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Fight of the year remains no contest in Empire State




By Jerry Sullivan

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Published:April 19, 2012, 12:01 AM



Jon Jones and Rashad Evans have no great love for one another. Jones says Evans is "evil," a pretender. Evans calls Jones an imitator, a mentally weak foe. Their disdain is mutual, their intentions malign.

But there's one issue on which the two mixed martial arts stars are in agreement: The slow, inscrutable dealings of New York State politicians.

Evans is from Niagara Falls. Jones, a native of Rochester, grew up in Endicott and lives in Ithaca. On Saturday night, they will meet in the main event of UFC 145, with Jones' light heavyweight (205 pounds) title on the line. The fight, which is being called one of the most anticipated in Ultimate Fighting Championship history, will be held in Atlanta at Philips Arena.

Yes, two UFC superstars from Western New York will clash in the octagon, with millions of fans watching their rising sport on pay per view, and it's happening in Georgia.

"It makes me proud that this fight is generating so much attention," Evans said by phone from New York City, where he was promoting the fight. "It would be great to fight at home, or anywhere in New York State."

The fight likely would have sold out the First Niagara Center. MMA is popular in Western New York, where cards have been held at smaller venues in the Native American casinos.

Or how about Madison Square Garden, which has hosted many epic boxing matches?

"Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier, all the big fights happened there," Evans said.

"It would definitely have sold out Buffalo," said Jones, who was also in the Big Apple doing prefight publicity. "Or in Madison Square Garden, or even Yankee Stadium."

Yankee Stadium? "Definitely," Jones said. Well, a UFC card drew 55,724 to the Rogers Centre in Toronto a year ago.

"The Dolans at MSG are huge supporters of legalizing the sport," said Steve Greenberg, a spokesman for UFC out of Albany. "I'm sure the folks at [First Niagara Center] would love to have it in Buffalo. It means millions in local economic activity."

The problem is, UFC is illegal in this state. New York is one of five states in the country in which the sport isn't contested. UFC doesn't hold fights in Wyoming and Alaska because they don't have athletic commissions. The sport is banned outright in Vermont, Connecticut and New York.

The state legislature has considered a bill to regulate MMA the last three years. Each time it passed the Senate but died before it reached the floor of the Assembly.

Despite recent failure and continued opposition to mixed martial arts in the Assembly, the Senate again voted Wednesday, 43-14, in favor of approving legislation to legalize and regulate the sport in New York.

Last year, Evans and Jones visited Albany to make UFC's case to state lawmakers. Still, it didn't sway enough assemblymen, some of whom see the sport as overly violent and a poor example for the youth of the state.

"Last year, I visited about four senators," said Jones, 24, whose older brother, Arthur, plays defensive tackle for the Baltimore Ravens. "I tried to persuade them to do all they could and talk to their friends in the Assembly. I think I put a smile on their faces."

Evidently, the smiles didn't rub off on enough assemblymen.

Bob Reilly, D-Colonie, finds nothing amusing about the issue. Reilly is the most virulent opponent of MMA. He considers it dangerous and barbaric.

Even at the national level, MMA has divided politicians. John McCain, the Republican candidate for president four years ago, has referred to MMA as "human cockfighting."

Nevada Democrat Harry Reid, the Senate majority leader, has lobbied publicly for MMA in New York. That drew the ire of Reilly, who called it "appalling" for a man of Reid's stature to dabble in New York's issue.

Of course, Las Vegas is the headquarters of UFC, so Reid's position is understandable. There's a widespread belief that New York's opposition to UFC has roots in a union dispute in Vegas, where unions were miffed when some UFC events were held in non-union casinos.

"I think it will be very difficult to get it by the state assembly," said Sen. George Maziarz, R-Newfane, who represents Niagara County. "There are some very strong feelings over there."

"I don't have any really strong feelings on it one way or the other," Maziarz said. "I supported it. I don't know if it's any more dangerous than walking on a wire over Niagara Falls. I supported that, too."

Proponents of MMA say it's not nearly as dangerous as critics suggest. It's violent, yes, but they point to a Johns Hopkins University study that said the risk of injury is no greater than in other combat sports, such as boxing, which is regulated by the state athletic commission.

The most common injuries from MMA are hand and finger dislocations and sprains. Submission moves can cause serious shoulder and elbow injuries. Concussions are common in MMA. You can say the same for the NHL and NFL.

