Aldo stops Stephens, Jedrzejczyk impresses on Calgary main card

ALDO vs STEPHENS ONE. TWO.VICIOUS body shots send @JoseAldoJunior home with the win! #UFCCalgary pic.twitter.com/bsoRFJixJU — UFC (@ufc) July 29, 2018 Following two losses to Max Holloway, some wondered if former featherweight champion Jose Aldo had seen better days. But with a stirring performance at Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary, Aldo resurrected his career with a […]

Jeremy Stephens: Media Day Q&A

When Jeremy Stephens enters the Octagon Saturday night in Calgary, it will be his third fight in under seven months; and they weren’t just any fights. They were decisive statement KO/TKO victories over Dooho Choi and Josh Emmett that put his entire division on notice. At only 32 years old, he’s still among the most […]

Unfiltered: Jeremy Stephens, Dustin Poirier and Calgary Preview

“Lil’ Heathen” Jeremy Stephens calls in at the top of the show and talks to Matt and guest co-host Jamie “English” Crowder about his UFC on FOX co-main event bout with Jose Aldo in Calgary, settling in at Alliance MMA again with head coach Eric Del Fierro, trying to step in for Max Holloway against […]

Jeremy Stephens cares about Max Holloway but would try to ‘kill him’ in rematch

CALGARY – Jeremy Stephens has concerns about the health of UFC featherweight champion Max Holloway, but that doesn’t mean he’s not gunning for his title belt. Stephens (28-14 MMA, 15-13 UFC), who meets Jose Aldo (26-4 MMA, 8-3 UFC) in a key 145-pound bout Saturday at UFC on FOX 30, has shared the octagon with Holloway […]

Jeremy Stephens welcomes going ‘leg kick for leg kick’ with Jose Aldo

CALGARY, Alberta — At UFC on FOX 30 media day, Jeremy Stephens discusses his fight against Jose Aldo, his longevity in the sport, Aldo’s leg kicks, Max Holloway’s health issues, the featherweight title picture, and much more. View full post on MMA Fighting – All Posts

Jeremy Stephens UFC on FOX 30 open workout highlights

CALGARY, Alberta — At UFC on FOX 30 open workouts, Jeremy Stephens puts on a show for the fans in attendance Wednesday. View full post on MMA Fighting – All Posts

Jeremy Stephens Believes Win Over Jose Aldo Puts Him in ‘Undeniable Situation’ for Title Shot

Some matchups just jump off the page as soon as they’re announced. Jeremy Stephens vs. Jose Aldo certainly fits that bill, but the featherweight co-headliner at UFC on Fox 30 is far more than just a “Fight of the Night” candidate. View full post on Recent News on Sherdog.com

Jose Aldo: Jeremy Stephens is ‘first step’ toward regaining UFC title

CALGARY – Jose Aldo wants to become UFC featherweight champion again, but he’s not looking beyond the task at hand. Aldo (26-4 MMA, 8-3 UFC) will face Jeremy Stephens (28-14 MMA, 15-13 UFC) in his first non-title bout in more than nine years Saturday at UFC on FOX 30. Aldo is coming off a pair of […]

Jeremy Stephens: Brian Ortega’s best chance to beat me was at UFC 226

CALGARY, Alberta — When Brian Ortega declined a short-notice opponent at UFC 226, there was much discussion about whether that decision may have hurt his standing with the promotion and his image with the fans. The opponent in question, Jeremy Stephens, thinks Ortega made a bad choice for one simple reason: That might have been […]

Thirteen years in, Stephens is hitting his best stride

Jeremy Stephens celebrates after his knockout victory over Josh Emmett in their featherweight bout during the UFC Fight Night event at Amway Center on February 24, 2018 in Orlando, Florida. (Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images)” align=”center” />There aren’t many athletes who finally hit their stride and begin performing to their full […]

Frankie Edgar: Brian Ortega Should Have Accepted Jeremy Stephens Fight at UFC 226

Last weekend’s co-main event at UFC 226 was supposed to feature a 145-pound championship bout between Ultimate Fighting Championship featherweight champion Max Holloway and Brian Ortega. View full post on Recent News on Sherdog.com

Report: Brian Ortega Declined Late Replacement Fight Against Jeremy Stephens

The Ultimate Fighting Championship apparently scrambled to find a last-minute replacement for Brian Ortega after featherweight champion Max Holloway was forced out of their UFC 226 title fight just days before the event, but Ortega wasn’t too keen on the idea. View full post on Recent News on Sherdog.com

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