Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Light Heavyweight Champion Lyoto Machida was all set to make his middleweight debut inside the Octagon -- but it had nothing to do with getting choked unconscious by Jon Jones at UFC 140 last December.
Instead, "The Dragon" wanted to stay active, even if it meant dropping to 185 pounds, until his coaches talked him down from the ledge and told him to "be patient.
Prior to UFC 140, Jon Jones (15-1 MMA, 9-1 UFC) had not lost a single round or had to face adversity inside the Octagon. Former champion Lyoto Machida (17-3 MMA, 9-3 UFC) was elusive early in the opening round and found success with... Read Post
The Stockton slugger will duke it out in court before he steps back inside the Octagon. Before Nick Diaz steps back into the Octagon on Jan 31, 2015, to take on former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight champion, Ande... Read Post
Jon Jones defeats Lyoto Machida to retain UFC Light Heavyweight Title – UFC 140 Recap American mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter Jon Jones successfully retained his Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Light Heavyweight Championship ... Read Post