"It looks a lot more painful than it is," Evans said. "It's not like the guys go in without any training. We make guys bleed, but with the rules and regulations in place and the referees, you're not going to see guys take too much punishment. The worst I had was a broken hand."

Evans said he wants to hurt Jones, though. The two used to train together at the same Albuquerque gym. But they had a falling out last year when Jones replaced Evans in a March title fight after Evans pulled out with an injury.

Two weeks before winning the fight, Jones said he would be willing to fight Evans at some point. Evans, who had been a mentor to Jones — he says he even showed him how to dress with class — felt betrayed. He left the Albuquerque gym soon after.

Jones, like Evans a former junior-college wrestling champion, said his former friendship with Evans has been overblown. He said they had dinner once and worked out together but that they're essentially strangers.

The prefight sniping seems like the customary posturing before a bout, enhanced for the media's benefit. But both fighters say their animosity is real.

"Oh, everything's genuine," Jones said. "Definitely. I think a lot of it is jealousy on his part. I have a lot of things my opponent wants. He makes bold statements. I make them in return, and you guys come up with a good story line. Two guys who don't like each other."

Evans, 32, a former wrestling and football star at Niagara-Wheatfield, says Jones imitated his style and copied other MMA stars. Evans says he'll look in Jones' eyes Saturday night, kick his butt and call him a fake. If he does, it'll be an upset. Jones, the son of a Pentecostal minister, is favored at anywhere from 4-1 to 6-1. He's eight years younger than Evans. He's five inches taller and has a 10-inch advantage in reach.

Dana White, the president of UFC, is on record that "the only guy who can beat Jon Jones is Jon Jones." That doesn't suggest a lot of confidence in the other guy.

"I'll keep my opinions on that to myself," Evans said with a laugh.

Wild and unexpected things have been known to occur inside that octagon. Evans was a 4-1 underdog when he stunned UFC icon Chuck Liddell for the light-heavy crown in 2008.

Jones is the new darling of the sport, a young and outspoken fighter who has drawn comparisons to Ali. FOX made him grand marshal of the Daytona 500, though rain prevented him from executing his duties.

Evans said it hurts to know that it can't take place in their home area.

"I'm a Western New York guy," he said. "We don't have a lot of guys who come out and make a name for themselves. It's disheartening, to be honest."

"It would be great to have all our friends and family be able to come to the fight," he said, "right down the street."

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#1340052 --- 04/22/12 07:03 AM Re: Ithaca's Jon 'Bones' Jones [Re: Ayuveda]
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Jon 'Bones' Jones records one sweet victory over Suga
Union-Endicott grad keeps UFC belt by beating Evans in a unanimous decision


Ithaca Journal

Apr. 22, 2012

ATLANTA -- Union-Endicott High School graduate and Ithaca resident Jon Jones kept his light-heavyweight title belt by keeping Rashad Evans at the end of his strikes at the Ultimate Fighting Championship's show on Saturday.

Jones won a unanimous decision against Evans in the main event of UFC 145 in Atlanta. Two judges scored the fight 49-46. One had it 50-45, giving every round to the champion.

With the victory, Jones joins Chuck Liddell, Tito Ortiz and Frank Shamrock in winning at least four consecutive UFC title fights at 205 pounds.

It also caps a bitter feud that had been brewing for more than a year.

"Definitely my most satisfying victory," Jones said. "I just didn't want to make any mistakes."

Both men fought warily throughout as they tried to pick their spots. But Jones used his long reach to keep Evans at bay with kicks and jabs, while landing several elbow strikes and throwing the occasional flying knee.

"I didn't get my timing on," Evans said. "He was creative and kept me on my toes. I've got to give it to him. He had those sneaky elbows that kept getting me."

Round 1 saw Jones stalking as Evans circled. Jones threw several kicks, while Evans tried punches at close range near the fence. Evans landed a kick that forced Jones backward near the end, but the champion fired back with a kick of his own and landed punch just before the round ended.

Evans started the second round more aggressively as Jones came forward. But the champion landed several elbow strikes as the round progressed and had Evans mostly retreating or circling away.

Jabs and flying knees came into play for Jones during the third round. The champion used them to force Evans backward and caught the challenger's attempts at kicks, including one at the end of the round.

