Please note the rankings are voted on by a panel of MMA Freak writers and the previous rankings (9/25/14) are listed in parenthesis: 1) Jon Jones (1) Jon Jones will headline the annual UFC New Years Eve show at UFC 182 on January 3rd in Las Vegas, Nevada against Daniel Cormier. It will be interesting to see how Jones can handle a fighter who has controlled much larger opponents so soundly. 2) Daniel
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Please note the rankings are voted on by a panel of MMA Freak writers and the previous rankings (8/19/14) are listed in parenthesis: 1. Jon Jones (1) Jon Jones is on track for recovery and for his title defense in fight capitol Las Vegas on January 3rd at UFC 182 against Daniel Cormier. 2. Daniel Cormier (3) Number one contender Daniel Cormier is continuing to train for his upcoming fight with Jon Jones for the annual
Please note that the rankings are voted on by a panel of MMA Freak writers and the previous rankings (6/18/14) are in parenthesis: 1. Jon Jones (1) A training injury to Jon Jones will sideline him until UFC 182 which is the planned New Years show when he faces Daniel Cormier. This actually works out as Cormier was in dire need of surgery so with the extra time he may get the procedure done.
All anyone can talk about now a days is the UFC 178 main event title match between current champ Jon “Bones” Jones and new challenger Daniel Cormier. Despite Gustaffson’s injury, this fight has all the potential to live up to the hype and didn’t need child like antics to build it up. Both men are very talented and have awesome skill sets, they didn’t need to do this to make the
Note that due to inactivity and retirement, Antonio Rogerio Nogueira and Chael Sonnen respectively are ineligible for the rankings. Also note that the rankings are voted on by a panel of MMA Freak writers. Lastly the previous rankings (6/1/14) are listed in parenthesis: 1. Jon Jones (1) Jon Jones is now set to face Alexander Gustafsson in a rematch of their war last year at UFC 178 set for September 27th in three months. It’s possible that
Note that due to inactivity, Antonio Rogerio Nogueira is currently ineligible for the rankings. Also note that due to a rare tie for tenth, the rankings will actually include eleven fighters. Lastly, the rankings are voted on by a panel and last rankings (5/1/14) are in parenthesis: 1. Jon Jones (1) Jon Jones is currently expected to face Alexander Gustafsson next though a date currently isn’t set and the bout agreement isn’t signed yet.
Please note that due to inactivity, Antonio Rogerio Nogueira is ineligible. Also note ranks are voted on and previous ranks are in parenthesis: 1. Jon Jones (1) Jon Jones went out and controlled Glover Teixeira in a way he hasn’t experienced in his entire career and snapping a nine year winning streak. He only continued to extend his record setting run in the light heavyweight division with the victory and
Now this fight hasn’t been made official yet but it feels solid. To be blunt though, Dan Henderson will probably not win. Regardless of TRT use, Henderson is just too far past his prime to contend with the new breed of fighters at 205. Then again, Daniel Cormier has yet to face a ranked opponent at 205 so regardless of the possible disparity in skill sets at this point, this fight
Please note that due to inactivity, Antonio Rogerio Nogueira is ineligible. Also note the rankings are done by a panel MMA Freak writers: ~ 1 (1) ~ Jon Jones UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Jon “Bones” Jones is currently on course for his UFC 172 title fight with title challenger Glover Teixeira. He’s also had a few words to say about who should get his title shot next and Daniel Cormier and Alexander Gustafsson