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Crowd reaction to Frank Mir’s submission over Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira at UFC 140.
UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones talks about his fight against Lyoto Machida at UFC 140, and calls the Brazilian his toughest fight yet.
UFC “Hall of Famer” Randy Couture gives his thoughts on the light heavyweight clash this weekend at UFC 140 between current champion, Jon Jones and Lyoto Machida.
“Machida’s style was everything I expected it to be. I studied the tapes but he’s just hard to get a handle on. I certainly don’t thing Jon’s going to have an easy time of it catching up with him. He’s elusive, he’s a great athlete, he’s a tremendous counter-fighter and he has a lot of interesting tools. It was an interesting camp for me to prepare for him because he just does a lot of things differently to others guys that I’ve prepared for. Jon will find the same issues.”
“I don’t think it’ll be a walkover, I don’t think Jon will blow Machida’s doors off. But Jon does have everything firing for him right now; he’s long, he rangy, he’s a tremendous wrestler, he’s a tremendous athlete and he can strike with anybody. If Jon can get his hands on Machida he can take him down and it will be interesting to see how Lyoto deals with being under a guy like Jon.”
Claude Patrick talks about meeting Brian Ebersole at UFC 140.
Mark Bocek talks about his UFC 140 fight against Nik Lentz.
UFC light heavyweight fighter, Antonio Rogerio Nogueira, faces legendary Tito Ortiz at UFC 140.
UFC president Dana White comments on the promotion’s return to Toronto, Ontario with UFC 140: Jones vs. Machida.
UFC 140: Jones vs. Machida pre-fight press conference from the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Ontario.
Former UFC light heavyweight champion Lyoto Machida shows some moves at the UFC 140 open workouts.
Former UFC heavyweight fighter Frank Mir talks about his UFC 140 rematch against Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira.
Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira talks his rematch against Frank Mir at UFC 140, his health status going into the rematch and more.
Lyoto Machida talks about his UFC 140 title fight against Jon Jones, being an underdog going into the fight, and the critics who say he doesn’t deserve a title shot.
UFC light heavyweight champ Jon Jones is set to meet Lyoto Machida this weekend in the main event of UFC 140 in his second title defense of the year.
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UFC president Dana White talks a variety of topics after the Press Conference for the UFC on FOX 2 show in Chicago.
Dana White’s video blog for UFC 140 features behind the scenes from UFC 139.
UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones shows some moves at the UFC 140 open workouts.
Tom Atencio and UFC lightweight fighter Ross Pearson give their predictions for the upcoming UFC 140 event in Toronto, Canada this weekend.
UFC legend, Dan Henderson, gives his thoughts on the upcoming UFC 140 clash this weekend between UFC champion, Jon Jones and number one contender, Lyoto Machida.
“I think obviously Jon Jones is probably the favorite in that one. With his style and his wrestling ability, he should be able to control the fight well. Lyoto likes to stay on the outside, and I think that’s probably not the opponent to do it against.
Lyoto’s real quick and he’s a little bit goofy. He’s got a nice straight left hand. He definitely could catch Jon Jones. I don’t think Jon Jones’ chin has really been tested much because he is hard to hit. Anything can happen in a fight, but I definitely see Jones picking him apart from the outside and probably taking him down and beating him up.”
When asked for his own chances against Jones, Henderson added:
“I think I’m a tough fight for anybody. If you’re in a fight with me, you’re definitely going to know you’re in a fight. I don’t know if really Jon Jones has felt that too much in his career. I definitely would test that out. I think style-wise I match up real well with him. That’s pretty much one of the last things I’ve got on my list for my career, to get a UFC title and keep it for a little while.”