A large uneventful fourth round saw Jones continue to move forward, large to set up kicks. Evans tried throwing occasional combinations, but Jones punctuated the fifth round by throwing Evans to the ground in the final minute and taking him down again to set up a short burst of strikes just before the conclusion.

Once teammates at the Albuquerque gym run by coaches Greg Jackson and Mike Winkeljohn, Jones and Evans went through one of the most prolonged build-ups to a bout in the promotion.

UFC tried to put together the fight at least twice last year after Jones won the title in March 2011 as a replacement for an injured Evans. Physical ailments for both fighters threw off UFC's plans, and they went on to beat other notable light heavyweights before everything finally came together for Saturday's fight.

Jones was an accomplished wrestler at U-E and at the collegiate level, winning a state title his senior year with the Tigers in 2005, and following that with a junior college national title at Iowa Central Community College in 2006.
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#1341292 --- 04/27/12 09:06 AM Re: Ithaca's Jon 'Bones' Jones [Re: Ayuveda]
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Pretty sad that New York State boasts being the home state 2 of the biggest names in UFC ..Rashad Evans and Jon Jones.... but they have to go out of state to fight! C'mon Albany! Get your heads out of your butts and legalize MMA in NYS!!!! Madison Square Garden in NYC and The Carrier Dome in Syracuse would be PERFECT venues for the fights!

Albany is constantly bellyaching about how BROKE we are... Just think of the increased tourism $$, a cut from ticket sales, and all the $$ from fight permits and such! Instead they just want to pass along insane tax increases against the working poor!

MMA is no longer the *scarey beast* it used to be and is highly regulated to ensure the fighters safety!!!
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#1341574 --- 04/29/12 08:54 AM Re: Ithaca's Jon 'Bones' Jones [Re: Ayuveda]
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Originally Posted By: Ayuveda

Fight of the year remains no contest in Empire State






odd - that you would be a supporter of violence
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#1341582 --- 04/29/12 09:09 AM Re: Ithaca's Jon 'Bones' Jones [Re: bluezone]
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Probably less dangerous than football.

But yeah, to each their poison. I take mine in small doses.
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#1341717 --- 04/30/12 08:40 AM Re: Ithaca's Jon 'Bones' Jones [Re: Ayuveda]
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ask ali about his head problems
repeated hits to the head will cause permanent damage
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#1341746 --- 04/30/12 12:05 PM Re: Ithaca's Jon 'Bones' Jones [Re: bluezone]
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Originally Posted By: bluezone
ask ali about his head problems
repeated hits to the head will cause permanent damage



Which makes professional boxing considerably more dangerous than sanctioned mixed martial arts.

Boxers might endure 10-12 rounds of being struck by a pillow-wrapped brick throughout their career. MMA participants do not use striking as sole means of offense, also using lighter, different structured gloves. MMA matches are 3-5 rounds with varied endings.
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#1341867 --- 05/01/12 03:38 AM Re: Ithaca's Jon 'Bones' Jones [Re: Ayuveda]
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In MMA punches to the back of the head are not permitted as well as no hits to the head while the player is trying to stand.

Like Ayuveda said there is many other forms of fighting besides boxing that takes place in the 5 minute rounds and there are only 3 rounds in routine matches (15 minutes) or 5 rounds for title fights (25 minutes) Compared to boxing that can have 10 rounds. Not to mention Boxing having the 10 count for the fighter to get up only to get their *clocked cleaned* numerous more times in a bout where as in MMA the fight is stopped immediately. Furthermore some MMA matches last less than a minute LOL

Like this....The fighter introductions lasted longer than the fight

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j3P6pHlpOIU
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#1342196 --- 05/02/12 04:53 PM Re: Ithaca's Jon 'Bones' Jones [Re: Ayuveda]
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Originally Posted By: Ayuveda
Boxers might endure 10-12 rounds of being struck by a pillow-wrapped brick throughout their career. MMA participants do not use striking as sole means of offense, also using lighter, different structured gloves. MMA matches are 3-5 rounds with varied endings.


several kicks to the head can be serious
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#1342204 --- 05/02/12 05:44 PM Re: Ithaca's Jon 'Bones' Jones [Re: Ayuveda]
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Originally Posted By: Ayuveda
Probably less dangerous than football.

