Jon Jones (fighter)

Jonathan D. Jones (born July 19, 1987) is an American mixed martial artist of Endicott, New York. He is the current UFC Light Heavyweight Champion.

Jones, the youngest champion in UFC history, joined the organization after professional wrestling for only four months. is currently the number one light heavyweight champion of the world by many media,  as well as one of the ten best pound for pound fighters.  also has the longest range in the history of the UFC to 84.5 inches

Mixed martial arts career
Early Career 

Before the MMA career, Jones has been the stand-out high school wrestler and state champion. He also won the JUCO national championship Iowa Central Community College.

Jones made his MMA pro debut in April 2008. He quickly earned an undefeated record of 6-0 over a period of three months, finishing all his opponents. This brought to the attention of the UFC, who asked him to take the match as a late replacement on a two weeks' notice in July 2008.

His last game before signing with the UFC Jones won the Moyses Gabin at BCX 5 USKBA Light Heavyweight Championship. He won the fight via TKO in the second round.

Ultimate Fighting Championship 

Jones UFC debut came against the other Gusmao at UFC 87 August 9, 2008. Jones took the fight on two weeks notice as a late replacement for Tomasz DRWAL. He made an impressive show with takedowns and unorthodox striking, such as elbows and a spinning back kick. Although it is a heavy underdog, Jones took a unanimous decision victory.

In his second fight, Jones has fought Stephan Bonnar at UFC veteran 94 on January 31, 2009. Jones showed a greater ability to fight and executed takedowns are strong and powerful jets, including a suplex. Proving once again strikingly unorthodox as it had in its early days, Jones said one leg and Bonnar got an elbow that almost knocked out his opponent in the first round. Although it seemed to tire in the third round, Jones was ready to win another victory by unanimous decision. 

Jones was the third fight against Jake O'Brien at UFC 100 July 11, 2009. Jones controlled most of the fight for the filling of the attempts to shoot down your opponent. Jones remained on the outside, the exercise of his party to unite and find his range late in the first round with his right jab and kicks up and down. In the middle of the second round, Jones reached down and turned to deliver another of his signature elbow that hit the top of the head of O'Brien. Jones finally got a guillotine change that made his opponent briefly lost consciousness shortly after his call.

In September 2009, Jones was honored for his wins coming by signing a new four-fight contract with the UFC.
'5 And in December, 2009 Jones, met with a man in sight Bandy Matt Hamill at Ultimate Fighter Finale heavyweight. In spite of dominating the fight, Jones was disqualified from , using a variety of elbows 12-6. Mixed Martial Arts uniform rules and deny elbows down, and Jones was the first round, only to be penalized points. As Hamill could not continue, because the dislocation of the shoulder, Jones was rejected these strikes. Thus, the tape was reviewed and showed that the elbow Jones' remains damaged Hamill is already a bloody nose, and partly broken. 

This also marked the first time, Nevada has used instant replay of recently enacted a rule in which the arbitrator's decision was supported by the Commission, which use slow-motion control crankshaft. Some analysts thought Jones should have won the battle, as Hamill could not continue due to a shoulder injury and not illegal in the elbow (s) threw.

This loss is considered controversial because Jones has lost the battle, despite dominating the battle that point, Hamill fall, hitting out, and get a full installation and Hamill surprisingly, able to fight until the end, but as the strikes are 12-6 elbows, was disqualified.

Jones Brandon Vera fought March 21, 2010 at UFC Live:. Vera vs Jones He won the fight by TKO (elbow) caused by an elbow to the face followed by hitting Vera in the first round L '. elbow delivered to stop the fighting also broke Vera's face in three places. Jones also won the "Knockout of the Night" awards .

Jones defeated former IFL champion light heavyweight Vladimir Matyushenko because of the elbows at 1:52 of the first assault by TKO, August 1, 2010 to UFC Live:. Matyushenko vs Jones UFC President Dana White promised a step-Jones "in the great competition," if he managed to overcome Matyushenko.

After the fight with Matyushenko, UFC President Dana White said: "Vladimir Matyushenko is a guy I have great respect for, and I do not think it would happen so easily. Jones is the real deal and it flows into the night in the night's eight best in the world. it solidifies. go there and do what he did against Vladimir Matyushenko, and make it look so easy as he did tonight, he cements for me. This child is one of the top eight. in the world at that weight division, he must keep his head together, stay focused and keep doing all the right things in training, it is intelligent, good and bad-ass, he will do a lot of money -.. this baby is doing much good. right now in the 205-pound division, all these guys compete. When the smoke clears and the dust settles, will be Jon Jones fight against one of the top eight guys in the world for his next fight. "

After defeating Matyushenko, Jones said, he wanted a "top-three opponent" for his next fight.

