Extra, extra, read all about it. Alexander Gustafsson is out of his title fight rematch against Jon Jones, and Daniel Cormier will step in as his replacement on September 27th in Las Vegas. It’s a shame that Gustafsson is injured and will miss out on his opportunity for the time being. However, this new match up presents a plethora of possibilities. Continue reading “Gustafsson Out, Cormier in against Jones at UFC 178”
The last time I was completely dismissive of a fight, Matt Serra defeated Georges St. Pierre to become the welterweight champion. I’m trying not to make the same mistake twice but I don’t see many avenues where Alexander Gustafsson finds victory against Jon Jones at UFC 165 in Toronto.
The Ultimate Fighting Championship makes its first venture into Sweden with an exciting card that will be seen by millions across Europe and maybe two hundred thousand people in the United States. I’m one of the many who doesn’t have Fuel TV so I won’t be able to watch it live. The eyes of the MMA world will be on Alexander Gustafsson, who many expect to emerge as a future challenger for the light heavyweight title and some even feel he is the heir apparent to Jon Jones’ crown.