But yeah, to each their poison. I take mine in small doses.


Many NFL players show signs of traumatic brain injury years after retirement. Brain injury is linked to depression/suicide.

Duerson, who killed himself with a shot to the chest last week. Duerson, 50, got an economics degree from Notre Dame a couple of years after Holloway got his at Stanford.

“I’d known him very well for the last 30 years,” Holloway said. “He was one of the leaders that rose with the NFLPA. I was the vice-president back in the Gene Upshaw stint and we’d gone through two collective bargaining agreements together.

“When you do that you know each other very well; you know each other’s family. And last year we sat in Miami together crafting out the next 10 years of our lives. So could you imagine the devastation that his friends feel when that’s a result?”

Duerson wanted his brain to be used for research. A number of NFL players, some of whom committed suicide, suffer from dementia and depression relatively early in life.

“Really it speaks to a larger issue of this idea of what really happens with this brain damage, right,” Holloway said. “For him to be at that moment where he says this is it, yet still say ‘Study my brain because I think there’s something wrong and help other ballplayers.’”

Read more: http://www.johnsoncitypress.com/Sports/article.php?id=87063#ixzz1tkrVIgNZ
Junior Seau, Famed N.F.L. Linebacker, Dies at 43; Suicide Is Suspected
By GREG BISHOP and ROB DAVIS
Published: May 2, 2012

OCEANSIDE, Calif. — Junior Seau, regarded as one of the N.F.L.’s best linebackers over a 20-year career with the San Diego Chargers, the Miami Dolphins and the New England Patriots, died of a gunshot wound to the chest Wednesday at his home in Oceanside, Calif. He was 43.
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Junior Seau of the San Diego Chargers in 2002.

The Oceanside police said Seau’s death was being investigated as a suicide. He was found by his girlfriend in a bedroom of his beachfront house Wednesday morning, and a handgun was found near the body, the police said, adding that Seau did not appear to leave a note.



Seau was a phenom on the field. When he looked at you with those eyes.... sad.


Edited by twocats (05/02/12 05:47 PM)
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#1342206 --- 05/02/12 06:00 PM Re: Ithaca's Jon 'Bones' Jones [Re: twocats]
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Very Sad, the NFL owners and coaches will always downplay the potential dangers of head trauma.Many players have attested to being fearful of not playing or ostracized if they voiced their concerns.

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#1342270 --- 05/03/12 03:38 AM Re: Ithaca's Jon 'Bones' Jones [Re: bluezone]
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Originally Posted By: bluezone
Originally Posted By: Ayuveda
Boxers might endure 10-12 rounds of being struck by a pillow-wrapped brick throughout their career. MMA participants do not use striking as sole means of offense, also using lighter, different structured gloves. MMA matches are 3-5 rounds with varied endings.


several kicks to the head can be serious


Several? An opponent receiving more than one clear kick to the head that didn't result in a KO would be rare.

In UFC sanctioned matches a fighter may not be laying on the mat, or be on his knees when the kick is connecting. A kick to a grounded opponent would result in disqualification.

Defending standing head kicks are usually successful in MMA. Not many are even attempted. Boxers, on the on the hand, can easily exchange many dozens of solid head punches in the course of one match.

As with Muhammad Ali and far too many NFL players, it's the accumulative effect of strikes to the head that result in long-term negative consequences. The info posted by twocats points to the real need for ending the practice of 'headhunting' in professional football.







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#1343871 --- 05/11/12 06:43 AM Re: Ithaca's Jon 'Bones' Jones [Re: Ayuveda]
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Jon Jones next MMA title defense scheduled for Sept.

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As expected, UFC light-heavyweight champion Jon Jones (16-1 MMA, 10-1 UFC) and Dan Henderson (29-8 MMA, 5-2 UFC) will headline UFC 151 on Sept. 1.

UFC president Dana White officially announced the title fight via Twitter and said it will take place in Las Vegas. The UFC boss first hinted at the likely date for Jones vs. Henderson this past week.

No venue has been announced for the title fight, which will air on pay-per-view. FX and Facebook are expected to carry the prelims.

