UFC 214's 'Thrill and Agony' captures Tito Ortiz calling Jon Jones the 'best always'

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Folks were lining up to give Jon Jones his props after reclaiming the UFC light-heavyweight title, as we see in the latest “Thrill and Agony” video.

The “Thrill and Agony” series takes us up close and behind the scenes of pay-per-view events, and at UFC 214, we saw joy, as well as the agony, that followed two title fights: Jones’ (23-1 MMA, 17-1 UFC) third-round knockout win over Daniel Cormier (19-2 MMA, 8-2 UFC) in the headliner, as well as Cristiane Justino (17-1 MMA, 2-0 UFC) claiming the vacant women’s featherweight belt with a third-round TKO of Tonya Evinger (19-5 MMA, 0-0 UFC) in a main-card bout.

UFC 214 took place Saturday at Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif., and the main card aired on pay-per-view following prelims on FXX and UFC Fight Pass.

In “Thrill and Agony,” raw emotion is put on display, primarily with the corner and cageside cams that captured teammates, friends and family reacting to the fights.

They also captured the action backstage, where folks – including Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Jerry Cerrone (UFC 214 fighter Donald Cerrone’s grandmother) – congratulated Jones. UFC Hall of Famer and former light-heavyweight kingpin Tito Ortiz, who cornered “Cyborg” Justino, was also there to give Jones his props.

“You are the best,” Ortiz tells Jones. “You are the best. Good job. You’re the best always.”

It clearly meant a lot to Jones, who called Ortiz an inspiration. Check it out above.

The video is a preview of “Thrill and Agony.” UFC Fight Pass subscribers can now watch the entire episode, which eventually will make its way to YouTube.

For more on UFC 214, check out the UFC Events section of the site.

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UFC 214 'Fight Motion': That time Daniel Cormier sent Jon Jones' mouthpiece flying

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Despite a crushing and emotional end, things started off well enough for Daniel Cormier over Jon Jones, as we see in the “Fight Motion” highlights for past Saturday’s UFC 214 headliner.

The super-slow-motion highlights capture the action from the event at Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif., which aired on pay-per-view following prelims on FXX and UFC Fight Pass.

Cormier (19-2 MMA, 8-2 UFC) ultimately suffered a third-round knockout loss, and he had to surrender his light-heavyweight title to rival Jones (23-1 MMA, 17-1 UFC), who reclaimed the belt with a vintage performance.

Initially, though, Cormier found some success in the long-awaited rematch again arguably the greatest fighter in MMA history. One early punch sent Jones’ mouthpiece flying, as you can see in “UFC 214 Fight Motion” above.

The highlights include other bouts, including welterweight champion Tyron Woodley’s (18-3-1 MMA, 8-2-1 UFC) decisive unanimous-decision victory over Demian Maia (25-7 MMA, 19-7 UFC), as well as Cristiane Justino’s (17-1 MMA, 2-0 UFC) lopsided third-round TKO of Tonya Evinger (19-5 MMA, 0-0 UFC) for the vacant women’s featherweight belt.

Check out the “Fight Motion” highlights above.

And for more on UFC 214, check out the UFC Events section of the site.

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Tonya Evinger disappointed with UFC 214 display vs. 'Cyborg' Justino: 'I fought like a (expletive)'

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ANAHEIM, Calif. – At UFC 214, Tonya Evinger became the first person to take Cristiane Justino into the third round of an MMA fight in four years.

But she’s not taking much solace in that.

Following the third-round TKO loss to Justino (18-1 MMA, 3-0 UFC) during Saturday’s women’s featherweight title scrap, an emotional Evinger (19-6 MMA, 0-1 UFC) stayed true to her notoriously candid ways in addressing the outcome of her octagon debut.

“I felt great, no excuses,” Evinger said after the pay-per-view affair at Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif. “I just feel like I fought like a (expletive).”

Some would argue otherwise. While the bout at no point looked evenly matched, Evinger hung tough against the much bigger “Cyborg,” surviving some of the champion’s hardest shots before the knee that spelled the beginning of the end.

The former Invicta FC 135-pound champion was also a massive underdog coming into the bout – which she took on a month’s notice after Invicta FC’s 145-pound ex-champ Megan Anderson had to withdraw citing personal reasons.

From the outside, there are a few moral victories for Evinger. Not only did she get to showcase her resilience in a title fight featured in one of the year’s most talked-about pay-per-view cards, the very fact that she got the elusive UFC contract carries some meaning.

Still, Evinger went into it to win. In the event of that not happening, there’s only one other thing that could serve as consolation.

