Yes, we would all like to see Jon Jones vs. Anderson Silva in the wake of their respective blowout victories over Quinton "Rampage" Jackson and Yushin Okami, respectively. But "Bones" still has business to take care of in the light heavyweight division. MMAmania.com Founder Thomas Myers breaks down his future match-up options at 205-pounds right here.
With his dominant submission win over Quinton Jackson at UFC 135, light heavyweight champion Jon Jones, 24, is arguably the best fighter in the sport today. Agree or disagree? Read one of those arguments here.
Rashad Evans has predicted Jon Jones to defeat Quinton Jackson at UFC 135 tomorrow night (Sept. 24, 2011) for months now. But suddenly, just days before the two are poised to get busy at the Pepsi Center, "Suga" has flipped the script and is now picking "Rampage." What caused his change of heart? Find out right here.
Jon Jones vs. Rampage Jackson staredown .gif from UFC 135 press conference in Denver, Colorado. Mr. Jones doesn't look too happy while Mr. Jackson is all smiles. And Dana White, of course, cannot contain himself.
"Rampage" Jackson signs bout agreement today to fight Jon Jones at UFC 135 on Sept. 24 in Denver, Colorado. He announced as much on Twitter and proclaimed, quite simply, "I WANT MY BELT BACK!!" Anyone think he gets it?
Roy Nelson finally deciding to get in shape? If a recent tweet from Mike Dolce, famed nutritionist, is any indication, "Big Country" just may be getting serious about it: "@roynelsonmma It was great meeting you and your wife this week. Let's continue our conversation." The "Dolce Diet" is responsible for whipping into shape such beefy brawlers as Quinton "Rampage" Jackson and Thiago Alves. Can Dolce work his magic on Nelson, as well?
Wrestling standout Matt Hamill attempted 17 takedowns during his main event fight against Quinton Jackson at UFC 130 on May 28 in Las Vegas. He was successful approximately zero times, according to the fine folks at Fight Metric. Only the 2008 Detroit Lions know failure on a level that massive. Photo: Yahoo! Sports
Quinton Jackson takes to Twitter to assure his fans that he will be ready for Thiago Silva when the two square off at UFC 130 on May 28 in Las Vegas: "Thanks 2 all my fans 4 the support on my next fight,u have my word that I will train my ass off,I'm still on the road 2 get my belt back." Is this a good sign or a bad sign that we're already hearing this from "Rampage?"