Jones, who graduated from Union-Endicott High School and lives in Ithaca, has emerged as one of MMA's biggest stars, earned a unanimous-decision victory over Rashad Evans at UFC 145. It marked his seventh straight win, his fourth consecutive victory over a former UFC champ, and his third consecutive title defense. It also cemented his status as one of the sport's top pound-for-pound fighters.

Henderson, meanwhile, is on a 7-1 run that includes fights at middleweight, light heavyweight and heavyweight. The heavyweight win came over Fedor Emelianenko under the Strikeforce banner. After re-signing with the UFC, Henderson then topped light heavyweight Mauricio "Shogun" Rua in a "Fight of the Year" performance at UFC 139. Since then, he's waited on the sidelines for his promised title shot.

UFC 151 comes three weeks after UFC 150 in Denver and three weeks prior to UFC 152 in Toronto.
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#1486500 --- 07/06/16 07:07 PM Re: Ithaca's Jon 'Bones' Jones [Re: Ayuveda]
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Comin' back for the strap...UFC 200. Saturday, July 9, Las Vegas Arena.


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#1486517 --- 07/07/16 07:03 AM Re: Ithaca's Jon 'Bones' Jones [Re: Teonan]
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Unbelievable. If this results in a two-year ban one of the greatest mma talents ever will have wasted more than three of his prime years... frown



UFC 200 seemed almost too good to be true. And as it turns out, it was.

The event’s planned headliner, a light heavyweight title rematch between Daniel Cormier and Jon Jones, has been scrapped just three days before the card after Jones was informed of a potential anti-doping violation stemming from an out-of-competition drug test on June 16. As a result, the heavyweight co-headliner between Brock Lesnar and Mark Hunt will serve as the evening’s co-main event.

UFC President Dana White announced the news on Wednesday evening. At the moment, it is unclear the substance for which Jones tested positive. White said that the promotion would like to find Cormier a short-notice opponent to allow him to remain on the UFC 200 card.

“Stranger things have happened,” White said at an impromptu press conference in Las Vegas.

The news comes on the heels of a tumultuous 2015 for the fighter known as “Bones.” Jones tested positive for cocaine following his victory over Cormier at UFC 182 last year and was fined $25,000 and spent one night at a rehabilitation center in New Mexico. In April 2015, Jones was arrested for fleeing the scene of a hit-and-run accident that left a pregnant woman injured. He was suspended and stripped of his 205-pound belt before being reinstated by the promotion after reaching a plea agreement.

The UFC's full statement on the matter is as follows:

The UFC organization was notified tonight that the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) has informed Jon Jones of a potential Anti-Doping Policy violation stemming from an out-of-competition sample collection on June 16, 2016.

USADA, the independent administrator of the UFC Anti-Doping Policy, will handle the results management and appropriate adjudication of this case. It is important to note that, under the UFC Anti-Doping Policy, there is a full fair legal review process that is afforded to all athletes before any sanctions are imposed.

However, because Jones was scheduled to compete against Daniel Cormier this coming Saturday, July 9 in Las Vegas, there is insufficient time for a full review before the scheduled bout and therefore the fight has been removed from the fight card. As a result, the three-round heavyweight bout between Brock Lesnar and Mark Hunt will become the UFC 200 main event.

Consistent with all previous potential anti-doping violations, additional information or UFC statements will be provided at the appropriate time as the process moves forward.


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#1486642 --- 07/08/16 12:16 PM Re: Ithaca's Jon 'Bones' Jones [Re: Ayuveda]
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Will you and the rest of the hippies be holding a vigil over this?
Doper Lives Matter?

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#1486681 --- 07/09/16 06:16 AM Re: Ithaca's Jon 'Bones' Jones [Re: Hot Burrito]
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Originally Posted By: Hot Burrito
Will you and the rest of the hippies be holding a vigil over this?
Doper Lives Matter?


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#1486687 --- 07/09/16 08:42 AM Re: Ithaca's Jon 'Bones' Jones [Re: Hot Burrito]
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Originally Posted By: Hot Burrito
Will you and the rest of the hippies be holding a vigil over this?
Doper Lives Matter?

Duuuuude... cool
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#1486691 --- 07/09/16 11:33 AM Re: Ithaca's Jon 'Bones' Jones [Re: Timbo]
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Originally Posted By: Hot Burrito
Will you and the rest of the hippies be holding a vigil over this?
Doper Lives Matter?

Duuuuude... cool


...legitness. grin


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