Jussier Formiga Eyes Henry Cejudo Rematch:

Brazilian Flyweight contender Jussier Formiga and I recently sat down ahead of his pivotal encounter with compatriot Deviveson Figueriedo he currently holds the #1 rank in the flyweight division, and with this ranking comes the possibility of a move to Bantamweight, we discussed his past with champion Henry Cejudo, the prospect of another ‘super fight’ and his big plans for the coming year.  Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu expert Formiga has gazumped the likes of Sergio Pettis, Ben Nguyen and Ulka Sasaki on his current tear and looks to earn a rematch with former foe Henry Cejudo after their razor thin 2015 decision, … Continue reading Jussier Formiga Eyes Henry Cejudo Rematch:

How Many Flyweights Could Jon Jones Take?

Surely everyone does loves a good underdog story, and why the hell not? So with the state of the UFC flyweight division still up in air, I have created a scenario for those tough little fellas to keep their job while getting big PPV money: It’s rather simple. You must fight Jon ‘Bones’ Jones in the main event…. in waves of 3. Of course, this sounds ridiculous. Even I initially questioned by very sanity for coming up with such a ludicrous idea. “Three men vs one? NO WAY that party of one survives a single round.” “What happens when the … Continue reading How Many Flyweights Could Jon Jones Take?