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Judgment day could come on Tuesday for Jose Aldo vs. Conor McGregor.

Aldo is expected to train and make a final decision on whether he’ll defend his UFC featherweight title against McGregor on July 11 at UFC 189.

The reigning UFC featherweight champion injured his ribs during a sparring session nearly a week ago. Initial reports from Brazilian doctors were that Aldo had suffered a fractured rib, which would likely knock him out of the highly anticipated championship bout.

However, a second opinion from American doctors revealed Aldo’s rib wasn’t fractured. It was a bone bruise and cartilage injury, proving once again that Uncle Dana knows best.

Two-division Jungle fight champion Jonas Bilharinho, Aldo’s training partner, told Ariel Helwani during an appearance on The MMA Hour that the Aldo camp could make a final decision Tuesday:

I think he will probably fight. And I hope so. I will be with him on Tuesday to see what he’s capable of doing during training or not, but my opinion right now is that he’s going to fight. I’m going to be optimistic about it because Aldo wants this fight so bad. I think this fight will probably happen.

Bilharinho, who was brought into Aldo’s camp to mimic the awkward style of McGregor, called Tuesday the “big day.”

The UFC has already revealed its contingency plan if Aldo is unable to compete next Saturday night. Top featherweight contender Chad Mendes is on standby to step in as a late replacement for an interim title fight against McGregor, depending on Aldo’s health.

But as of now, Aldo is still set to defend to his throne at UFC 189.

 

Jordy McElroy is a featured columnist for Bleacher Report. He also is the MMA writer for FanRag Sports and co-founder of The MMA Bros.

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Prosecutors plan on taking the Jon Jones case to a grand jury.

The former UFC light heavyweight champion was arrested in April on a felony charge for a hit-and-run incident in Albuquerque.

MMAFighting’s Marc Raimondi reported that, after running a red light, Jones ran his rental vehicle into two other vehicles, causing a three-car pileup.

Vanessa Sonnenberg, a 25-year-old pregnant woman, sustained a fractured arm in the crash.

Jones reportedly ran to his vehicle to grab a handful of cash before fleeing from the scene on foot. Authorities found marijuana inside of a marijuana pipe in the vehicle. A day later, Jones turned himself in after a warrant was issued for his arrest.

He made bail a few hours later.

The district attorney presiding over Jones’ case was given 60 days to decide whether to indict, but the set deadline for that decision expired on Monday.

According to the public information officer for the Bernalillo County District Attorney, per MMAjunkie.com, the prosecutor is missing two pieces of key evidence needed before the case can be brought in front of a grand jury: dispatch reports from the Albuquerque Police Department and Sonnenberg’s medical records.

Kayla Anderson, the public information officer, claimed that without the two pieces of evidence, the case could be dismissed altogether. Despite the expiration of the 60-day deadline, prosecutors still have room to press charges against Jones.

“Proceeding on a case without complete discovery could result in the likely dismissal of the case altogether,” said Anderson. “We have requested both pieces of outstanding evidence and anticipate moving forward when we have a completed case investigation.”

After being arrested, Jones was stripped of the UFC title and suspended indefinitely. Mike Winkeljohn, Jones’ coach, recently told Ariel Helwani on The MMA Hour that Jones might never fight again. He is currently focused on helping those around him train and get better.  

 

Jordy McElroy is a featured columnist for Bleacher Report. He also is the MMA writer for FanRag Sports and co-founder of The MMA Bros.

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The UFC is comprised of an incomparable amount of different talents.

Derived from all corners of the globe, these admirable athletes take to the cage in their own unique fashion.

But along the way, through hard-fought Octagon battles and divisional shape-shifting, some names are lost in the sauce.

It is not a reflection of their skills, but more of the changing landscape around them that is often fueled by streaking opponents, popularity contests and media coverage.

However, the sport of mixed martial arts can serve as a catalyst in reminding the masses of one’s potential and promise.

Here are forgotten, yet unwavering, UFC title threats for each weight class.

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At UFC Fight Night 70, Yoel Romero continued on his war path toward the top of the middleweight division.

Following two closely contested rounds, Romero exploded on Lyoto Machida in the third stanza. Immediately after scoring a takedown, Romero blasted Machida with a series of elbows, knocking the Brazilian unconscious and giving Romero a 6-0 UFC record.

