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Wednesday, August 9, 2017

bloodyelbow : declared in Cris Cyborg wants Holly Holm at UFC 219 for her first title defense

If Cris Cyborg has her way, she'll be defending her UFC Featherweight Championship in Las Vegas against Holly Holm. Yesterday, LA Times reporter Lance Pugmire tweeted that the UFC wants Cyborg to defend her title in New York City at UFC 217. The caption states that she has told her management team about wanting Holm at UFC 219. Cyborg has also changed her Twitter name to "#UFC219 CyborgVHolm". The newly crowed champion took to Twitter and Instagram to push for the fight to take place on the New Year's card, UFC 219.


Featherweight Champ Cris 'Cyborg' Calls for UFC 219 Showdown vs. Holly Holm on Dec. 30

Envie suas mensagens para o @ufc_brasil e diga que deseja #cyborgnation em #ufc219A post shared by CRIS CYBORG #ufc219 (@criscyborg) on Aug 8, 2017 at 11:24am PDT #CyborgNation I just called my manager @primetime360esm and told him I want to fight @hollyholm #UFC219 in LAS VEGAS #CyborgVHolm if you want to see this fight New Years now is the time to send your messages to the @ufc @danawhite Brasil quero lutar contra a lutadora que venceu a Ronda, no Ano Novo em Las Vegas!

Cris Cyborg calls out Holly Holm for UFC 219 title bout in Las Vegas
Cris Cyborg called out Holly Holm moments after winning the UFC featherweight belt at UFC 214. The Brazilian star finished Tonya Evinger in Anaheim, Calif., on July 29, to claim the vacant 145-pound championship, and is targeting a return on Las Vegas' UFC 219 card on Dec. 30. Holm lost three in a row since that win, but recently bounced back with a head kick knockout over Bethe Correia. Cyborg hasn't lost in 19 bouts, including 16 knockouts. Now, she has a date in mind for the potential clash.


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MMAjunkie : declared in UFC champ Jon Jones open to Alexander Gustafsson rematch – but not in New York City

No final decisions have been made, Jones said, but he's open to the rematch with Gustafsson next. Between his two reigns as UFC champ, Jones already has wiped out most of the elite in his weight class. Newly crowned UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones is still weighing the options for his next fight, but he's not shutting down the possibility of a rematch with Alexander Gustafsson. I think the Gustafsson fight is an option for us right now. Related Jon Jones discusses UFC 214 fallout, mixed feelings on Daniel Cormier's post-KO interview with Joe Rogan"Every fight gets my blood flowing," Jones told MMAjunkie.


UFC Champ Jon Jones on Meeting Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson

"That was the first time I met Dwayne and it was such a great moment," Jones tells Rolling Stone. Jones met former WWE superstar Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, who is a longtime supporter of MMA, for the first time. "The Rock," who is currently listed as the highest paid actor in the world, told Jones witnessing his turnaround provides positively to his life and others. Regaining the UFC Light Heavyweight championship was a crucial moment for Jon Jones' legacy. Jones endured a turbulent 31-month period between his first victory over Cormier at UFC 182 in January 2015 and the rematch with "DC" at UFC 214.

Mir: Jon Jones can beat any UFC heavyweight — except Stipe Miocic
Reigning Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) light heavyweight champion Jon Jones is running out of potential contenders at 205 pounds, after finishing his business with Daniel Cormier at UFC 214 last month in Anaheim, California. Probably because "Bones" would be broken against the facebook/" target="_blank">likes of Stipe Miocic, who captured the crown against Fabricio Werdum before defending it against Alistair Overeem and Junior dos Santos, respectively. Related Video: White Recaps UFC 214, Jones' 'Incredible' PerformanceBut why move up a class and not challenge for the title? But when you say 'fight Stipe,' he's like, 'ehh.' There's a reason why. You could hear when Jon called out Brock, stylistically that fight makes sense for Jon if he moves up to heavyweight.


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MMAjunkie : declared in With Abu Azaitar out, Siyar Bahadurzada meets Rob Wilkinson at UFC Fight Night 115

Abu Azaitar (12-1-1 MMA, 0-0 UFC) is out of his welterweight fight against Siyar Bahadurzada at UFC Fight Night 115. The latest UFC Fight Night 115 card now includes:Stefan Struve vs. Alexander VolkovGermaine de Randamie vs. Marion ReneauSiyar Bahadurzada vs. UFC Fight Night 115 takes place Sept. 2 at Ahoy Rotterdam in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Related Stefan Struve vs. Alexander Volkov headlines September's UFC Fight Night in RotterdamThe 25-year-old Wilkinson, from Australia, is a perfect 11-0 to open his career. The event airs on FS1 following early prelims on UFC Fight Pass.


Rob Wilkinson Replaces Azaitar, Meets Siyar Bahadurzada at UFC Fight Night 115 in Rotterdam

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The best from UFC Fight Night 114
UFC Fight Night 114 reactions: Winning and losing fighters on social mediaFor complete coverage of UFC Fight Night 114, check out the UFC Events section of the site. The door is closed on UFC Fight Night 114, which took place this past Saturday at Mexico City Arena in Mexico. UFC Fight Night 114 post-event facts: Overlooked card proves heavy on history5. Relive all 7 record-tying 1st-round finishes from UFC Fight Night 1142. The card aired on FS1 following early prelims on UFC Fight Pass, and featured Sergio Pettis (16-2 MMA, 7-2 UFC) defeating Brandon Moreno (14-4 MMA, 3-1 UFC) in the flyweight headliner.


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