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Alexander Gustafsson: Jon Jones 'didn't perform like he used to' at UFC 172
"I think I'm in his head now," Gustafsson said. "I've been learning a lot in my years, it's not just the fight itself, its a lot mentally fighting each other, that's something I learned later days. I realize now it's very important. I think it's all in his head now and he gets irritated just by my name. I think that's good. I'm not a trash talker, that's not my thing. But if someone asks me, I'm going to say what I feel and what I think."
Idea of Gustafsson vs. Jones 2 in Sweden too good to be true?
But wait wait wait , hold on just a minute… first, let’s remember that we’ve dealt in this kind of promiscuity before. After Chael Sonnen gave Anderson Silva the scare of his life at UFC 117 at the Oracle in Oakland, the rematch became an instant hot topic. Silva, like Jones, didn’t necessarily like the idea of facing Sonnen again, because he was the champion and he won. Everyone else, though, saw a deity materialize as a human and wanted to know if it was an aberration or a new reality. Of course, we had to wait as Sonnen was suspended for elevated TRT, and new challengers filled in the landscape, but when we got around to Sonnen-Silva II the idea was to lower Sonnen into a stadium in Brazil, where he was a persona non grata (and worse, a blowhard American with elements of bad fiction). For the longest time the UFC was visiting Sao Paulo and Rio and other locations more inland for an outdoor soccer stadium that could host the biggest rematch in UFC history, while issues of Sonnen’s safety were deliciously pored over. It was going to be MMA’s version of the "Thrilla in Manila," only Sonnen was going to need a phalanx of security to meet Silva on his own terms.
White on potential Jones-Gustafsson rematch: Champ will take 'whatever fight we make'
“I just want to live in the moment and be grateful for what’s happened right now,” Jones said after his win vs. Teixeira (22-3 MMA, 5-1 UFC) in Baltimore, in which he had a much easier go of things than against Gustafsson, a 6-5 Swede. “I envisioned having a dominant performance, but with that last fight the way it was, I wasn’t sure what kind of performance I was going to have. I was hoping that it was back and I would perform at a high level.”
Hatsu Hioki vs. Charles Oliveira added to UFC Fight Night 43 in Auckland
Oliveira, meanwhile, also looks for his second straight win. In February, the 24-year-old Brazilian scored a submission victory over Andy Ogle (which earned” “Performance of the Night” honors), which followed a knockout loss to Cub Swanson and a decision defeat to former champ Frankie Edgar. Despite some inconsistency, the former lightweight has racked up six fight-night bonuses in 10 UFC bouts.
Texts From Last Fight: UFC 172 Edition
With the assistance of comedian Adam Hunter of MMA Roasted, FOX Sports has obtained the transcript of a private group text message that transpired Saturday night during UFC 172: Jones vs. Teixeira.
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Eduardo Dantas injured, Warren and Silva fight for interim belt - Fighters Only
"This is a setback for me." Dantas explained in a statement released by Bellator. "I'm not feeling right at the moment, but I am a fighter and have been a fighter since my childhood and I promise that I will be back stronger than ever. I want to thank Bjorn and Bellator for taking care of me during this process, for flying me across the world to get top specialists to see me. And, when i am ready to fight, I will show everyone once again why the belt has been wrapped around my waist."
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But all of this is a sideshow to the really big question here, which is whether the GOP leaders are smart enough to capitalize on this Keystone blunder. The controversy exposes a widening fault line within the Democratic coalition that could split the party in two. It’s an intra-party blood feud between the blues and the greens: Blue-collar union Democrats (those who work in the private sector) desperately want the jobs associated with drilling, mining, and building the infrastructure to make those things happen. Many of the big unions, from the Teamsters to the welders and pipefitters, support the project and have furiously objected to Obama’s decision. The project creates 10,000 jobs that would pay between $50,000 and $100,000 a year. This isn’t minimum-wage stuff we are talking about.
