How great is Jon Jones?
The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) interim light heavyweight champion came off the bench after 15 months of inactivity and convincingly beat a short-notice replacement -- ranked No. 6 in the world -- in the main event of UFC 197 last Sat. night (April 23, 2016) in Las Vegas, Nevada, and still got shit on for his performance.
Out with Ovince Saint Preux, in with Daniel Cormier.
In the UFC 197 co-main event, Demetrious Johnson defended his title -- yet again -- against flyweight contender Henry Cejudo, who was unable to tip the scales in his favor despite his status as an Olympic gold medalist. Joining "The Messenger" on the sour sidelines is former UFC champ Anthony Pettis, who dropped his third in a row after getting knocked around by Edson Barboza.
Missed the event? Too hungover to remember what happened?
No worries, as we've gone ahead and compiled links to all of the top stories coming out of "Jones vs. Saint Preux," including breaking news, highlights, reactions, results, recaps, and more, all conveniently laid out in the UFC 197 wrap-up post below.
Have at it!
UFC 197: The fights
UFC 197: The highlight reels
UFC 197: Post-fight housekeeping
UFC 197: The morning after
Other notable stories from this past weekend
That should just about cover it.
UFC will take next weekend off, then come storming back on Sun., May 8, 2016 for UFC Fight Night 87: "Overeem vs. Arlovski," which takes place inside Ahoy Rotterdam in Rotterdam, Netherlands, on FOX Sports 1 (more on that fight card here).
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