UFC 128 Jon Jones VS Maurcio Shogun Rua Full Fight (Video)

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Is there anyone at 205lbs. who can stop Jon ‘Bones’ Jones (13-1-0)?


The 23-year-old phenom, now the youngest fighter to ever wear a UFC championship belt, was nearly flawless in his dominant victory over the usually aggressive Muay Thai striker Mauricio ‘Shogun’ Rua (19-5-0) who seemed to run out of gas midway through the second round due to the barrage of attacks being landed by his sizable opponent whom commentator Joe Rogan described as looking a full weight class larger than Rua, though the official scales said otherwise.

The fight played out in similar fashion to almost all of Jones’ previous thirteen victories as he orchestrated a mix of unorthodox attacks using spinning back kicks, flying knees, explosive elbows, and some spectacular throws that combined into an overwhelming force which had turned Rua into astumbling punching bag by the third round.

Being a battle tested veteran and proud Brazilian, Rua showed true grit in his efforts to push through the punishment, but midway through the third frame referee Herb Dean had seen enough and put and end to the massacre by calling the fight in Jones’ favor via TKO at 2:37, which caused the crowd to erupt in celebration while Jones flopped to the canvas seemingly stunned by his own historic accomplishment.

Immediately following the bout Jones friend and training partner ‘Suga’ Rashad Evans (15-1-1) was introduced as the next light heavyweight contender though the fans in attendance tried to drown Evans in a hail of boos once he took the microphone to address the newly crowned champion. No word yet on when the Jones vs Evans title contest will take place, but it is hard to imagine Evans faring any better than Rua if/when he steps in against the one they call ‘Bones’.



 

Jon Jones vs. Lyoto Machida (Full) – UFC 140

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TORONTO — Light heavyweight champion Jon Jones survived a challenging first round to choke out former champion Lyoto Machida at 4:26 of the second round in UFC 140 on Saturday night.

The Brazilian didn’t tap out and toppled when referee John McCarthy stepped in and the champ finally let go of the standing guillotine choke.

Jones (15-1) became the first 205-pound champion since Chuck Liddell to make consecutive successful title defenses.

“He looked phenomenal. Jon Jones is the real deal,” UFC President Dana White said. “I just don’t see anybody beating this guy any time soon.”

The main event took fight of the night honors, earning Jones and Machida an extra $75,000 apiece.

Machida (17-3) darted in and out and got Jones’ attention in the first round with quick attacks and some counters. At one point, Machida drove Jones backward.

It was more of the same in the second. Jones scored with some kicks, but was hurt on the counter.

Jones restored the balance with an elbow that carved open a gash on Machida’s forehead. Machida got back up, only to have McCarthy call in the doctor.

The fight was allowed to continue and Jones stunned Machida with a punch, then locked in the standing guillotine choke at the fence.

In the co-main event, former heavyweight champion Frank Mir (16-5) rallied to submit Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira (33-7-1 with one no contest) in the first round.

Earlier, Antonio Rogerio Nogueira — Rodrigo’s twin brother — pounded out a first-round TKO over former light heavyweight champion Tito Ortiz.

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UFC 133: Evans vs. Ortiz Who Will You Pick?

UFC 133 is an upcoming Ultimate Fighting Championship event to be held on August 6, 2011, at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia. The featured match of the night was scheduled to be a light heavyweight fight between Rashad Evans and Tito Ortiz , who replaced Phil Davis on the card when Davis pulled out with an injury. Ortiz wil be fighting for the second time in just over a month, coming off a win at UFC 132.

UFC 133 was originally expected to pit Evans against UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones, but Jones suffered an injury in his previous fight and Davis was tabbed as a substitute. He withdrew with a left knee injury on July 12, and after initially declining an invitation to join the card, Tito Ortiz stepped up to face Evans. The co-featured bout pits Vitor Belfort against Yoshihiro Akiyama.

UFC 135 – Jon Jones vs Rampage Jackson

UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones has been medically cleared to resume fighting and is tentatively scheduled to face former titleholder Quinton “Rampage” Jackson at UFC 135 on Sept. 24 at Pepsi Center in Denver.

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“We’re very excited that Jon got cleared,” Jones’ manager, Malki Kawa, told ESPN.com. “It’s an exciting matchup, so Jon decided to fight Rampage. ”He considers Rampage a legend in the sport.”

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