business on Saturday night but to really underline his title aspirations, a finish would gain him a lot momentum early in 2015.

UFC 182 Embedded: Episode 5

On episode No. 5 of “UFC 182 Embedded,” the time for talk between Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier is over. The pay-per-view headliners tip the scale in unusual fashion and tempers continue to flare at every opportunity. Newly signed middleweight fighter CM Punk also makes an appearance during his UFC 182 Q&A session. Haven’t caught the full “Embedded” series? Catch up with the previous four episodes here: Episode one -- Episode two -- Episode three -- Episode four . Reader comments are active below.

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The Olympic wrestler, Daniel Cormier, tells us how he transformed into a Mixed Martial Artist. Don't miss his upcoming fight against rival Jon Jones this Saturday at UFC 182 live on Pay-Per-View.

Underdog Myles Jury 'cool' with lack of respect ahead of UFC 182

LAS VEGAS – For 26-year-old Myles Jury  (15-0 MMA, 6-0 UFC), UFC 182 could be his breakout moment as a UFC fighter. But it seems most of the attention is centered around opponent Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone (25-6 MMA, 12-3 UFC).

UFC 182 play-by-play and live results

Round 3 – Cormier opens with a kick to the legs. Jones misses on a high kick and then goes to the legs. Side kick to the body. Back-and-forth action. Cormier continues to press forward, looking to rough up the champ at close range. Jones using front kicks and long punches to keep him away. They’re trading at distance, and Jones pokes Cormier in the right eye. Referee Herb Dean steps in to give him a brief break. Jones apologizes on the restart and then kicks Cormier in the body. Cormier still wants to move forward. Jones ducks for a takedown, but he can’t get it. Cormier switches to his own attempt, but Jones also defends well. Intense work. Two minutes in. Working in the clinch, and Jones spins away and lands an elbow before pulling free. Jones continues to duck his head as he moves forward, and he follows with elbows and punches from creative angles. Cormier looking for a takedown, but Jones tays away. High kicks from Jones, followed by elbows. He’s doing a better job of controlling things on the inside. Jones with a bog knee. Dean warning Jones to be careful of where he grabs to the gloves as he uses wrist control on the feet.

UFC 182 preview: A closer look at Jon Jones' obscene career statistics

His 138 significant strikes landed against Glover Teixeira at UFC 172 were the most ever in a UFC light-heavyweight title fight. Overall, those 138 significant strikes landed are the sixth most ever in a UFC championship contest. Former welterweight champion Johny Hendricks holds the record with 158 significant strikes landed against Robbie Lawler at UFC 171.

UFC Fight Pass adds libraries from HOOKnSHOOT, Pancrase, KOTC, TKO, more

LAS VEGAS – UFC Fight Pass will soon feature more than 13,000 MMA fights for on-demand viewing. The UFC’s digital streaming service has obtained the rights to the fight libraries of Cage Rage, Extreme Challenge MMA, HOOKnSHOOT, KOTC, Pancrase, TKO, UCMMA and XFO.

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UFC Fight Pass Acquires Rights to Cage Rage, Pancrase, KOTC, Extreme Challenge, and More |

I’m watching less and less MMA than ever now. In part due to Fight Pass and I think this will continue to get worse as the $UFC$ continues to squeeze more and more from fight fans. You could say corruption in boxing is/was worse and that’s why it died, but this monopoly treats both the fan and fighter like $hit. We now get the honor of paying for a subscription to watch old fights? Wow. This is the kind of stuff that should be in the public domain, especially if it were aired free in the first place. I’m hoping Fight Pass is a complete failure. Something needs to be done about Dana White’s money lust.

Florida Clerks Cancel All Courthouse Weddings to Avoid Performing Gay Ceremonies

This strategy—denying benefits to everybody to avoid having to grant gay people equality—is a losing play by a losing team trying to salvage some modicum of dignity from its inglorious defeat. It would be repulsive if it weren’t so overwhelmingly pathetic, so childish and small-minded and uncharitable. At the end of the day, these clerks aren’t doing much harm by closing off their courthouses to wedding ceremonies. On Jan. 6, thousands of gay couples will walk out of those courthouses with a marriage license in hand. They’ll be leaving behind a handful of clerks who are so wrapped up in their own hateful prejudice that partaking in a gay couple’s joy gives them nothing but disgust. 

Instant Reaction: UFC 182

Please refresh your browser as often as possible to see the latest content, as item is updated in real time. Want to take part? Reader comments are active below, and may be integrated into instant reaction based on merit. Related: UFC 182 Play-by-Play 1:04 a.m. ET Jesse Denis : I, too, had a 49-46 Jones scorecard. After a competitive opening, the championship rounds proved to be aptly named. That sort of grinding clinch fight is enough to break the will of most men after 25 minutes; the fact that both men kept it up is impressive on its own. It was a very strange ending with Jon Jones celebrating early, punches being thrown after the bell, Herb Dean getting hit, etc. Regardless of it being a 4-1 score, this still felt like the most important fight in recent memory, bigger than Weidman-Silva, Cain-JDS, GSP-Hendricks, etc.. That feeling had seemed lost to me for some time now. 1:01 a.m. ET Jordan Breen : Championship performance by Jon Jones . My 49-46 scorecard matched all three official ones from judges Marcos Rosales, Cardo Urso and Tony Weeks, but many had the third round for Cormier as well.

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Last year’s down PPV business forced Standard & Poors to lower Zuffa’s outlook and threatened to lower their credit rating if things didn’t turn around by the end of Q1 2015. Now having said that, it makes sense as to why Q1 2015 has been scheduled with some of UFC’s biggest stars and match-ups. As for the price hike, looking back at UFC 168, it did an estimated 1.025M PPV buys with the hiked PPV price, so it doesn’t appear to have been much of a deterrent. It’s pretty much a safe bet to say that the UFC’s takeaway from the UF 168 experiment was that their customers have no problem paying extra for a major event. In 2015, it looks like they are taking that experiment a bit further by scheduling the first three events of the year with the price hike.

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