“I just wanted to go the distance or prove I was tough enough to,” Evinger said.

The loss snapped a 10-fight streak for Evinger, while “Cyborg” added an 18th win to a record that shows a single loss – a submission to Erica Paes in her 2005 professional debut. Now, the Brazilian featherweight has a UFC belt to go along with her long-standing reputation as one of the most feared fighters in the world.

Evinger, of course, wasn’t oblivious to the dangers of her opponent. And, while she admits she wasn’t expecting “Cyborg” to be “so heavy and so strong,” she also wasn’t surprised by anything she had to offer.

“I expected her to be as good as she was,” Evinger said. “I just expected more from myself than anything. I just felt like I kind of beat myself. I kind of felt like – I don’t know how to explain it. I felt like I was on the down side of that slope. Nothing was landing. I kind of felt like nothing I was doing was working.”

Now, with seemingly no serious injuries stemming from the encounter, Evinger is expecting a return to the 135-pound division that she ruled at Invicta FC.

“Obviously I’ll fight anybody, so let’s do it,” Evinger said.

To hear more from Evinger, check out the video above.

And for complete coverage of UFC 214, check out the UFC Events section of the site.

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UFC 214 video highlights: 'Cyborg' Justino vs. Tonya Evinger

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Cristiane Justino further solidified herself as the world’s top female fighter with a one-sided drubbing of former Invicta FC bantamweight champion Tonya Evinger, who held on until the 1:56 mark of the third round.

Justino (18-1 MMA, 3-0 UFC) battered Evinger (19-6 MMA, 0-1 UFC) around the octagon and cornered her before unloading with the fight-ending shots. Evinger had been knocked to the mat several times but did not rise to defend herself after taking a knee.

The women’s featherweight title bout was part of the main card of today’s UFC 214 event at Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif. It aired on pay-per-view following prelims on FXX and UFC Fight Pass.

Check out the highlights above.

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For complete coverage of UFC 214, check out the UFC Events section of the site.

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Twitter reacts to 'Cyborg' Justino's title win over Tonya Evinger at UFC 214

A new UFC women’s featherweight champion was crowned on Saturday when Cristiane Justino finally completed her long journey to UFC gold by defeating Tonya Evinger at UFC 214.

Justino’s (18-1 MMA, 3-0 UFC) chance to fight for a title was long overdue. She made the most of the opportunity, beating Evinger (19-6 MMA, 0-1 UFC) by third-round TKO in the pay-per-view main card bout, which followed prelims on FXX and UFC Fight Pass at Honda Center in Anaheim.

Check below for the top Twitter reactions to Justino’s title-winning victory over Evinger at UFC 214.

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UFC 214 results: 'Cyborg' Justino TKOs Tonya Evinger to win women's featherweight title

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Cristiane Justino is the new women’s featherweight champion.

Justino (18-1 MMA, 3-0 UFC) further solidified herself as the world’s top female fighter with a one-sided drubbing of former Invicta FC bantamweight champion Tonya Evinger (19-6 MMA, 0-1 UFC), who held on until the 1:56 mark of the third round.

The women’s featherweight title bout was part of the main card of today’s UFC 214 event at Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif. It aired on pay-per-view following prelims on FXX and UFC Fight Pass.

“I don’t have words to say, I just want to thank fans for watching me,” Justino said afterward. “Cyborg nation forever!”

Justino battered Evinger around the octagon and cornered her before unloading with the fight-ending shots. Evinger had been knocked to the mat several times but did not rise to defend herself after taking the knee.

Evinger showed surprising resiliency in taking Justino’s best shots, rolling with punches and ducking out of the way when she could. But it was clear from the get-go she couldn’t hurt Justino, a former Invicta FC featherweight champ who walks around between 170 and 180 pounds.

Evinger was a short-notice replacement for Invicta FC featherweight champ Megan Anderson, who withdrew from the title fight for personal reasons. The fight was for the vacant title after inaugural champ Germaine de Randamie refused to fight Justino and was stripped of the belt.

Justino tried to eliminate Evinger’s best chance of winning the fight by attacking the legs. Evinger took dozens of kicks, yet managed to briefly ground Justino by trapping a leg and using gravity to her advantage. The victory was short lived, however, as Justino righted herself and continued to land punches.

Unlike previous performances, Justino measured her offense, doling out sustained punishment rather than flurries. When Evinger flopped to the mat, she stepped back to initiate a standup. Then she resumed the beating.

Justino said she is becoming more of a technician than a brawler.

