Sunday, April 26, 2015

Jon Jones Could Be Out Of UFC 187

Rumors are coming out saying that Jones is in police custody and was involved in a car accident, while under the influence. These reports are not confirmed by the UFC or Jones’ camp. Take this information lightly until more news is released
 From Chael Sonnens Twitter

Told ya
 Told Ya

'Rampage' Jackson eying UFC rematches with 'everybody that beat me'

“Honestly, I want to come back and beat everybody that beat me,” Jackson told MMAjunkie. “I want to fight (Mauricio) ‘Shogun’ (Rua), Rashad (Evans), Glover (Teixeira), and make my way back up to Jon (Jones). That’s the honest truth.”

“The last time I fought was last May, close to my hometown; I have no excuses,” Jackson said of his performance. “I wasn’t rusty or nothing. This was the hardest I ever trained in my whole 15-year career of training. (My boxing coach) pushed me to the limits. He pushed me further than I ever knew I could perform.”

“I just think that Fabio is not human,” Jackson said. “I hit that guy with everything and he was asking for some more. I even tried to kick him in the head and I was like, ‘What the?’ I didn’t see think he would see that coming. I didn’t know what to do. I was thinking about blowing my bad breath on him, but I didn’t think that would work either

Saturday, April 18, 2015

UFC on FOX 15 weigh-in results: Rockhold and Machida on weight for main event

MAIN CARD (FOX, 8 p.m. ET)
  • Lyoto Machida (185) vs. Luke Rockhold (185)
  • Chris Camozzi (185) vs. Ronaldo Souza (186)
  • Max Holloway (146) vs. Cub Swanson (145)
  • Felice Herrig (115) vs. Paige VanZant (115)
  • Beneil Dariush (155) vs. Jim Miller (156)
  • Patrick Cummins (205) vs. Ovince Saint Preux (205)
  • Corey Anderson (205) vs. Gian Villante (206)
  • Aljamain Sterling (136) vs. Takeya Mizugaki (136)
PRELIMINARY CARD (UFC Fight Pass, 4:30 p.m. ET)
  • Tim Means (170) vs. George Sullivan (171)
  • Diego Brandao (145) vs. Jimy Hettes (146)
  • Chris Dempsey (186) vs. Eddie Gordon (186)

Thursday, April 9, 2015

UFC champ Ronda Rousey: Success of book is best revenge for Walmart

Ronda Rousey plans to show Walmart it’s a mistake not to carry her autobiography in stores.

“Success is the best revenge,” the champ wrote today on Instagram. “One of many lessons I learned from fighting that helped me fight through life’s battles off the mat and outside the octagon.

“@walmart is welcome to watch the success of this publication from the sidelines if they choose.”

Nate Diaz returns to welterweight, meets Matt Brown on stacked UFC 189 in Las Vegas

Diaz (17-10 MMA, 12-8 UFC), who has spent most of his career at lightweight, has been booked for a bout at 170 pounds against Matt Brown (19-13 MMA, 12-7 UFC) at the already stacked UFC 189 in July.
UFC officials announced the new booking today. Ariel Helwani was first to report the news on Wednesday’s edition of “UFC Tonight” on FOX Sports 1.

UFC 189 now includes:
  • Champ Jose Aldo vs. Conor McGregor – for featherweight title
  • Champ Robbie Lawler vs. Rory MacDonald – for welterweight title
  • Dennis Bermudez vs. Jeremy Stephens
  • John Hathaway vs. Gunnar Nelson
  • Brandon Thatch vs. John Howard
  • Alex Garcia vs. Mike Swick
  • Matt Brown vs. Nate Diaz

Sunday, April 5, 2015

Jorge Masvidal 'I feel I won that fight'

“I felt I won,” Masvidal said in a video he sent to MMAjunkie. “If Al Iaquinta is sincere with himself, ask him. See if he thinks he won or not.”

“I’m just as pretty as ever,” Masvidal said. Ain’t nothing happen to me. I’m ready to go right now another two, three, four rounds.

“I’m not looking to do a rematch or nothing because I felt like I straight up won that fight.”

“This is not the first time it happens,” Masvidal said. “Probably won’t even be the last. … We keep moving forward.”

Iaquinta ended up lashing out at the crowd in his post-fight speech, as boos rained down from the stands. That’s of little consolation to Masvidal who still ends up with a loss on his record. But he insists there are no hard feelings toward his opponent. Instead, he’s just shocked that judges didn’t see things his way.

“Tough dude,” Masvidal said. “My hat’s off, anyways, to him because he took some amazing shots. I feel I won that fight – from the bottom of my heart. It’s disappointing.”

Friday, April 3, 2015

Jose Aldo predicts 'No. 1 fighter' Chad Mendes over Ricardo Lamas

“I think it is a great matchup,” Aldo told “Ricardo Lamas is coming off a great win, but I think Chad Mendes is the No. 1 fighter in the division. I think he will make his way back to a title fight. I just don’t see anyone beating him. But it is a great fight between two great fighters.”

“If Ricardo Lamas wins, it will be a nice shakeup,” Aldo said. “I would look forward to the rematch as well. I thought he made a funny video of Conor McGregor. Anything can happen. Both are great fighters and I will probably face them again in the future.

“As an actor, Lamas is already the champion.”

UFC Fight Night 63 weigh-in results

The full UFC Fight Night 63 weigh-in results included:
MAIN CARD (FOX Sports 1, 1 p.m. ET)
  • Ricardo Lamas (145.5) vs. Chad Mendes (145.5)
  • Al Iaquinta (155.5) vs. Jorge Masvidal (156)*
  • Michael Chiesa (155.5) vs. Mitch Clarke (155)
  • Milana Dudieva (135.5) vs. Julianna Pena (136)
  • Clay Guida (146) vs. Robbie Peralta (145)
  • Diego Ferreira (155.5) vs. Dustin Poirier (155.5)
PRELIMINARY CARD (FOX Sports 1, 11 a.m. ET)
  • Liz Carmouche (134.5) vs. Lauren Murphy (135)
  • Gray Maynard (155) vs. Alexander Yakovlev (155.75)
  • Shamil Abdurahimov (255) vs. Timothy Johnson (263.6)
  • Justin Jones (185.5) vs. Ron Stallings (185)