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UFC Quick Quote: Jon Jones doesn't have the style to stop a 'beast' like Cain Velasquez

"Not a chance. Cain, just the storm that he can put on you, you can't stop it. I've trained with the guy, I've sparred with him so many times, and when he wants to get after you, he's going to get after you. You can only run away so long. Show More Summary

UFC interim champ Fabricio Werdum accepts Jon Jones' challenge for heavyweight 'super fight'

What, no love for the champ, Cain Velasquez? Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) light heavyweight kingpin, Jon Jones, is close to cleaning out the 205-pound weight class after running roughshod over the his colleagues since bursting...Show More Summary

Cain Velasquez vs. Fabricio Werdum Unification Bout Being Planned for June

Mexico City was promised a UFC heavyweight championship match between Cain Velasquez and Fabricio Werdum at UFC 180, but an injury prevented that from happening. Signs currently point to the UFC targeting the matchup back in the Mexico...Show More Summary

Fabricio Werdum vs. Mark Hunt: Keys to Victory for Each Fighter

No. 1 heavyweight contender Fabricio Werdum and No. 4 contender Mark Hunt will face each other at UFC 180. Hunt replaced heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez, who recently sustained yet another injury. Since the champion has been inactive...Show More Summary

Dana White: Cain Velasquez could be stripped of UFC heavyweight title

No pressure... Dominick Cruz was stripped of his Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Bantamweight title after an ACL injury prevented him from defending his belt for more than two years. Cain Velasquez will get a bit less time thanShow More Summary

UFC 180 Bold Predictions: Who Leaves Mexico City as Interim Heavyweight Champ?

One thing we can say in UFC 180’s favor: There is no shortage of intrigue. As the UFC prepares to make its first trek to Mexico City on Saturday, the future of injured heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez casts a large shadow. If allShow More Summary

UFC 180: Fabricio Werdum vs. Mark Hunt Main Card Betting Odds and Predictions

UFC 180 will be the first major pay-per-view to hail from Mexico City, but the proposed heavyweight title bout between Cain Velasquez and Fabricio Werdum will not go off as planned on Saturday night. Velasquez suffered a knee injury,...Show More Summary

UFC 180: Sorry, but Mark Hunt 'quite happy' Cain Velasquez got injured

Because if he wasn't, then Hunt would still be looking for his much-desired -- and quite elusive -- title shot. One man's misery is another man's fortune. That's definitely the case in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight...Show More Summary

5 Reasons to Watch UFC 180

The untimely injury of heavyweight champ Cain Velasquez in late October nearly derailed the UFC's first event in Mexico. Fortunately for the company's brass, fearless and ambitious heavyweight contender Mark Hunt stepped up on late notice...Show More Summary

UFC 180: Who's on the Hot Seat?

While UFC 180 has taken some hits—most notably, heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez being injured—it remains a card worth watching. Since Velasquez has been inactive for 13 months and because his return date is unknown, Fabricio Werdum will now meet Mark Hunt in an interim championship bout. Show More Summary

UFC 180: Cain Velasquez picks Fabricio Werdum to beat Mark Hunt for interim heavyweight title

Sorry, "Super Samoan," but your one-punch knockout power isn't going to be enough to defeat "Vai Cavalo." Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight champion, Cain Velasquez, was forced out of his title fight against Fabricio Werdum at UFC 180, which was set to pop off at Arena Mexico in Mexico City, Mexico, on Nov. Show More Summary

UFC 180: Early Predictions for Werdum vs. Hunt Main Event

When UFC 180 comes to an end, we will see an interim UFC heavyweight champion for the fourth time in the division's history. The question is, who will keep the belt warm until the return of champion Cain Velasquez affords the interim champion the opportunity to become the undisputed champion? Fabricio Werdum has certainly earned his way to this spot. Show More Summary

Meet the UFC 'All Assassin's Team' for Ubisoft's 'Assassin's Creed Unity' video game

For the Nov. 11 release of Assassin's Creed Unity, Ubisoft has partnered with UFC to promote the hit video game and feature six well-known fighters: Cain Velasquez, Donald Cerrone, TJ Dillashaw, Robbie Lawler, Gilbert Melendez and Matt...Show More Summary

Cain Velasquez Coach: Velasquez May Be out Longer Than Expected

UFC heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez may be on the shelf longer than originally expected after surgeons found additional damage in his knee during a recent operation. Javier Mendez—head coach at American Kickboxing Academy, whereShow More Summary

Trainer: Cain Velasquez is not the greatest heavyweight of all time...yet

Before you start a riot, dive in to hear the reasoning behind the comments made by coach Javier Mendez. When Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight kingpin Cain Velasquez was forced to bow out of his much-anticipated titleShow More Summary

10 Must-See MMA Fights in the Month of November

With Cain Velasquez pulled from his scheduled title defense against Fabricio Werdum, we are now heading into a month in which a Bellator MMA bout between UFC veterans Tito Ortiz and Stephan Bonnar could be talked about more than any other matchup. Although Ortiz and Bonnar are past their primes, both are still big names among casual MMA fans. Show More Summary

The UFC Needs to Massively Scale Down The Amount of PPVs Each Year

("PPV buys are higher than ever, dummies. These goofy Internet fucks know NOTHING. Everything is fine."—Dana White doing his best impersonation of this guy. / Photo via Getty) By Mike Fagan Cain Velasquez became another victim (again) of the UFC's so-called “injury bug,” pulling out of UFC 180 with a knee injury. Show More Summary

Looking back at the history of the UFC interim heavyweight title in the wake of latest injury to Cain Velasquez

Mark Hunt and Fabricio Werdum will be fighting for the interim title at UFC 180, the sixth interim heavyweight title fight in UFC history. MMAmania.com looks back at the history of the substitute strap, and delves into who fought for...Show More Summary

Friday Links: UFC 179 Weigh-In Results, War Machine’s Latest Jail Letter, Cung Le Demands an Apology + More

("The Night Earnest Lost His Sht at the Kumite" — classic karate footage, via MMALatestNews) Three Fighters Miss Weight at UFC 179; Scott Jorgensen Fined (MMAJunkie) Cain Velasquez Has Successful Surgery, Hopes for March Return (MMAFighting) War Machine...Show More Summary

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