UFC 172 Musings
MMA’s ALI? Bruce Buffer’s the prophet. In 2011, the Voice of the Octagon said in a much-repeated quote that one day, Jon Jones would be mixed martial arts’ Muhammad Ali. Folks, that day may be arriving sooner than we think, and it might even be here already. And that doesn’t have to do with his impact in the Octagon, but outside of it as well. I know putting anyone in the same sentence with “The Greatest” is blasphemy to some, but think about it. Yes, I know, Jones has not had the wide-ranging social impact Ali had in his prime, but maybe we should be thankful that there isn’t a draft that “Bones” would have to make a stand against. But he is a gifted athlete who has dominated his opposition at a high level, he’s had to bounce back from adversity in his career, and his personality has often been polarizing. But from the other side of the Octagon fence, what Jones and Ali share is an accessibility that you don’t often see from elite level professional athletes. Ali was known for opening up his Deer Lake training camp to media for days on end. Nothing was off limits, and he seemed to embrace telling his stories, doing his magic tricks, and simply being Ali.
Melvin Manhoef Scores 46-Second KO of Evangelista ‘Cyborg’ at Gringo Super Fight 10
Dutch striker Melvin Manhoef showed that he still has knockout
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NOVA IGUACU, Brazil -- Welterweights Melvin
Manhoef and Evangelista
“Cyborg” Santos squared off for the second time Sunday in the
main event of Gringo
Super Fight 10 .
The fighters first met as light heavyweights in a memorable 2006
duel, with the Dutchman scoring a second-round knockout to defend
his Cage Rage title. On Sunday, however, there was not much time
for the crowd on hand at club RioSampa to enjoy the show.
Santos went straight at Manhoef early in the fight but was dropped
by a punch and then hit with a knee. The ever-aggressive Manhoef
bombed his fallen opponent with ground-and-pound to finish the
fight, though Santos resisted and tried to defend himself. Santos’
efforts were not enough for referee Artur
Mariano , who stopped the contest, much to the dismay of the
Chute Boxe fighter. Santos left the cage in disgust, complaining of
an illegal knee strike.
“I’m not staying. I’m going to the locker room,” Santos fumed.
Jon Jones says he's lost respect for 'delusional' Alexander Gustafsson
"I find it funny, because Gustafsson lost the fight fair and square," Jones said. "I will admit he won Round 1 and Round 3, but that's it. I won the fight. I've never heard someone chirp so much who lost. I could see if I poked him in the eye and the fight had to be stopped or I caught him with a big punch while he was winning and it was a fluke or something. But it was nothing like that."
Ultimate Insider: Matt Brown
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UFC 172: Post-fight Press Conference
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Dana White Says Jones vs. Gustafsson 2 Could Sell 50,000 to 60,000 Seats in Europe | MMAWeekly.com
“It’s a big one. (The pay-per-view buys) has the potential to be huge. And the gate on this thing is gonna be huge, depending on where we do it,” said White. “If we do it in Europe, I mean, this thing could do 50,000-60,0000 seats or more. If we go to Europe and do it, we will (do it in a stadium).”
UFC 172 Aftermath: Jon Jones approaches the Anderson Silva zone
Up: Anthony Johnson. We saw, during his UFC first stint, little glimpses here and there of what "Rumble" could be if he ever put it all together: The frightening head kicks, the crisp striking, the raw power. Now that Johnson is fighting at the weight class he belongs in, well, watch out. Johnson looked like a machine against Phil Davis on Saturday night. Without an excessive weight cut slowing him down, Johnson has a newfound gas tank. He's putting all his tools together. Johnson put up a division-shaking performance at UFC 172 one that should give everyone at 205 pounds not named Jon Jones pause.
Erick Silva vs. Charlie Brenneman: Submission of the Week
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Melvin Manhoef vs. Evangelista Cyborg II just happened, and this is how it ended...
A few weeks ago we told you that some genius promoter in Brazil wanted to assemble Melvin Manhoef vs. Evangelista Cyborg II since their first outing went down as the most scrappiest fight in MMA history. Everyone went nuts, but then slowly forgot when or where the event was taking place. Well Melvin Manhoef vs. Evangelista Cyborg II just happened, literally minutes ago, and the entire fight ended in 46 seconds .
Karo Parisyan makes bizarre joke about Ronda Rousey, Manny Gamburyan and tampons
While talking about his latest come back attempt, former top UFC welterweight contender Karo Parisyan made a strange and tasteless joke about teammates Manny Gamburyan and Ronda Rousey.
UFC 173 Preview
UFC 173 features some of the hardest-hitting, high-flying fighters on the UFC roster as Renan Barao puts his 34-fight unbeaten streak on the line against rising star TJ Dillashaw and Daniel Cormier battles vet Dan Henderson in the co-main event.
