The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency has informed Jon Jones of his potential failed drug test conducted on June 16 and UFC has pulled him from UFC 200.
Conor McGregor was gracious in defeat following his loss to Nate Diaz in UFC 196, and this earned him respect from fellow fighter Jon Jones.
UFC fighter Jon Jones was arrested in April for his alleged involvement in a hit-and-run, and video of the incident has been released. Police say Jones caused the accident by running a red light and hitting a 25-year-old pregnant woman’s car, breaking her arm. He has since been suspended by UFC and stripped of his light-heavyweight title. The
Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier met today at the MGM in Las Vegas to promote their fight at UFC 178 next month. While on stage in front of a crowd of media members, the two fighters had the typical, dramatic face-to-face staredown that comes with these kind of media events. That staredown escalated very quickly
Daniel Cormier has been itching to fight UFC lightweight champion Jon Jones but he probably never expected a fight quite like this. Cormier recently called out Jones, saying, “I’m the kid at the wrestling tournament that is always in your bracket. No matter where you go boy, I’m coming,” and as luck would have it,
Jon Jones had a big win over Alexander Gustafsson courtesy of an unanimous decision for the UFC light heavyweight championship, and then ended up leaving on a stretcher. That is a grown ass man. Jones was loaded into a stretcher and is presumably being taken to the hospital. Far worse shape than Alex, who conducted
Welcome to New Jersey, birthplace of pork roll, home to Bruce Springsteen, and often referred to as the armpit of America. The Prudential Center in Newark, NJ hosted UFC 159 on Saturday night and while the Chael Sonnen fight against Jon Jones was the most ballyhooed brawl, the fans provided a memorable bout of their
Here’s what we know: Dana White has cancelled UFC 151 – the first time ever a PPV has been called off while he’s owned the company – because Dan Henderson has a partially torn MCL. We also know that White had Chael Sonnen lined up to replace Hendo, but Jon Jones refused the fight on
K-Swiss must be headed the right direction because they’ve appointed the ultimate executive as their CEO: Kenny Powers. Kenny used his executive brilliance to bring in Jillian Michaels, Matt Cassel, Josh Cox, Jon “Bones” Jones, Urijah Faber, Rey Misterio and Patrick Willis to make athletic shoe magic. UN-WEAK YOURSELF!