Light heavyweight champ Jon Jones believes in his skills while challenger Alexander Gustafsson is confident he can walk away with the belt around his waist.
UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones isn't guaranteed an immediate rematch if he loses to Alexander Gustafsson at UFC 165 on Saturday night in Toronto.
Full weigh-ins results from Friday's UFC 165: Jones vs. Gustafsson weigh-in event in Toronto.
Take a behind the scenes look at the UFC 165: Jones vs. Gustafsson media day featuring Alexander Gustafsson, Eddie Wineland, Brendan Schaub, Kyle Noke and
Jon Jones has signed a sponsorship deal with Gatorade on the eve of his UFC 165 clash with Alexander Gustafsson on Saturday night in Toronto.
UFC flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson and lightweight contender Gilbert Melendez give their analysis and predictions for the two UFC 165 title fights.
Check out the behind the scenes lead-up to Saturday's UFC 165 fight between Jon Jones and Alexander Gustafsson, as well as Renan Barao vs. Eddie
Check out the behind the scenes build-up to the UFC interim bantamweight title bout between champion Renan Barao and challenger Eddie Wineland in Countdown to
Check out the behind the scenes build-up to the UFC heavyweight bout between Brendan Schaub and Matt Mitrione in Countdown to UFC 165.
Check out Chael Sonnen's Fox Sports Live interview with UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones.
Check out the behind the scenes lead-up to Saturday's UFC 165 fight between Jon Jones and Alexander Gustafsson. Countdown to UFC 165 premiers at 8
UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones says his UFC 165 opponent Alexander Gustafsson hasn't faced anything close to him.
In his last fight at UFC 159 in April, Jon Jones suffered a horrific injury during his victory over Chael Sonnen. Rest assured, Jones' toe
Top light heavyweight contender Alexander Gustafsson talks about his upcoming UFC 165 title fight with champion Jon Jones. "Everyone's got weaknesses," he says.
UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones can set the UFC light heavyweight record for most title defenses at UFC 165 on Sept. 21 when he
UFC light heavyweight contender Alexander Gustafsson says he will defeat champion Jon Jones at UFC 165 on Sept. 21 by staying on the outside.
Top 205-pound contender Alexander Gustafsson faces champion Jon Jones at UFC 165 on Sept. 21. Watch Gustafsson's UFC debut against Jared Hamman at UFC
UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones doesn't agree with the comparison's between himself and Alexander Gustafsson heading into UFC 165 on Sept. 21.
It only makes sense that Glover Teixeira, following his first-round finish of Ryan Bader, would be granted the next shot at the UFC light heavyweight
While issues of superfights, moving weight classes, and the like, constantly skirt around the edges, UFC champ Jon Jones is laser-focused on Alexander Gustafsson and
The stakes got a little higher for Glover Teixeira on Saturday night and he didn't even fight. Dana White and Joe Silva confirmed that Teixeira
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Take a look behind the scenes at Tuesday's UFC World Tour 2013 Los Angeles Press Conference.
A pivotal lightweight bout between Khabib Nurmagomedov and Pat Healy has been added to the UFC 165: Jones vs. Gustafsson fight card slated for Sept.
The UFC is taking its heaviest hitters on tour for a global press junket dubbed the UFC World Tour 2013.
UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones has been sidelined ever since his UFC 159 victory over Chael Sonnen. He returned to training on Tuesday.
Alexander Gustafsson sees his UFC 165 opponent, UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones, as the biggest test of his career.
UFC 165: Jones vs. Gustafsson takes takes places Sept. 21 at the Air Canada Center in Toronto and is headlined by a light heavyweight title
Watch Tuesday's UFC 165 public press conference featuring UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones, light heavyweight top contender Alexander Gustafsson and UFC Director of Canadian
The Ultimate Fighting Championship announced on Saturday that it will close out 2013 with four major Pay-Per-View events featuring eight of the sport’s biggest stars.