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For just a split-second, Pat Healy admits he had to second guess his concept of reality. After all, it felt like he had just submitted Jim Miller, but that's not what longtime UFC announcer Bruce Buffer was saying.
The coach of the UFC's top Light Heavyweight says he looks forward to training Jon Jones for the challenges presented by a move up to the Heavyweight class and for the remaining challenges left at 205 pounds.
Luke Rockhold says that he had advantages over Vitor Belfort in every aspect of the fight, but also says that he's "more of a man" than the former UFC champion. In addition, Rockhold took a shot at Vitor's TRT usage.
Phil Davis was the subject of a bizarre TMZ.com report this past weekend, and the timing of the story couldn't have been worse. But UFC President Dana White said he's not buying the complaints against "Mr. Wonderful."
Following this past weekend's bizarre UFC 159 event, Ultimate Fighting Championship President Dana White urged the Association of Boxing Commissions (ABC) to take a hard look at a few of its current rules. Now UFC Vice President of Regulatory Affairs Marc Ratner is planning on making a formal request.
UFC MW Michael Bisping continues to charm by alleging that his opponent Alan Belcher was acting and 'looking for a way out' following the vicious eye poke that ended their UFC 159 bout in the 3rd round.
Gian Villante needed just 10 seconds – just 10 seconds to shake off an accidental eye poke and get back into his fight at Saturday's UFC 159 event.
Instead, Villante (10-4 MMA, 0-1 UFC) honestly answered that he couldn't see at that exact moment, and his light-heavyweight bout with fellow Strikeforce import Ovince St. Preux (13-5 MMA, 1-0 UFC) was instantly waved off.
It just wouldn't be a Chael Sonnen title fight with a couple what-ifs sprinkled about, now would it? Despite nearly finding the belt wrapped around his waist on a technicality, Sonnen hinted he may be done competing in the cage. If that's the case, how will he be remembered?
As it currently stands, UFC President Dana White has declared Lyoto Machida the promotion's current No. 1 contender at light heavyweight. But if the division's champ isn't cleared to fight until the end of the year, "The Dragon" has another plan in mind.