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Jon Jones training video out, Lesner on Rousey, Jacare vs Romero set for UFC 194

Jones back to training, Lesner on Rousey, Souza vs Romero for UFC 194

Jones has been doing a lot of soul-searching

- After being stripped of the UFC Light Heavyweight title due to a hit and run incident, Jon ‘Bones’ Jones has done a good job of keeping a low profile since April.

He has made occasional appearances over the past few months at a few places, one being at the giving back to the children of the Boys & Girls Club in Albuquerque, N.M. He has also been seen posing for pictures. 

Jones, on Wednesday, came out of his underground shell when he was seen in his fellow teammate, UFC Lightweight No. 1 contender, Donal Cerrone’s training video. In the video, the 28-year-old pound for pound great was seen polishing his grappling skills with UFC fighter Kyle Noke after 10 mins into the video. Jones seems on his way back to reclaim his title after months of soul-searching.

You can watch the video by clicking this link.

- The baddest man on the planet and the beast Brock Lesner showered praise on UFC Womens Bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey by calling her a man among women in the women’s division, in an interview with SportsCenter.

Ronda has been completely untouchable in her division and has practically fought for 25 mins in her entire career, with a majority of the fights ending in the first round and under a minute. 

The video can be found in this link.

- It was announced recently that Top-ranked Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Middleweight contenders, Ronaldo "Jacare" Souza (No. 2) and Yoel Romero (No. 3), will collide at UFC 194, which is scheduled for MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Dec. 12, 2015.

Jacare has been on a eight fight win streak and and has not lost in the UFC to date with a record of 5-0. Romero too has a flawless record in the octagon with six wins and no losses. The 185- pound fight would be an awesome co-main event to the UFC Middleweight title fight against Chris Weidman and no 1 contender Luke Rockhold, which too would be a cracker.

The winner might face the Rockhold-Weidman winner probably next year. The card alos includes a Featherweight championship unification main event between Jose Aldo and interim title winner Conor McGregor. 

That makes UFC 194 a must watch PPV and probably the best of the year.

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