Four fights, four former champions, four victories for Jon Jones.
Tonight (April 21) when the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) rolled into Atlanta, "Bones" proved he was alone atop the light heavyweight mountain when he took apart his UFC 145 opponent, Rashad Evans, over the course of 25 minutes.
"Suga" found a measure of success in the opening round, taking the five minute period on two judges' scorecards but standing elbows in the second stanza changed the entire complexion of the fight.
And he doesn't sound too worried about passing. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) light heavyweight champion Jon Jones had a little visit from Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) ahead of his upcoming UFC 182 title fight agai... Read Post
First he wasn't interested, then he liked the fight, now he's willing to get it on. Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) light heavyweight titleholder Rashad Evans has verbally agreed to throw hands opposite ex-division No. 1... Read Post