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MMA Live Extra: Demetrious dominates again

Brett Okamoto breaks down Demetrious Johnson's fifth-round submission victory over Kyoji Horiguchi at UFC 186 and discusses potential future opponents for the UFC flyweight champion.

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UFC champ Jones faces felony after hit-and-run

UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones is facing a felony charge in connection to a hit-and-run incident that he was allegedly involved in Sunday morning in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

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Silva says he will try to earn Rio Games spot

Mixed martial arts fighter Anderson Silva says he will fight for a spot in the Brazilian taekwondo team at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.

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GSP discusses training, potential return

Georges St-Pierre spoke with the media in Montreal to discuss his mindset in training and what his coaches say about the former UFC welterweight champion making a comeback.

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Quarry helps make teenager's dream come true

The only opponent who could persuade former UFC fighter Nate Quarry out of a five-year retirement turned out to be a high school senior from Newport, Oregon.

UFC on Fox: Newark

Dana White recaps UFC on FOX 15 (2:55)

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Brett Okamoto @bokamotoESPN

If it's true Jones ran back to vehicle for cash, that means he ran away from potential injured woman, came back for money, left her again.

Brett Okamoto @bokamotoESPN

Spoke with legal expert on alleged Jones H+R. If it can be proven he was under influence, that's very, very bad for him.

Miesha Tate @mieshatate

Had an amazing time hanging out with the Newberry family this weekend!! #HappyBirthdayBobby

Myron Medcalf @MedcalfByESPN

In '08, I covered Jon Jones' first UFC fight. Had breakfast with him few years later in Cali. He was rising fast back then. Maybe too fast.

Brett Okamoto @bokamotoESPN

New development in Jon Jones: Female victim has suffered broken arm. Jones now faces felony charges, not misdemeanor.

Police seek Jon Jones for hit-and-run

ESPN's Brett Okamoto on the latest: "Whoever was driving the car -- we believe it to be Jon Jones -- ran a red light. After the accident, [the suspect] exited the car, ran away, actually came back to grab what witnesses said looked like a handful of cash and then took off."

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keithlaw @keithlaw

(Kurt Angle stops fight, puts hand on Bobby Lashley's shoulder) "The killer in me is the killer in you, Bobby."