“Before I was just crazy inside the cage,” she said. “Now, I’m learning to fight. I have calmed down. I see the nice shot. I’m really happy to be the world champ, and this is the perfect time. I think I’m at the top of my career now.”

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(MMAjunkie’s Dann Stupp, John Morgan, Ben Fowlkes, Mike Bohn and Ken Hathaway contributed to this report on site in Anaheim.)

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There's a way Tonya Evinger can pull off an all-time upset of 'Cyborg' at UFC 214

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Three titles are on the line tonight at UFC 214, and when it comes to the odds, a couple are reasonably close, and the third’s a blowout.

Tonya Evinger (19-5 MMA, 0-0 UFC) is a massive underdog against Cristiane Justino (17-1 MMA, 2-0 UFC) when they fight for the vacant women’s featherweight title, the first championship bout of the night at UFC 214. The event takes place at Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif. The main card airs on pay-per-view following prelims on FXX and UFC Fight Pass.

“Cyborg” is as much as a 13-1 favorite over Evinger, and that number is high for a few reasons. For starters, Justino is a featherweight, and Evinger is moving up from bantamweight for the opportunity. Both are former Invicta FC champions. But Evinger also is taking the fight on relatively short notice after Megan Anderson dropped out.

Justino has blitzed through most of the opposition in her career. And she widely is expected to do the same to the reasonably unheralded Evinger.

But UFC matchmaker Sean Shelby believes there’s a way Evinger could pull off a stunner.

“I think Tonya Evinger is probably the best fighter you’ve never heard of,” Shelby said as part of the UFC’s “Watch List” video for UFC 214. “(She’s) just an uber-talent on the ground. And I think if you fight Cris ‘Cyborg,’ if there’s anywhere she’s to be beaten, I think the best chance is on the ground – and that’s what Evinger does best.

“She is a phenomenal grappler. She has an incredible win streak, an incredible career, so much experience … it will be really interesting to see if she can go in there and get ‘Cyborg’ to the ground. I mean, nobody’s going to stand there with Cris, right? Let’s be serious.”

Can Evinger get “Cyborg” to the ground, out of her striking comfort zone, and pull off the upset? We’ll find out tonight.

Also on the main card, Shelby and fellow matchmaker Mick Maynard discuss with broadcaster Jon Anik light heavyweight champ Daniel Cormier (19-1 MMA, 8-1 UFC) and his rematch with Jon Jones (22-1 MMA, 16-1 UFC) in the main event, plus welterweight champ Tyron Woodley (17-3-1 MMA, 7-2-1 UFC) and his title fight against Demian Maia (25-6 MMA, 19-6 UFC).

The gentlemen also break down Donald Cerrone (32-7 MMA, 19-4 UFC) vs. former welterweight champ Robbie Lawler (27-11 MMA, 12-5 UFC), and top light heavyweight contender Jimi Manuwa (17-2 MMA, 6-2 UFC) vs. Volkan Oezdemir (14-1 MMA, 2-0 UFC) on the main card. Plus, they look at the featured preliminary card featherweight bout between Jason Knight (17-2 MMA, 4-1 UFC) and Ricardo Lamas (17-5 MMA, 8-3 UFC).

Check out the “Watch List” video above.

And for more on UFC 214, check out the UFC Rumors section of the site.

The Blue Corner is MMAjunkie‘s official blog and is edited by Mike Bohn.

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Video, photos: Tonya Evinger, an all-time underdog, gets face to face with 'Cyborg' at UFC 214

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ANAHEIM, Calif. – Tonya Evinger finds herself in rarified air heading into her Saturday title fight against Cristiane Justino.

Evinger (19-5 MMA, 0-0 UFC), the former Invicta FC bantamweight champ, takes on Justino (17-1 MMA, 2-0 UFC), that promotion’s ex-featherweight champion, for the UFC’s vacant 145-pound title. “Cyborg” Justino is as much as a 13-1 favorite – meaning an upset by Evinger would be one of the biggest in MMA history.

Ahead of their title fight at UFC 214, which takes place Saturday at Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif., with a main card on pay-per-view following prelims on FXX and UFC Fight Pass, check out their face-off at today’s ceremonial weigh-ins. And don’t miss our exclusive photo gallery of the proceedings below.

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Tonya Evinger finally got the UFC call, and all she had to do was the thing no one else wanted to

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After a quick workout for the fans on Thursday, Tonya Evinger strolled over to talk to reporters and quickly found herself confronted with questions about whether she ever felt overlooked by the UFC during her two-year reign as Invicta FC bantamweight champion?

