Let’s start the bidding at one MEELION dollars.
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) interim light heavyweight champion Jon Jones is no longer fighting at the UFC 200 pay-per-view (PPV) event, thanks to a potential USADA anti-doping violation, but that doesn’t mean his original opponent, Daniel Cormier, can’t turn that frown upside down.
In fact, he’s the most popular guy in town.
That’s why mixed martial arts (MMA) fighters are coming out of the woodwork to get a crack at his 205-pound crown, if the promotion is willing to keep him atop the July 9, 2016 fight card (see it), taking place inside T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
How about a champion vs. champion super fight?
2 months, 2 weeks, 2 days…… Hmmm middle vs light heavy???? I stand by my words. I’d do it!
— michael (@bisping) July 7, 2016
Or ex-champion vs. champion super fight?
I was the last LHW Strikeforce Champion. I will be the next LHW @ufc Champion if given this fight. @danawhite
— Gegard Mousasi (@mousasi_mma) July 7, 2016
When all else fails, call the “Cowboy!”
Cowboy has definitely asked for the fight. No doubt in my mind https://t.co/Rp9amu6GMA
— Brian Stann (@BrianStann) July 7, 2016
More than likely, Cormier will be sent home and called back up for an upcoming event, one that can give matchmakers ample time to find a suitable title challenger — or wait for Jones to be cleared of any wrongdoing.
I believe the legal term is double jeopardy?
Source:: mma mania