Daniel Cormier is Ready to Rumble, Warns Jon Jones

Daniel Cormier just needs to cut a few more weights but he looks mentally ready to rumble against Anthony Johnson.
UFC 210 is just around the corner and Daniel Cormier looks really pumped as he answers questions from the media including what he will do with his opponent and also answered a few questions about his favorite fighter of all time, Jon Jones.

Will Anthony Johnson Defeat Daniel Cormier on Part Two?

Daniel Cormier is set to face Anthony Johnson in a rematch that took 2 years to make. Both fighters first met May 23, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The fight was for the Light Heavyweight championship in which Cormier prevailed and defeated johnson via rear-naked choke in the 3rd round.
Daniel Cormier has fought only twice since then, first against Alexander Gustafson and the last one was with Anderson Silva both of which he won.
Next week  Cornier face Anthony Johnson once again for a rematch. Cormier now at 38 years old is had a total of 19 fights and only one defeat which came from the hands of his probably most controversial opponent Jon Jones.
On the other hand Anthony Johnson at 33 is enjoying a 3 game winning streak with all of those fights earning him an award of performance of the night. Johnson had a total of 27 fights, 22 wins and 5 losses the last one being with Cormier in which he fell short to acquiring the belt.
On  April 8 2017 Johnson will get another crack at the Light Heavyweight belt when he faces Cormier again for the second time at the Keybank Center in New York.
But just before that faithful night let’s watch the awesome free video that UFC posted on their Youtube channel featuring Daniel Cormier against Dan Henderson. This fight earned him a shot at Jon Jones.

Get HYPED! UFC 202: Nate Diaz vs. Conor McGregor ll

Two days until one of the biggest and highly anticipated rematches in the UFC! Nate Diaz vs Conor McGregor part two.

Diaz submitted and forced McGregor to tap in the second round at UFC 196 last March. The featherweight champion has done everything so that the same fate he suffered will not happen again.

UFC set the light heavyweights Anthony Johnson and Glover Teixeira as the co-main event. Their fight is supposed to be the UFC on Fox 20 main event but Johnson pulled out of the card due to personal issues. Both won their last fights. Teixeira knocked out Rashad Evans and called out ‘Rumble’ during his post fight interview. Johnson also had a knockout win over Ryan Bader.

Donald Cerrone takes on Rick Story. It is going to be Cowboy’s second bout at the welterweight since he moved from the lightweight last June.

Sabah Homasi is the replacement of Sean Strickland who suffered a knee injury and will be the one now to face Tim Means.

Neil Magny vs. Lorenz Larkin is headlining the preliminary card. The UFN 85 is still fresh in my mind where Magny hand Lombard his first loss by way of TKO and almost killed him because of the referee’s late stoppage. The army vet gave Lombard, who was no longer answering, over forty punches but the fight just continued into the third round. The opportunity came to Lorenz Larkin to fight a top-10 opponent when Dong Hyun Kim withdrew due to injury.

UFC 202 will be held in T-Mobile Arena Las Vegas, August 20. The line up of fighters are as follows:

Welterweight: Nate Diaz vs. Conor McGregor

Light Heavyweight: Anthony Johnson vs. Glover Teixeira

Welterweight: Donald Cerrone vs. Rick Story

Welterweight: Hyun Gyu Lim vs. Mike Perry

Welterweight: Tim Means vs. Sabah Homasi

Bantamweight: Cody Garbrandt vs. Takeya Mizugaki

Women’s Bantamweight: Raquel Pennington vs. Elizabeth Phillips

Featherweight: Chris Avila vs. Artem Lobov

Strawweight: Randa Markos vs. Cortney Casey

Welterweight: Neil Magny vs. Lorenz Larkin

Welterweight: Colby Covington vs. Max Griffin

Welterweight: Ning Guangyou vs. Marlon Vera

Welterweight: Alberto Uda vs. Marvin Vettori