Jones said in an interview on Inside MMA that he would face the winner of Antonio Rogerio Nogueira vs. Ryan Bader . Reports that Jones was previously proposed a fight with Nogueira, but was denied the opportunity turned out to be false.  In the interview in MMA Jones also said he had been informed by Dana White and Lorenzo Fertitta, if completed his next two fights, he probably would have gotten a title .

Dana White will soon be confirmed that Jones would have to face undefeated Ultimate Fighter winner Ryan Bader, February 5, 2011 UFC 126  Jones, Bader returned to his first professional loss by winning his way TapouT due to the guillotine to suppress the second round after dominated the first round of Bader. Jones has received the "Submission of the Night."

After the victory over Bader Jones, Jones revealed that the candidate degree and training partner Rashad Evans suffered a knee injury in training, and would not be able to compete in his first game scheduled with the current UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Mauricio "Shogun" Rua. Jones was told by Joe Rogan after his fight was over just going to replace Evans in the fight for the championship UFC light heavyweight

LSU Tigers Football

LSU Tigers football, aka the Fighting Tigers, or Bayou Bengals, the team represents Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States NCAA Division I FBS college football. Current head coach Les Miles has led since 2005. Since 1999, when Nick Saban became coach of the Tiger is a constant top ten team. LSU came in 2011 to 721 victories, the first 12 NCAA history, and most any team fourth SEC behind only Alabama (792), Tennessee (783) and Georgia (731). LSU came into the 2010 all-time winning percentage of 0.641, best 14 NCAA, 4, and the best in the SEC, behind only Alabama (0707), Tennessee (0.692), and Georgia (0646).

They won the BCS National Championship in 2004 (2003 season) with a 21-14 victory at Oklahoma in the Nokia Sugar Bowl in New Orleans, and return 2008 (season 2007), BCS National Championship Game vs. Ohio State Buckeyes with 38 -24 score when it became the first team since the advent of the BCS to win multiple BCS national titles.


National Championships

The site of the NCAA states that "no one NCAA national championship in Division IA football and is not involved in the selection process." He will say that "a series of stations to provide organizations a final ranking of Division IA football teams at the end of each season." LSU officially claims three national championships (1958, 2003 and 2007), but the school was recognized as national champions polling organizations on four occasions:. 1908, 1935, 1936 and 1962  (The NCAA officially changed the "IA" designation to the Department of the Division I Football Bowl (FBS) in 2006.) During the 2007 season, LSU became the program first college football to win the BCS National Championship Game twice and the college football program seconds to win the soccer championship of the National Collegiate with multiple losses with a record of 12-2.

Year         Coach              Selector               Record  Bowl                            Result
1958 Paul Dietzel     AP, Coaches       11-0          Sugar Bowl                    LSU 7, Clemson 0
2003 Nick Saban     BCS, Coaches       13-1          Sugar Bowl                     LSU 21,Oklahoma 14
2007 Les Miles             BCS, AP, Coaches     12-2          BCS National Title Game      LSU 38, Ohio State 24
Total national championships: 3
Conference championships

LSU has won a total of 13 conference championships in three different conferences. Since becoming a founding conference of the Southeast (SEC) in 1933, LSU won the conference championship 10:00 the second highest behind the SEC, Alabama.

Year        Coach                  Conference   Overall Record          Conference Record
1896 Allen Jeardeau          SIAA           6-0                                  3-0
1908 Edgar R. Wingard  SIAA           10-0                          2-0
1932 Biff Jones                  Southern           6-3-1                          4-0
1935 Bernie Moore          SEC           9-2-0                          5-0
1936 Bernie Moore          SEC           9-1-1                          6-0
1958 Paul Dietzel          SEC           11-0                          6-0
1961 Paul Dietzel          SEC           10-1                          6-0
1970 Charles McClendon  SEC           9-3                                  5-0
1986 Bill Arnsparger          SEC           9-3                                  5-1
1988 Mike Archer          SEC           10-1-1                          6-1
2001 Nick Saban          SEC           10-3                          5-3
2003 Nick Saban          SEC           13-1                          7-1
2007 Les Miles                  SEC           12-2                          6-2

Total conference championships:  

Famous Moments In The History Of LSU Football 

2010 - the last time the Valley of Death - In the fifth game of the 2010 season undefeated # 12 LSU lost the 14 volunteers - 10 with 0:04 on the clock and saw the ball in the line of Tennessee Court 2. Goal 3 and, after trying to sneak QB and do not disappear with time on the clock, LSU tried to send more players to a package. Seeing that the weather was about to expire, T-Bob Herbert center of the ball before Jefferson was ready, the ball was searched, Jefferson got up, and expired the day. Closer examination, Tennessee was penalized half the distance to the finish line for illegal participation. In the confusion in the final seconds in decline, Tennessee coaches sent four players on the field when they saw LSU make a substitution. Only two players left the field, leaving players with 13 volumes lined up on defense. Because the penalty, LSU got the ball one piece of non-time of 1 yard.

