MMA News Roundup: Jon Jones’ PR Struggles, Strikeforce Aftermath

Jon Jones

Jon Jones

We get it.  You’re busy.  And there’s a ton of awesome stuff to keep up within this great big world of MMA. And since you don’t have the time to scour the net for good content like we do, we’re hand delivering you the news, rumors and best of the rest – right here in the Roundup.

In Case You Missed It…

“Strikeforce: Rousey vs. Kaufman” is in the books, and we have the best photos from Saturday’s event in our exclusive Fight Night Gallery

Also, check out the quick results from the event in case you were out and about

MMA News,  Commentary, and the Best of the Rest

Another Ronda Rousey fight over in the first round, another armbar submission victory. Check out the aftermath from Saturday’s event (Cage Potato)

Jon Jones should think about putting some of that Nike money into a PR specialist. Until then, Jonathan Snowden of BR examines why the champion is so bad at handling the public relations aspect of being a professional athlete (Bleacher Report)

As quickly as Strikeforce lines up contenders for Ronda Rousey, she is ready to take them out. Is there anyone left for the talented champ at 135 lbs.? (ProMMANow.com)

Check out the medical suspensions stemming from “Strikeforce: Rousey vs. Kaufman” (5th Round)

The light heavyweight division features some of the sport’s top talents. Here are Lowkick.com’s ten best (Lowkick.com)

“Cyborg” Santos doesn’t want to meet Ronda Rousey at bantamweight, but Liz Carmouche says she is ready and willing to make the weight drop (Fightline.com)

UFC light heavyweight Jon Jones says a move to heavyweight could happen in the next couple of years (Fighters.com)

Submission wizard Eddie Bravo, the founder of the revolutionary 10th Planet Jiu-Jitsu, walks us through Ronda Rousey’s technique in her victory over Sarah Kaufman (MMASucka.com)

Junior dos Santos vs. Cain Velasquez II is going to be bonkers, and the betting line shows how close that fight really could be, at least according to Vegas (MMANews.com)

Ronda Rousey is arguably the most popular fighter in Strikeforce right now, but how long could that last? (TheMMANews.com)