Jones update, Weidman retirement, & more in the Sunday Morning Rumor Mill

Jon Jones MMA Rumors Sunday Morning Rumor Mill

Father Times comes fore everyone and he enjoys MMA Rumors.

In all sports age catches up to everyone. More so in MMA where the margins are so thin. A game of inches? A fight of inches is even worse. Shout out to former champions Luke Rockhold and Chris Weidman for the hardest of falls.

Honorable mention goes out to 280 pound shell of Bigfoot Silva.

As always these are rumors that have been talked about behind closed doors between MMA higher ups, so take them as MMA Rumors.

Contemplate your own mortality, than reflect on this week’s Sunday Morning Rumor Mill.

  • Rumor is Cain Velasquez is attempting to avoid having surgery done on his knee. It looks Cain suffered it during his MMA run and it may stall his start with WWE.
  • As strange as it sounds Ken Shamrock was close to booking another MMA fight. The promotion was big, but Shamrock decided to recently return to pro wrestling instead. 
  • Somehow already 35, Chris Weidman has been rumored to be considering retirement for awhile. Many around him viewed Weidman’s move up to 205 as the old college try. With five KO/TKO losses in his last six fights, UFC may force Weidman’s hand
  • Rumor killer, Jon Jones run of legal troubles may be coming to an end. Rumors have swirled that Bones may have more personal problems come to light soon. Instead look for Jones to be booked by the UFC before the end of the year.

If you have heard of any interesting Sunday Morning Rumor Mill MMA rumors that you would like to add, feel free to post them in the comments section below, on our Facebook page, tweet us or mail them to us in an unmarked envelope. Just remember they are rumors and not confirmed as fact, so please take them as such.

Published on October 20, 2019 at 9:36 am
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