With their last LSU player has received Stevan Ridley throw scan, front loading, only to be hit near the line of scrimmage, but continued to advance through two defenders in Tennessee in the end zone for the winning score - final score 16-LU
2008 - Comeback - Tigers trailed in the game to make up half of Hurricane Gustav 31-3 in the third quarter against Troy. Bayou Bengals returned to the 37 straight points and rallied to win 40-31.

2008 - BCS National Championship - # 2 LSU # 1 loss Ohio State in BCS National Championship 38-24, becoming the first school to win two national championships and BCS BCS to improve their record to 4-0, best of all the team. They have also become the first two loss team will never play for the BCS National Championship.
2007 - The Greatest Game Ever - # 2 LSU played what was touted as one of the most important games of the 2007 season against No. 9 Florida. The game is also known for LSU students leaving thousands of messages by telephone from Florida quarterback Tim Tebow, prompting him to make a gesture "telephone" hands to the LSU student section after a touchdown before. Florida began the fourth quarter with a 24-14 advantage, but behind the solid defense and a perfect 5 of 5 in fourth conversion, the Tigers managed to take the lead 28-24 with 1:06 left in the game after Jacob Hester a blow by defeating the Gators.

2006 - LSU vs. Tennessee - QB JaMarcus Russell will integrate the first touchdown WR Doucet for 9 seconds to go beat Tennessee Neyland Stadium in Knoxville, after a breakout performance in Tennessee QB Jonathan Crompton backup.
2004 - Sugar Bowl - LSU is the BCS national championship beating Oklahoma 21-14.

2002 - "Bluegrass Miracle" - # 16 LSU survived a bid for the mess Unranked Kentucky won the game 33-30 is a wonderful 75-yard Hail Mary pass obsolete. Kentucky fans, believing they have won, had already spread to the field and knocked down after just one goal.

2001 - SEC Championship Game - # 21 LSU upset victory on stage # 2 Tennessee won 31-20. Profit achieved in the first place Sugar Bowl LSU since 1986, the volunteers removed the license application is submitted.

1997 - Ranked # 1 in Florida taken by LSU - After nine direct loss of Steve Spurrier-led Florida, No. 14 LSU shocked No. 1 ranked Gators 28-21 at Tiger Stadium, making the cover of Sports Illustrated. Was the first time LSU beat a team ranked No. 1.

1995 - Bring Back the Magic Game - Use your white shirt at home in Tiger Stadium for the first time since 1982, LSU upset # 5 Auburn, winning the game 12-6 as LSU DB Troy Twillie Auburn QB Patrick Nix intercepted, from 11 yards into the end zone with no time remaining.

1988 - "Earthquake Game" - Unranked LSU held a victory almost literally shocking upset by # 4 Auburn Tiger Stadium, winning the game 7-6 with 1:41 left on a touchdown pass from QB Tommy Hodson to Eddie Fuller tuberculosis. The audience response was so huge that it registered as an earthquake on a seismograph in LSU Howe-Russell Geoscience Complex.
1982 closure of Bear Bryant, the last crime - LSU defeated Alabama 20-10 in Tuscaloosa in the last game against LSU Bear - Bear retired a month later, at the end, {&} but died two months after her post -game interviews, Coach Bryant gave LSU defense was so impressive as to him to call the game "an old butt-whipping," after the LSU defense was' Bama only 80 Yards of total offense, the lowest offensive production of 'Bama history. Later the same week, the LSU defensive front seven Melancon & Joiner} {OLB, Marshall, and DL} {Darda Elko, Richardson & Williams, ILB {} have been called "the AP sportswriters' defenders this week," the first time the entire front-seven units were so named. LSU secondary Britt, Hobley, Dale & Clark were the key to closing, but did not participate in the AP because the AP honor of {?}.
1959 - Sugar Bowl - # 1 LSU championship Vincere il 1958, # 12 Clemson 7-0 battendo. È stato il just quello di punteggio il Cannone Billy Matricole spostare Mickey Mangham, a più dei giocatori della squadra Piccoli. La partita è stata nel vecchio stadio giocata Tulane University in New Orleans.

1966 - Cotton Bowl Classic - Unranked LSU upset # 2 Arkansas, winning the match 14-7 and snapping Arkansas '22-game winning streak.

