daniel cormier

His would-be opponent Jon Jones tested positive for a PED.
Ever since, he's eliminated weights from his training, determined to return to the shape that first earned him the UFC title
Less than five months after claiming the vacant UFC light heavyweight belt, champion Daniel Cormier is back in action, and looking for his first title defense, headlining the UFC 192 main event against former challenger Alexander Gustafsson.
One thing is for certain. The Ultimate Fighting Championship will crown a new light heavyweight champion on May 23 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. Whether it's Anthony Johnson or Daniel Cormier who captures title in the UFC 187 main event remains to be seen.
Five months after an impromptu, press-conference brawl, UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones and contender Daniel Cormier return to the MGM Grand in Las Vegas on January 3 (10 P.M. EST, Pay Per View), to finally settle their score at UFC 182.
WATCH their full ESPN interview, below: Real or not, the UFC has promised to investigate, adding in a statement that it is
The Ultimate Fighting Championship heads back to Houston, Texas on Saturday, October 19, and for the third time in less than two years, Cain Velasquez and Junior dos Santos will square off with the heavyweight championship of the world on the line.