I am back everybody and I have returned a married man. Our wedding was wonderful and now it’s back to work. After being able to sit down and watch UFC 152, I of course have a lot of thoughts on the PPV. Belfort’s lack of killer instinct loss him the fight Jon Jones proved he is the best overall mma fighter in the UFC and has proved to me that
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Jon Jones retained his title last night by submission in the fourth round. It was not without incident though as he found himself caught in a deep armbar from Vitor Belfort’s guard in the second. Yet the fight hasn’t even gone a day old without Chael Sonnen entering the title picture. Apparently he may capture the opportunity to face Jones with a win against Forrest Griffin at the end of
Not much hype is welcoming this fight card in to its Saturday night debut at the Air Canada Center in Toronto, Canada. Most of the talk leading up to this event has been about its predecessor, the infamous UFC 151 cancelation, of which has been beaten to death in the media since Dana White broke the sad news a couple weeks ago. So let’s move on and talk fights. After
Michael Bisping is the biggest joke in the UFC and we all know I’ll let you know how I feel. First, Bisping is disrespecting Chris Weidman and Mark Munoz claiming Munoz is fat and Weidman is still a rookie who shouldn’t even be close to title contention. Now, we have him talking smack to a 125 pound fighter in Joseph Benavidez? I mean really? This is a sport and a
UFC 152 takes place Sept. 22 at Air Canada Centre in Toronto. According to UFC President Dana White, Sonnen is anticipating another last-minute change to next week’s UFC 152 event. The two-time middleweight title challenger is expecting to replace Vitor Belfort and take his shot at Jones‘ light heavyweight belt. “Chael Sonnen is in full training camp right now,” White told MMAjunkie.com. “He’s been training since he got offered the
Maybe we can’t move past the UFC 151 cancelation until UFC 152 is behind us but regardless, Jones vs. Belfort is worth watching, albeit not a legitimate title fight. That’s not the sole reason fans should tune in though. The first flyweight championship bout ever will be headlined by Joseph Benavidez vs. Demetrious “Mighty Mouse” Johnson. Yet even before these two bouts, Michael “The Count” Bisping and Brian “The All
Finally we get to see a fight, it seems like it has been forever. UFC 152 brings us two title fights, plus some good prelims on FX. Hopefully this PPV card will make it up to all the fans they have lost. I personally won’t be watching this card, but it’s not because I’m protesting or anything. I will be celebrating my life with my new wife as I’m getting
The weigh-ins for the next UFC PPV event, UFC 152, are scheduled for Sept. 21 for 4 p.m. ET (1 p.m. PT), though a venue hasn’t been determined. UFC light-heavyweight champion Jon Jones and challenger Vitor Belfort will meet in the UFC 152′s headliner the following day at the city’s Air Canada Centre. The main event is very highly anticipated after the cancellation of UFC 151. Also part of the
A lightweight matchup between Canadian Mark Bocek (11-4 MMA, 7-4 UFC) and Brazilian Rafael dos Anjos (17-6 MMA, 6-4 UFC) has been added to UFC 154. The card is expected to feature the unification bout between UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre and interim titleholder Carlos Condit, although not yet signed. The card takes place Nov. 17 at Montreal’s Bell Centre.