1972 - Davis Jones. "La noche el reloj is detuvo" - # 6 has a UGM sobrevivió intento of clasificar malestar Srta. Ole el in Tiger Stadium, al ganar el juego pase a touchdown from QB Bert Jones to Brad Davis RB. Ole los fans dicen que el concurso de unos pocos aparecera 1972 Miss segundos de Fútbol gratis. Los Tigres perdían a los cuatro con Rebelde 16-10 segundos por jugarse. Después pase incompleto of a largo por Jones, el reloj of a segundo juego mostrando seguia remaining. Los Tigres utilizar los preciosos segundos para ganar el juego in the "parte final," 17-16. Una canción fue escrita para el juego commemorate, "a blues Segundo" (track # 11) that aparecera en el CD "Hey Fightin 'Tigers". La ventaja de los llamados inspiro una señal reloj of La Linea del estado de Luisiana (como lo Dejo el Mississippi) dice: "Ahora encuentra is in Louisiana. Adjusts su reloj de nuevo cuatro segundos. "Para este año, el Anuario INFORMO the Ole Miss puntuación del juego como" Ole Miss 16, LSU 10 + 7 ".

1959 - Sugar Bowl - # 1 LSU win the 1958 championship, beating # 12 Clemson 7-0. Only the score was to move the cannon Billy freshman Mickey Mangham, one of the smallest players on the team. The game was played in the old stadium Tulane University in New Orleans.

1959 - Billy Cannon's Halloween Run er Night - I sent spillet og Mellem LSU # 1 # 3 Ole Miss, LSU Bleve bagud 3-0. Billy Cannon's punt Returner SA is 89 yards for the TD, Bryde tacklinger deep. Oprørerne Derefter Korte ned ad Marken, men på Bleve stoppet the LSU 1 yard linje from 7-3 resulterer sluttede spillet i I i ESK sejr for Tiger Stadium.


Herman Cain For President

Herman Cain (December 13, 1945) is a host of U.S. business, political, radio columnist and Georgia. He is former president and CEO of Pizza Patron, and former Vice President (1992-1994) and president (1995-1996) Board of Directors of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. Prior to his career and the economy, he worked as a newspaper column mathematical U.S. ballistic Navy.Cain 's is distributed by North Star Writers Group. He lives in suburban Atlanta, where he also serves as minister at Antioch Baptist Church North.

In January 2011, Cain announced that it has formed an exploratory committee for a potential presidential campaign of Republican presidential candidate in 2012, and May 21, 2011, Cain has officially announced his candidacy. In September 2011 Cain won a surprising victory in a Republican presidential straw poll in Florida, beating rival, Rick Perry, who was leading in the polls.


Herman Cain

Cain was born in Memphis, Tennessee, December 13, 1945, the son of Leonora (nee Davis) and Luther Cain, Jr.  His mother was a maid and his father was a janitor, a barber, and a driver.  He grew up in Georgia. He graduated from Morehouse College in 1967 with a degree in mathematics and earned a Master of Science in Computer Science from Purdue University in 1971 , and also worked full time for the U.S. Navy Department ballistics. Cain is the author of four books: Leadership is the common sense (1997), speaking as a leader (1999), director general of itself (October 2001), and think they are stupid (May 2005). He also wrote an article entitled "The intangible assets of the application" in the interfaces of a technical journal (Vol. 9, No. 5, 1979, p. 144-147), published by the Institute for Operations Research and Science Administration (reported).

Business Career 

After graduating from Purdue, Cain Department of the Navy and began working for Coca-Cola Company as a Business Analyst. In 1977 he joined Pillsbury, where he rose to vice president in the early 1980s. He left his management position to work for Burger King - a subsidiary of Pillsbury at the time - the management of 400 stores in the Philadelphia area. Under the leadership of Cain, his area of ​​less profitable for Burger King in the most profitable in three years. This led to the Pillsbury appointed president and CEO of Pizza Patron, another of their former subsidiaries. In 14 months, Cain Godfather return to profitability. In 1988, Cain and a group of investors bought the Godfather is Pillsbury.

Cain continued as CEO until 1996, when he resigned to become CEO of the National Restaurant Association - a trade group and lobbying organization for the restaurant industry - where he had previously served as President Alongside his role in The Godfather .

Cain joined the Board of Directors of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City in 1992 and served as president from January 1995 to August 1996, when he resigned to become an active part in national politics. Cain was the 1996 recipient of the Horatio Alger Award.

Cain was on the board of directors of L'Aquila, Inc. from 1992 to 2008 and also served as a member of the board of Nabisco, Whirlpool, Digest readers, and AGCO, Inc.

Media Work

Cain serves as a commentator on Fox Business, is also distributed by North Star columnist Writers Group. Until February 2011, Cain Herman Cain received the Hall of the Atlanta radio station News Talk 750 WSB, a subsidiary of Cox Radio. In 2009, he founded Cain "smart move Hermanator thinkers" (HITMAN) 100 000 activists of the organization in all congressional districts in the United States for a strong national defense, the FairTax, the tax cuts, energy independence, the top government spending, and restructuring of social security.

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...