Dana White and Jon Jones haven’t exactly been on the best of terms since Jones’ hit-and-run incident and subsequent hour-long interview with Ariel Helwani where...
Taking care of legal matters outside of the cage, former UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones caught wind of Daniel Cormier’s decision that after a...
As noted earlier, former UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Jon Jones was sentenced today to 18 months’ probation today in an an Albuquerque, New Mexico, courtroom. He pleaded guilty to leaving the scene of a crash, closing the loop on an April hit and run accident that he fled from. After finishing up in court, he retweeted a note from his representatives at EAG Sports Management that linked to the following statement: With regards to today’s decision made by the court, I am very happy to now be able to put this incident...
Also, Lombard's victory over Josh Burkman has been changed to a "No Contest."
Lawler-MacDonald to battle for the UFC 170-pound title in Las Vegas.
The Nevada Athletic Commission issues temporary suspensions to all three UFC fighters.
Cormier-Bader in a battle of highly regarded Light Heavyweights set for 6/6.
Lombard tests positive for an anabolic steroid.
The UFC President offers more information on Jon Jones' short rehab stint.
The Women's MMA fighter gets her UFC walking papers.
"Bones" Jones explains deleted Gustafsson tweet and gives his opinion on who the top five Light Heavyweight contenders are.
"Bones" Jones to break his silence regarding his drug addiction issues on FS1 this Monday night.
The UFC President continues to address the rumors and speculation surrounding Jon Jones.
The UFC President disputes reports of Jon Jones checking out of rehab after 24 hours.
Early pay-per-view estimates are in for the Jon Jones vs. Daniel Cormier headlined event.
"Mr. Wonderful" takes shots at Jones' testing positive for cocaine.
MacDonald vs. Lombard to determine No. 1 contender to welterweight title on 4/25.
The UFC President talks in detail about the Jon Jones situation on FOX Sports 1.
The UFC President will address Jones' positive test for cocaine on FS1.
Jones' opponent issues statement on his drug-test failure.