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Matt Hughes Shelves Himself After Another Knockout at UFC 135


A month ago, we all saw Chris “Lights Out” Lytle (31-18-5) take his career into his own hands and announce his retirement before his bout with Dan “The Outlaw” Hardy (23-10-1). He stated that regardless of the outcome, he was going to walk away from MMA on his own terms. Fortunately for Lytle, he picked up the victory over Hardy and was able to ride into the sunset on a positive note. Last weekend, UFC Hall of Famer Matt Hughes (46-9) took a page out of Lytle’s book and hinted that his bout with Koscheck at UFC 135 could be his last.

The UFC 135 Medical Report Includes 12 Fighters


Saturday’s UFC 135 from Denver, Colorado saw 20 fighters put it all on the line to enter the Octagon. Today the Colorado Office of Boxing* issued its medical suspensions for UFC 135 that included the light heavyweight champion Jon Jones, along with 11 others.

Jon Jones: The Arrogance of a Young 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.

Nate Diaz looks Sharp in Lightweight Return against Gomi


Mean mug and never back down attitude in hand, Nate Diaz proved to fans and Zuffa why to never count him out when it seems the odds would be against him. Going into his fight with Takanori Gomi at UFC 135, he was on a two fight losing streak and possibly looking to exit stage right given another loss. Turning the tables and looking like the winner of the Ultimate Fighter season five, he submitted “The Fireball Kid” within the opening frame with an armbar.

UFC 135: Jones vs. Rampage Winners and Losers

Tim Boetsch

UFC 135 packed the Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado with the third highest attended UFC event (16,344) this year for a live gate of two million. The small 10 bout card produced a handful of highlight reel finishes, capped off with Quinton “Rampage” Jackson tapping out for only the second time in his career.

UFC 135: Jones vs. Rampage Results


UFC 135 packed the Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado for a 10 bout fight card that was headlined by a light heavyweight title fight between Jon Jones and Quinton “rampage” Jackson. Returning to the home of first two UFC events, the 135th (184th overall) event saw a broken jaw, a sleepy zombie, a Hall of Famer potentially fight for the last time and a champion has his “special day” ruined again.