Unfortunately, Romero’s post-fight interview on Fox Sports 1 overshadowed his performance somewhat. With his thick accent, many took Romero to be making an anti-homosexual speech, but the Cuban later clarified during the post-fight press conference that he was not talking about that at all.

Either way, Romero is quickly becoming one of the biggest threats to 185-pound champion Chris Weidman. So, here is a look at what should be next for The Soldier of God and the rest of the UFC Fight Night 70 competitors.

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Fortunes can change rapidly in mixed martial arts.

Opportunities for a fighter to progress are frequently lost and found because of injury and additional circumstance, which has created an environment where those who are ready to step up to seize the moment can find tremendous benefit in the risks that are taken. 

Al Iaquinta‘s ambitions for bigger things have been “raging” since he arrived to the UFC in 2012, and the Serra-Longo representative has spent the past three years taking full advantage of whatever has come his way.

Over that stretch, the 28-year-old lightweight has climbed the ranks of one of the deepest divisions under the UFC banner, and his current four-fight winning streak is a major factor behind his continued rise in the 155-pound fold.

The New York native was poised to take the next step on his journey toward title contention against veteran Bobby Green at Fight Night 71 on July 15 before the scrappy Californian was forced out with an injured knee. His tilt against King was slated to be another high-profile opportunity for the Long Island-based fighter, and Iaquinta feared his chance to continue his push through the division would be put on hold for the time being.

Yet the ever-changing tides of MMA would ultimately bring an even bigger fight to The Ultimate Fighter alum, as former Strikeforce champion and two-time lightweight title challenger Gilbert Melendez stepped up to fill the vacancy in the card’s co-main event.

Where the dance with Green was set to be a healthy scrap, suddenly Iaquinta finds himself in the highest-profile bout of his young career.

El Nino brings a hard-charging and entertaining style to every fight he’s involved in, and the success he’s enjoyed as the result of his tenacity has made him one of the best 155-pound fighters in the world over the past six years.

Iaquinta sees opportunity in every part of his matchup with Melendez and is excited to throw down with the Skrap Pack leader at Fight Night 71 in San Diego.

“I definitely think the fight got bigger when Gilbert [Melendez] stepped up to take it,” Iaquinta told Bleacher Report. “The fight with Bobby Green was alright—and I was bummed when he got hurt—but I’m so much more excited to be fighting Melendez. I think this is a lot better fight for everybody. It’s going to be one that fans won’t want to miss.

“Don’t get me wrong, I was excited to fight Bobby Green as well, but I’m not really sure what his goal is when he’s fighting. He looks like he’s acting in there. He’s talking and doing everything but fighting. Gilbert is the complete opposite. He’s a warrior. He goes in there and puts it all on the line and gets it done. I’ve been watching him forever and have been a big fan of his ever since I got into the sport. I’ve always wondered where I stood up against the guys I’ve watched on television, and now I’m going to get to find out.”

While Iaquinta‘s winning ways have helped him break through into a coveted top-10 position, a potential victory over Melendez would serve to push him into the elite tier of the lightweight fold.

The Northern California representative has held his position as a constant threat to the 155-pound crown since coming over from Strikeforce in 2013, but Melendez has suffered through the roughest waters of his career during his time inside the Octagon.

Where Melendez once went three years without suffering a setback during his title reign in the now-defunct San Jose-based promotion, just one victory in his past four outings has put his top-level status in jeopardy.

With that said, Melendez built a successful career by being as game as they come under the bright lights, and Iaquinta knows he’s in for a war at Fight Night 71. And that’s precisely what he wants.

The surging 155-pound knockout artist is ready to make the most of the biggest opportunity of his career, and that’s what he plans to do in impressive fashion on July 15.

“This is a crazy sport where anything can happen,” Iaquinta said. “I’ve been training hard to make sure I’m ready for every opportunity that comes my way so that I can step up to seize it and get the job done. And that’s what I’ve been working so hard for. This is the kind of fight I’ve been waiting to get and I’m definitely going to give everything I have to make sure I make the most of it.”

 

Duane Finley is a featured columnist for Bleacher Report. All quotes are obtained firsthand unless noted otherwise.

