Washington D.C. is the nation’s capitol, home of our president, housing numerous landmarks and symbols of American dominance throughout the modern world and will host UFC on Versus 6 this Saturday night, in what could also be host to another dominating era. Dominick “Dominator” Cruz will be putting his UFC bantamweight title on the line against another opponent (Demetrius Johnson) who has only been beaten once and looks to be the man to dethrone the champion.
Jon Jones: current UFC light heavyweight champion, youngest champion in UFC history, defeated only once in his 15 career fights due to a technicality, impressively dominant in every fight and most importantly let’s not forget – arrogant champion.
Jon Jones is in full control of his career inside and outside of the cage heading into UFC 135. I’ve seen a lot of writers say that he looks uncomfortable trading verbal shots with Rampage in the months, weeks and days leading up to his first career title defense Saturday Night. I beg, I don’t even beg, I just flat-out differ. As a matter of fact I almost feel like I must be watching some completely different programming.
Nick Diaz should be on top of the world. The Strikeforce Welterweight Champion just defeated Paul Daley, the one man believed to be too dangerous standing for Nick Diaz
If you’ve been living under a rock for the past couple days, or just haven’t heard yet, the UFC and the WEC have merged together and at the start of the New Year the WEC will be under the UFC banner together. This means that now on the UFC roster are Bantamweights and Featherweights, in addition to a new group of Lightweights.