“Is that a joke?” Evinger shot back. “My whole career – everybody I beat gets signed to the UFC.”

Hopefully she did not intend that as a statement of fact. Obviously, not everybody she’s beaten has gone on to a UFC contract. A few have, and usually not immediately after losing to Evinger (19-5 MMA, 0-0 UFC), but still, this must be how it feels from Evinger’s perspective.

She became a champion in Invicta FC. She built up a fan following. Then she watched as other, less accomplished fighters got UFC deals and left her behind.

And yet now here she is, one day away from a UFC 214 bout that will give her a shot at the UFC women’s featherweight title in her promotional debut. And all she had to do to finally break in was agree to fight Cristiane Justino (17-1 MMA, 2-0 UFC), the woman who has terrorized the weight class above hers for most of the last decade.

In other words, in order to get the job she’s rightfully earned, she had to be willing to do the job that so few others wanted, and even then she only got offered the gig as the replacement for someone else.

And you can see why others might not want it, right? “Cyborg” is scary enough to other featherweights. The first and so far only champion of the division, Germaine de Randamie, relinquished the belt specifically to avoid fighting her. If you care at all about your face, to say nothing of your professional record, there’s always a reason to say no to this fight.

According to Evinger, she agreed “as soon as they told me how much they were paying me.” And now the UFC has somehow backed into a strangely compelling matchup that might fairly be called a “superfight.” Both were champions in different divisions for Invicta FC. Both held onto their titles until the UFC came calling. Now one has agreed to cross divisional lines in order to get the opportunity that she couldn’t seem to get any other way.

If you believe the oddsmakers, she’ll likely pay in blood for that opportunity. Justino is by far the biggest favorite on the card, going off at roughly 13-1 at the time of this writing. That, too, is understandable. She’s a powerhouse striker going up against a grappler who’s accustomed to bullying and grinding her way to victory. Putting Justino on her back is tough for anyone. Keeping her there when she’s got the size advantage could be borderline impossible.

That Evinger is willing to try, when she could just as easily stay home and keep holding it down as an Invicta FC champ, shouldn’t surprise anyone who knows her. Stubbornness is one of her defining features, according to friends and family. Somewhere inside her still lives the little girl who used to beat up her brothers and then go riding around on her bike, looking for a tackle football game to join.

When you look at it that way, a longshot crack at a UFC title against a colossus from another division might be the perfect point of entry for someone like Evinger. Her entire career has been an exercise in doing things her own way, from her climb up the ranks to her self-promotion via social media.

Now that her moment has finally arrived, why shouldn’t it be a terrifying challenge that everyone else thinks is a very bad idea? Any other path to the UFC would be too conventional for Evinger. And she’s never been known for making things easy on herself.

For more on UFC 214, check out the UFC Rumors section of the site.

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Tonya Evinger says UFC 214 title fight with 'Cyborg' Justino has rematch clause

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LA MIRADA, Calif. – If Tonya Evinger happens to upset Cristiane Justino on Saturday at UFC 214, expect an immediate rematch for the UFC women’s featherweight title.

Evinger (19-5 MMA, 0-0 UFC), who faces Justino (17-1 MMA, 2-0 UFC) for the vacant belt at UFC 214, which takes place at Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif., and airs on pay-per-view, said her contract for the bout with “Cyborg” has a rematch clause.

Although that’s not unique in combat sports, it’s rarely – if ever – happened in the UFC. It’s part of the deal for this fight, though, and Evinger said it was the result of the work of George Prajin, who is the manager of both sides of the fight.

“Me and Cris have the same manager, so it’s just one of them things,” Evinger said at today’s UFC 214 open workouts. “I think he does a great job, and he knows what he’s looking for, and he’s experienced enough to know what I need if I do win this fight. I’m not obviously going to win the title then go down to 135, that makes no sense. I’ll fight 145, 135, 125, just to get as much fights in as a I can before I have to retire too old. I’m going to fight as much as they’ll give me opportunities.”

Evinger is a massive underdog at UFC 214, as is the case with almost every one of Justino’s opponents. Evinger, though, is riding a 10-fight winning streak and carries every bit of confidence she will win, and then the rematch, which would mark an incredible start to a UFC career that, at one point, looked like it would never come to be.

“There are probably girls in the sport better than everything that I am,” Evinger said. “I think what It comes down to, is I’m able to put it together and be a well rounded fighter. That’s part of it. I think I’m a really smart fighter, and over the years I’ve created a style that fits me, and I know what kind of fighter I am and where I need to fight to win fights.”

For more on UFC 214, check out the UFC Rumors section of the site.

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