Cormier breaks down UFC 217 ticket sale woes and GSP physical shape

UFC light heavyweight Daniel Cormier gives his spin on why the returning Georges St. Pierre and middleweight champ Michael Bisping ticket sales are going slower than usual. UFC 217 takes place on November 4th in New York and was expected to sell out almost immediately. That is not the case and Daniel shares his opinions on why.

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White says Jones is the ‘most wasted talent ever’, now indifferent

Dana White talked once again about the tragedy that is Jon Jones on the TSN radio show. Jones failed another drug test this summer after recapturing the light heavyweight title from Daniel Cormier and the hearts of fans just sank. Dana reaffirmed what most are feeling right now about Jon’s grim future. He’s the most wasted … Read more

Daniel Cormier says McGregor would pick Ferguson apart, heaviest hitter he faced

Daniel Cormier weighed in on the probable lightweight champion Conor McGregor vs. interim lightweight champion Tony Ferguson bout. He talked about how Conor would “snipe” Ferguson at will and breaks down exactly why he feels that way. He also talks about who the heaviest puncher that he faced was as well as who has “pillow hands” at AKA. Check it out!

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DJ now owns UFC p4p list, more changes since Jones violation

So…there’s this Jon Jones thing going around that he failed some test somewhere. After his positive tests for Turinabol went public via USADA it’s been downhill for Jones. His anticipated return fight which saw him recapture the light heavyweight title from Daniel Cormier at UFC 214 has been ruled a no contest. The once highly … Read more

Jones B sample is back and it’s bad, USADA statement

Jon Jones tested positive for the banned substance Turinabol for his fight with former champ Daniel Cormier at UFC 214. Jon had regained his light heavyweight championship and was a living example of redemption and recovery. Shortly after – it all came crashing down and any support he had was gone. Very few people were … Read more