Jon Jones overcame a tense moment in the first round before going on to defend his light heavyweight title for a fourth time by beating Vitor Belfort at UFC 152. The event took place in…
Jon Jones, the man at the centre of the UFC 151 cancellation controversy in Las Vegas, is back in the spotlight on Saturday night at Toronto’s Air Canada Centre.
Jones has set his sights on successfully defending his light heavyweight title against Vitor Belfort, who will have a large contingent of Brazilian fans backing him up.
The last time Joseph Benavidez and Demetrious Johnson were in Toronto the two of them attended a Coldplay concert together.
The festivities for this weekend’s UFC 152 in Toronto have officially started as the open workout for the six headlining fighters took place on Wednesday.
For the four men headlining UFC 152 in Toronto later this month Tuesday’s media conference call was the last chance before fight week to get in any verbal jabs they wanted to throw at their opponents.
Vitor Belfort will take to the Octagon on Sept. 22 in Toronto with what seems like the longest of shots to beat Jon Jones.