Light heavyweight champion Jon Jones tested clean after his UFC 232 win over Alexander Gustafsson and used the results to take aim at his critics.
UFC presented Make-A-Wish Southern Nevada with a donation of $240,000 at an event at UFC headquarters on Jan. 10.
UFC flyweight Joseph Benavidez, who is booked to fight Dustin Ortiz at UFC Fight Night 143 on ESPN+, discusses his role as an alternate for the title fight between T.J. Dillashaw and Henry Cejudo, his new 4-fight contract and the future of the 125-pound division.
Light heavyweight champion Jon Jones is expected to headline the March 2 card in Las Vegas after his last fight was moved out of town, though his participation is contingent on a Nevada Athletic Commission licensing hearing.
The 31-year-old has missed more than years due to suspensions since first winning the UFC light heavyweight title, easing some of the potential wear-and-tear on his mind and body.
Jones becomes champion for the third time with a third-round knockout of Alexander Gustafsson on Saturday night at the Forum in Inglewood, Calif.
After all the drama and chaos of one of the wildest weeks in UFC history, Jon Jones and Alexander Gustafsson will step into the cage Saturday for a rematch of one of the best light heavyweight title bouts ever.
The beleaguered former light heavyweight champion was in no mood to apologize for being the center of another controversy, this time prompting the card’s relocation from Las Vegas to Los Angeles.