A Couple Home Tests Won't Get Vitor Belfort into UFC 175 Headliner with Chris Weidman | MMAWeekly.com
Belfort may have passed all the tests, but he admittedly did all of this on his own. He has yet to contact the Nevada commission, meet with their approved testers, and go before the commission to get a license. That is what he will need to do before he can fight again, and, as White said, that takes time.
Dan Henderson embraces fast turnaround, says fighting without TRT ‘not a huge thing’
With the UFC 173 card that is set to go off next month during Memorial Day weekend finally taking shape after many revisions, now we can marvel at the process. What was first supposed to be a middleweight title fight between Chris Weidman and Vitor Belfort has morphed into a bantamweight title bout between TJ Dillashaw and Renan Barao . How? In a nutshell, the Nevada Athletic Commission abruptly banned use exemptions for testosterone replacement therapy in February, which prompted Belfort -- publicly at least -- to back out of his fight with Weidman so that he could re-adjust his body compete without the use of TRT. Not long after Belfort was replaced with Lyoto Machida , Weidman opted to have surgery on his knees, which postponed the fight until July. That all led to Dillashaw-Barao and, somewhat more paradoxically, a bout between 43-year old Dan Henderson and Daniel Cormier in the co-main. That fight is being loosely dubbed a light heavyweight title eliminator, though there are conditions to that since champion Jon Jones is next slated to face Alexander Gustafsson in a rematch sometime in the fall.
UFC boss Dana White is talking up a Jones vs. Gustafsson bout in Europe, maybe in a stadium
Following Jon Jones' UFC 172's Light Heavyweight title defense, UFC president Dana White spoke to the press about his plan for Jones' next fight: Alexander Gustafsson in Europe, possibly in a stadium.
Fortunes changed for five at UFC 172
Jones' unique physical attributes and skills have had people talking greatness for him since his win over Stephan Bonnar in 2009, less than nine months after his first pro fight. By the time he won the title from Mauricio "Shogun" Rua, nobody was arguing his potential to be the biggest star in the company at some point. But being the all-time greatest is something established over time. Without question, Jones has accomplished more at the same age than Silva, who was an 8-1 middleweight at the same stage. St-Pierre was 15-2 before his 27th birthday, and was considered the best in his division as interim champion. But he had not beaten fighters the caliber of those Jones has at this point.
Morning Report: John Hackleman confirms Glover Teixeira injured right shoulder in first round against Jon Jones, will have MRI Wednesday
Another UFC PPV come and gone and again a fair amount of surprises litter the card. The biggest question mark on the card however was whether or not Glover Teixeira would be able to overcome the most dominant champion in the world in Jon Jones and the answer was an unsurprising no. Teixeira had a few moments in the fight where he was able to get within range of Jones as the aggressor and though he landed a few shots, none of them were hard enough to change the outcome of the match. In fact, in typical Jones style, Jones often allowed Teixeira within his range to prove that he could beat Teixeira without having to keep him at a distance. To sum it up, it was another dominant Jones performance that was only lacking a finish. Not that the champ didn't try.
Joseph Benavidez snags new Harley as added UFC 172 bonus
UFC President Dana White at the UFC 172 post-event news conference on Saturday in Baltimore announced that Harley, one of the promotion’s top-tier sponsors, would be running a contest for fans to decide who among the bonus winners should get a new motorcycle. Benavidez beat out Takanori Gomi, Chris Beal and Isaac Vallie-Flagg to win the prize.
Karo Parisyan talks comeback, hints at friction between Ronda Rousey and old gym
“You can’t even compare that gym to our gym, bro,” he said. “We’re an established MMA gym and a judo gym for over 20 years. [Glendale Fighting Club] is a collage gym that became an MMA gym somehow because Roman Mitichyan, one of our guys, one of my best training partners and friends, was taking judo over there, which is part of mixed martial arts, and they bring Edmund, (who) eats up Ronda’s brain and he does what he has to do and brings Ronda in. I don’t want to say eats up her brain, but kind of gets her (thinking), ‘You’ve got to this standup.’ Ronda likes Armenians; she’s been around us all her life. She joined the [GFC], and it’s helping her out, I guess. I don’t know. “
Daniel Cormier will wait for his title shot after fighting Dan Henderson, no matter how long it takes
"If it took nine months, I'd wait nine months. It's time for me to fight for the belt. It's not that I'm afraid I'll lose to any of these guys, because I don't believe that. I think I can beat them all. I just think that at a point, you have to make a stand about what's important for me. Eventually one of these guys is going to take me to the edge and make me have to fight. Dan Henderson could potentially be that guy. I may need a lot of time between fights. The only reason I haven't needed so much time is because I haven't really been pressed."
