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Daniel Cormier offers to train Ovince Saint Preux for Jon Jones interim title fight at UFC 197

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Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) light heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier was forced to bow out of his much-anticipated rematch against Jon Jones — which was set to go down at UFC 197 on April 23, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada — with a leg injury.

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As a result, Ovince Saint Preux was pegged as a late replacement, stepping in to face “Bones” for the interim title at the upcoming pay-per-view (PPV) event. A tall task for anyone, much less someone who didn’t exactly have a great performance in his last bout.

Though “DC” knows “OSP” has a chance to take Jones out, he extended an invitation to have him and his team fly out to California to prepare for the title fight at American Kickboxing Academy (AKA) as a way to make sure Jones has a tough fight on his hands.

And it won’t cost Team Saint Preux a dime, as Cormier says he will take care of all expenses to make it happen.

“I think he has a shot, but there’s a chance for Ovince to have a better shot, but it’s up to him to take it. We will open our doors to him to come and train at the American Kickboxing Academy. I don’t care what happens in the future. I can’t train Ovince, but I got a guy named Cain Velasquez, I got a guy named Luke Rockhold that can train with him. I got a guy named Chi Lewis-Parry, Frank Munoz — we have everything in place where he can just take my training camp for the next three weeks. Take my training camp, we will take care of it, we will fly you and your team out here, we will put him up, give him a place to stay. No one in ….View full article

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