Chael Sonnen retire? "American Gangster" cleared up the rumors, returning to his duties as host on Tuesday’s (April 30, 2013) edition of "UFC Tonight" on FUEL TV where he provided an update on his future following the loss to Jon Jones at UFC 159.
Lyoto Machida? No problem. Alexander Gustafsson? Bring him on. According to Greg Jackson, head trainer to UFC light heavyweight kingpin Jon Jones, the dominant champ will take on all comers because he has to do it eventually, anyway.
UFC.com has updated its "official" consensus rankings following this past Saturday's UFC 159 event (now with two contributions from MMAmania.com). Check out the big movers and shakers inside and let the debate begin!
UFC hall-of-famer Tito Ortiz is glad a "true champ" like Jon Jones is in line to beat his title defense record, but insists he would "dominate" the light heavyweight kingpin if Ortiz was still in his prime.
Appearing on "The MMA Hour," Alexander Gustafsson says he wants the next light heavyweight title shot against Jon Jones, but should "Bones" be out for an extended time, he will take a fight opposite Lyoto Machida if UFC officials ask him to do so.
Hey, Keith Peterson ... what's your hurry? Dan Henderson thinks the UFC 159 referee for the 'Jones vs. Sonnen' main event was a little too quick on the trigger finger, despite the fact that "The American Gangster" had "no problem" being rescued.
Why is Chael Sonnen -- among all of last Saturday night's losers at "The Rock" -- suffering from the worst post-fight hangover after his title fight against Jon Jones at UFC 159? Jump inside to find out.
UFC 159 Jon Jones vs. Chael Sonnen results from Prudential Center in Newark, N.J., last night (Sat., April 27, 2013) were painfully predictable, which hopefully signals the promotion will book meaningful MMA fights in the future, not more sideshows.
UFC LHW champ Jon Jones suffered a grisly injury to his big toe in last night's UFC 159 bout with Chael Sonnen. Here's what we know about the injury so far and the controversy among doctors as to its treatment.
Jon Jones next fight? "Bones" requests Alexander Gustafsson fight next after UFC 159 win over Chael Sonnen, disinterested in Lyoto Machida rematch, which Dana White addresses by saying broken toe, and possible super fight, could change everything.
If we're to believe UFC President Dana White, Anderson Silva gave him a call and said he wants to fight either Jon Jones or Georges St. Pierre after UFC 159 last night (April 27) in New Jersey. But White won't say who ... yet.
Jon Jones talks about his broken toe suffered in win over Chael Sonnen in UFC 159 main event at Prudential Center in Newark, N.J., on April 27, 2013, revealing that he thought his foot "got caught in a hole" inside the Octagon. True story.