After callout, Michael Bisping open to fight with UFC 172 winner Luke Rockhold
Even after a defeat, Michael Bisping is a preferred opponent for many UFC middleweights. But it appears “The Count” has found one he’d like to fight.
UFC champ Jose Aldo retweets post accusing Jon Jones of playing dirty at UFC 172
The UFC featherweight title holder seems to disapprove of his fellow champion's actions during the UFC 172 main event against Brazilian Glover Teixeira.
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With Bellator MMA taking its usual mid-season break this past week, this week’s “Bellator Uncut” takes us behind the scenes in a new way – at a media event and a recent hospital event.
Hindsight: UFC 172 in retrospect
I wonder if Jones' more lackluster wrestling of late is product of his opponents scouting him better (he's had 15 UFC fights now) or of a failure to really maintain former technique. I can't think that a camp as well regarded as Jackson's would have trouble with that, but this is the second straight fight where Jones hasn't really effectively controlled range or wrestling. He got to Glover with both as the fight wore on and Glover faded, but I have to wonder if the fact that this became a clinch battle was more out of necessity than opportunity.
The Ultimate Fighter 19: Episode 2 results and recap
Episode 2 from The Ultimate Fighter: Team Edgar vs. Team Penn is in the books, and in all honesty, it wasn't super eventful. That's what happens on this show when you have a fight go the full three rounds, there's just not a ton of time for anything else. And maybe that's OK, because frankly, it doesn't seem like too much else happened. The fighters moved into the house, but no one has yet thrown their name into the hat for season's biggest toolbox, so everything seemed calm and collected. We shall see.
Jon Jones: I'm Closing Up Holes in My Game; I'll Be a Champion for a Long Time" | MMAWeekly.com
“I broke my own record with most title defenses. I have gigantic goals and I’m taking them one at a time. I’m not that impressed with that performance. My cardio was running low a little at the end,” said Jones after defeating Teixeira, obviously critical of his own performance even though he dominated.
Video: Who could fill Dana White's shoes as UFC boss? Chael? Charlie? Iron Mike?
We checked in with a handful of UFC fighters to get their takes on who would make a good leading man for the promotion if White decided to suddenly walk away – and the answers were wide-ranging.
Phil Davis: If there was one basic lesson that Davis should have taken away from his one-sided loss to Rashad Evans back at UFC on FOX 2, it’s that the first M in MMA stands for “mixed.” Some two years later, Davis’ striking remains underwhelming at best — a means to the end that is his wrestling — and simply won’t cut it against the well-rounded elites of the division moving forward. From the moment Johnson cut him open in the first round, Davis looked tentative, scared even, and pulled nearly every punch he threw out of the fear of a “Rumble” counterstrike. A harsh critique, maybe, but for a guy who completely overlooked Johnson and said he would “break Jon Jones like a cookie” when/if they ever met, Davis looked straight-up neutered last Saturday.
TUF 19's Cathal Pendred rescues a baby dolphin on his day off
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MMA Live Extra: UFC 172 Recap
Todd Grisham and Brett Okamoto break down Jon Jones' seventh title defense against Glover Teixeira, look ahead to a rematch with Alexander Gustafsson, and recap the wins by Anthony Johnson and Luke Rockhold.
I’ve never seen Glover lose a fight like this. I’ve never seen Glover bleeding. I’ve never seen Glover hurt so bad. Glover hurt his right shoulder really bad the first round. The first round! That’s not an excuse, because Jon Jones hurt his shoulder. Jon Jones hurt Glover’s shoulder in the tie up on the clinch against the cage, tweaked his shoulder and he hurt it. So Glover couldn’t use his right hand very well. You see me in the corner trying to get him to throw that right hand harder. He told me, ‘Hey, can you get some ice on it?’
UFC champ Demetrious Johnson focused on star status, bigger paydays in 2014
Johnson, 27, is still young for an elite-level fighter and likely has many years left to compete. However, before all is said and done, he wants to make enough money to ensure his family’s financial stability for years to come. To do that he must not only win, but win in a fashion that get fans around the globe to take notice.