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Trading Shots: What's to become of you now, Lyoto Machida?

In this week’s Trading Shots, MMAjunkie columnist Ben Fowlkes and retired UFC/WEC fighter Danny Downes discuss Lyoto Machida’s knockout loss at the hands of Yoel Romero at UFC Fight Night 70 in Hollywood, Fla., and what it means for the former champ to lose two fights in two months. 1,475 more words


Greg Jackson will handcuff Donald Cerrone to a chair to wait for UFC title shot

Trainer Greg Jackson is apparently willing to go to great lengths to assure Donald Cerrone gets his UFC title shot.

Jackson, head of the famed Jackson-Wikeljohn MMA team in New Mexico, joined AXS TV’s “Inside MMA” on Friday to discuss some of his students, including ex-champ Jon Jones, recent winner Carlos Condit and, of course, “Cowboy” Cerrone. 306 more words


Headline Hunting: Ferraro, Morgan on Daniel Cormier, Chris Weidman and more

A new champion was crowned at UFC 187, and a reigning titleholder held sway with a win over yet another Brazilian.

Veteran MMA analyst “Showdown Joe Ferraro and MMAjunkie’s John Morgan discuss Daniel Cormier and Chris Weidman, among other topics, in this week’s “Headline Hunting.” 82 more words


Johnson declined Cerrone at UFC 187; now wants 'Cowboy' in 'real' title eliminator

Michael Johnson said he was the first man offered to replace injured Khabib Nurmagomedov against Donald Cerrone at this past weekend’s UFC 187 event. John Makdessi ultimately filled in, but after watching the fight, Johnson said he regrets declining the opportunity. 546 more words


UFC 187 post fight results

UFC 187 had 2 world title championship fights. Chris Weidman has once again proven why he is the UFC middleweight champion. He defeated Vitor Belfort in the very first round! 26 more words


Passing the Guard: The Sports Inquirer Thoughts on UFC 187

By E. Marcel Pourtout, Editor

Here are my thoughts on UFC 187 and other things in the world of mixed martial arts.

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Donald Cerrone up next for UFC lightweight champ Rafael dos Anjos

Following his win this past weekend at UFC 187, Donald Cerrone has finally been promised the next title shot.

Cerrone (28-6 MMA, 15-3 UFC), who easily handled and appeared to… 241 more words