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A year ago, CM Punk was one of the hottest names in combat sports. Not in professional wrestling. Not in MMA.

He was one of the hottest names in combat sports. 

The controversial superstar made a surprise exit from the WWE following the 2014 Royal Rumble with responses ranging from anger to disappointment to disbelief (both of the literal and figurative variety). It was a sudden ending for one of the most sensational figures in modern pro wrestling history.

While WWE fans are notorious for their forgetfulness, discussion of Punk lingered for months on end. Fans clamored for any information they could find, and when he appeared on the Art of Wrestling podcast alongside Colt Cabana for an epic bridge burning session (warning, NSFW language, via PWInsider.com), it turned the entire WWE Universe upside down. When it was announced just days later that Punk had signed with the UFC? Mass hysteria across both fanbases.

That, however, was in December 2014. In June 2015? You don’t hear his name derisively chanted during boring Monday night Raw segments. You don’t see UFC fans feverishly refreshing Roufusport-affiliated social media pages for news on him. You don’t see him on any collector cups, on the cover of the programs or on WWE ice cream bars.

While the UFC had lightning in the palm of its hands when it first signed The Best in the World, Punkamania has started running mild, brother. And that is bad news for the world’s largest MMA promotion.

So, what changed? What the heck happened?

Most obviously, time took its inevitable toll on hype related to a sporting event. There was an unsustainable level of interest in Punk in 2014 that nobody reasonably expected to carry on deep into 2015. Punk wouldn’t have topics to discuss or quotes to drop or major sports networks to appear on forever.

The well dried up, and the world moved on, and his debut became a waiting game. And waiting games? That’s the worst kind of game.

It isn’t just an issue with fickle followers, either. Punk himself is substantially less compelling as a character right now.

The Straight-Edge Savior endeared himself with (or absolutely infuriated) viewers with his brilliant work on the microphone. His anti-authoritarian speeches, in-your-face irreverence and through-and-through arrogance made him a compelling, unavoidable character, and it’s shtick that would translate perfectly to MMA.

Unfortunately, we haven’t seen him sit cross-legged and drop pipe bombs on Dana White. We haven’t seen him criticize the UFC’s promotional practices. We haven’t seen him audaciously tear into anyone who would dare question his place in MMA.

We’ve seen a happy, well-adjusted, humble Phil Brooks quietly honing his skills like any other boring UFC fighter.

Is any of this right? Is any of this fair? Of course not, but such is the nature of sports.

The more important question is: Can this be fixed? That, on the other hand, is a resounding yes.

When concrete details about Punk’s debut start coming out, business will certainly start picking up to some degree. Right now, however, it doesn’t feel like a clear date, an anonymous opponent and a definite landing spot would be enough to recapture the buzz his presence had six months ago. 

So how could they do that? Well, a season of The Ultimate Fighter centered around Punk would certainly be something.

The UFC and the series’ producers have been actively trying to find new ways to attract viewers (none of which have worked, with TUF 21’s live ratings averaging under 400,000, via MMAPayout.com), but nothing seems to work. Highlighting Punk the character, and/or Brooks the man, and showing his development under the tutelage of Duke Roufus, Anthony Pettis and Ben Askren would actually be an entertaining departure from the show’s norm and could entice both UFC and WWE fans. 

Would Punk be on board for this? Would Fox Sports 1? Maybe, maybe not, but MMA and pro wrestling are both story-driven affairs. Right now there is no narrative with Punk, and that’s somewhat foolish given the fact that he can easily be spun as a man leaving everything behind in order to pursue his dreams, rather than a run-of-the-mill UFC fighter.

The other option is to name his opponent as soon as possible and make it somebody with a big, foul mouth. It could be a broken down veteran like Phil Baroni (who seems like a potential conquest for Punk, given his 2-8 record since 2009) or a youngster who is just too big for his britches. Making his debut a true grudge match, and setting it to a low simmer for months on end, could build anticipation in a big way.

The UFC is paying a steep price for its acquisition of Punk, both in terms of pure dollars and in terms of its credibility as a sports organization. There needs to be some kind of return on that investment, and the UFC has done a poor job on ensuring that happens. If that doesn’t change, the CM Punk experiment will wind up a resounding failure. 

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