- ESPN published a video chronicling the history that led to this weekend's Manny Pacquiao/Floyd Mayweather fight. Over six years in the making, the fight this weekend looks to shatter box office and pay-per-view records. You can see ESPN's video above.
We'll have full, live, round-by-round coverage of the event this Saturday on Wrestling Inc.
- In an update regarding the ongoing Jon Jones story, marijuana was found inside the pipe that was in his rental car. Witnesses also say he returned to the car to remove a giant stack of cash, and fled on foot.
Albuquerque police issued a warrant for Jones, who had not been seen or heard from since the accident. Jones' lawyers, managers and coaches all have refused to comment on the matter thus far. However, since the warrant was issued, Jon Jones has arranged to turn himself in.
An arrest warrant issued for UFC fighter Jon Jones. https://t.co/CRYrx7oQ4d Arrangements have been made for Mr. Jones to turn himself in— Albuquerque Police (@ABQPOLICE) April 27, 2015
- This weekend's UFC 186 caused some shake ups in the company's official rankings. Quinton "Rampage" Jackson made his debut in the company's official rankings at #11, knocking of Fabio Maldonado, who fell from 12 to 13. Dan Henderson was also dropped from the list.
Aisling Daly (#11 strawweight) and Sarah Kaufman (#6 women's bantamweight) also dropped single spots due to their losses, while their opponents Randa Markos (#6 strawweight) and Alexis Davis (#3 women's bantamweight) didn't advance after their wins.