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pay-per-head-jonjonesUFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones is rising as one of the precise greatest stars in MMA history. The most youthful UFC champion ever has been (basically) prevailing in the pen, has his own particular Nike tennis shoe and graces the spreads of significant magazines.

Every one of those things are parts of Jones' fame that his promoter, the UFC, likely acknowledges in light of the fact that they pick up from them too. Obviously, the most huge part of fame to a climbing competitor and contender is power as control.

UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones is rising as one of the precise greatest stars in MMA history. The most youthful UFC champion ever has been (basically) prevailing in the pen, has his own particular Nike tennis shoe and graces the spreads of significant magazines.

Every one of those things are parts of Jones' fame that his promoter, the UFC, likely acknowledges in light of the fact that they pick up from them too. Obviously, the most huge part of fame to a climbing competitor and contender is power as control.

It's that parcel of Jones' fame that the UFC does not give off an impression of being fascinated with, at present.

For a long time, there have been things that numerous boxing champs have practiced expanded control over as their stars climb. Force to request higher wages, control over battle venues, battle dates and, to a degree, battle adversaries, for instance.

Such power and control has up to this point been uncommon in MMA contenders, nonetheless. The game is youthful and controlled by one real promoter – the UFC.

Bounty different advancements have attempted to test the UFC. For quite some time, the Japanese Pride association was top-puppy in MMA, until the UFC's guardian organization purchased the advancement once it started to battle.

The UFC likewise confronted rivalry from any semblance of Elitexc (who had a system TV bargain years before the UFC got their own), Affliction, the IFL (which was traded on an open market on Wall Street) and Strikeforce. The UFC did and does the work of MMA advancement much superior to any other person and wound up wiping others out in some structure or an alternate.

Without a doubt, the UFC still confronts rivalry from associations like Bellator, who hit an arrangement with previous UFC accomplice Viacom, however the Nevada-based advancement still rules preeminent in MMA. All that is to say, for most MMA contenders, the UFC is the spot to be.

UFC Champion Jon Jones reacting to feedback on Twitter about his not yet marking to rematch Alexander Gustafsson:

Just champions of the UFC are positively perceived as "world" champions and the advancement, by in expansive, pays superior to different associations.

In return for the cash, stage and distinguishment that the UFC has offered its warriors, it has basically gotten again close finish consistence from the greater part of its competitors on most significant issues. Warriors frequently venture up to battle on short recognize, once in a while with little respect for weight class, when the UFC asks.

Periodically, contract growths (generally, tying on the contender side substantially more so than on the promoter side) are normally looked for after by UFC warriors to land some hallucination of position security and are dealt with as an idea in retrospect for champions. Contenders in the UFC battle whom, when and where the advancement needs them to, with moderately few exemptions.

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For fans, this makes for incredible substance. The UFC can assemble looked for after matchups that numerous boxing promoters could just long for in light of clashing promoter, TV and gambling joint arrangements.

One such dream matchup is a rematch between Jones and Alexander Gustafsson. The Swede contender pushed Jones to the verge last September in conceivably the best UFC title battle ever.

The battle was unimaginably hard to score, included limitless dramatization, had numerous addressing the judges' choice and everybody clamoring for additional. Everybody, it appeared, with the exception of Jones himself.

The UFC rightly pushed for a prompt rematch between Gustafsson and Jones. The champion, be that as it may, indicated minimal enthusiasm toward the battle and rather decided to assume Glover Teixiera.

That in that spot was a relative abnormality in the UFC – even special champions have verifiably conceded to the association's intermediaries. Jones went much more distant than managing who he would battle next, be that as it may, by choosing when he would battle him.

The UFC and its leader Dana White showed up totally caught off guard for (and progressively aggravated at) Jones to not acknowledge the first date they proposed. Rather, the champion decided to push back the date a bit from what the UFC needed.

The UFC, so used to having warriors oblige their arrangements, reported arrangements for the Jones vs. Teixeira to occur on dates before the champion had obviously even consented to a period. Subsequently, the UFC needed to rearrange things around several times to oblige Jones.

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Furthermore now Jones is flummoxing White and the UFC yet again. After Jones took out Teixeira and Gustafsson won a battle against James Te Huna, everybody yet again concurred that it was the ideal time for the champ and the Swedish contender to rematch.

The UFC felt free to advertised their arrangements to book the battle for August, Gustafsson marked on and the MMA world looked ahead to what we all accept will be an epic second fight. Yet again, be that as it may, the UFC stretched out beyond its champion and is presently paying for it.

Having took in their lesson the hard path in the past when sitting-champions shielded their sashs on the last battles of an agreement and after that strolled far from the advancement, the UFC now verifies that champions have more than one battle left on their agreement before having them shield their cinch. Along these lines, the UFC is in arrangements with Jones' administration to stretch out his agreement and to sign to battle Gustafsson.

Accepting that Jones would oblige whatever they needed, the UFC obviously did not try to first settle on an enlargement and session concurrence with Jones before affirming their arrangements to have him rematch Gustafsson in August. Presently, Dana White is at the end of the day disturbed at Jones and putting weight on the champ, through PR means, to sign their agreement.

Regardless of the way that Jones has been maybe the most dynamic top contender and champion the UFC has ever had (battling on short perceive, battling previous companions, battling with damages, battling regularly, and so forth.) one of White's most loved interests in the previous two years is to criticize Bones and his group. At the point when Dan Henderson harmed hello t