Rashad Evans was lucky to survive five rounds versus Jon Jones. Or was he? Jones went all out to defeat Evans—don’t get it twisted. But his post-match words revealed that a sliver of mercy allowed his former training partner to last the fight’s entirety. Saturday night’s bout was hyped to the max as a grudge battle between two hated rivals. According to FoxSports’ Reid Forgrave, Evans went straight for the heart of his friend-turned-enemy and said leading up to the fight: “He wears so many masks.
After over a year's worth of build and a massive amount of hype along the way, the rivalry between UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Jon Jones and his former friend and training partner, Rashad Evans, culminated inside the Octagon at t... Read Post
If there were any remaining questions about Jon Jones' ability to dominate the UFC light heavyweight division, they were answered in his easy victory over former training partner Rashad Evans. The win will provide another boost to J... Read Post
In last night's UFC 145 main event, Jon Jones put on yet another dominant performance against a former UFC champion when he defeated Rashad Evans. Though Evans was the first man to go a full five rounds with Jones, he was simply out... Read Post