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From the day in August 2009 when his then-trainer, Greg Jackson, brought young phenom Jon Jones into the gym and assured Evans everything would be fine even though they were in the same weight class, Evans believed he would find himself staring
Live (which is a decent show even though the ratings continue to plummet), and the UFC on Fuel event this past weekend, but if you're a diehard MMA fan like this guy, you'll know that two months without a PPV is way too long.
As Jon Jones and Rashad Evans sat only a few feet apart, just 72 hours from finally finally settling their grudge, there was a disconnect between their calm demeanours and the bitterness that have led them to this week...For a flickering moment, you
The former training partners were at it again in a weekend conference call to promote their UFC 145 title fight in Atlanta, Georgia this Sunday (Australian time), with Evans launching a stinging attack on his former coach Greg Jackson. The former
The last several months, former light heavyweight champion Rashad Evans (above, right) has presented his case to the media like a court-appointed attorney. All of the evidence has shown that he has no shot at winning his case (fight), but if he can
The Ultimate Fighting Championship is expanding its efforts to fight pirating of its events on the Internet by going after individual users who access the streams. Battling websites that post illegal streams of UFC pay-per-view events has been an
Phone Number (required): -- Enter your phone number...Rampage was leaving Greystone Manor nightclub in L.A. ... when a fan with a pain fetish approached Jackson and asked to be cracked in the mouth.
Four times he's fought in Ultimate Fighting Championship title matches and four times he's left the cage with the lightweight belt. He followed up a pair of wins over a UFC legend with two of 2011's most dramatic showdowns. The company president has
When Quinton "Rampage" Jackson found out the Ultimate Fighting Championship was returning to Japan for the first time in more than a decade, he did whatever it took to get on the card. "It's a no-brainer. The UFC is going back to Japan, and I got my
UFC light heavyweight champion Quinton "Rampage" Jackson instantly knew he wanted to participate on the card. Jackson, who fought exclusively in Japan from July of 2001 through February of 2006, became a fan favorite. The UFC granted Jackson's wish,