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Sport Anthony Johnson ready to rumble after 4-year retirement

01:25  05 may  2021
01:25  05 may  2021 Source:   sports.yahoo.com

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Retired former UFC title contender Anthony ' Rumble ' Johnson is plotting a return to mixed martial arts according to his manager Ali Abdelaziz at heavyweight, two-and-a-half years after stepping away after a loss to Daniel Cormier. Johnson , who has fought as low as welterweight in his 28-fight professional career, retired in April 2017 following defeat to Daniel Cormier - his second 205-pound title loss to 'DC', though those two defeats represent the only two losses he suffered in a five- year , 14-fight span.

Anthony " Rumble " Johnson had to laugh at some of the rumors about his post fighting career following the announcement about his retirement in April. Johnson shocked the mixed martial arts world by announcing that he was hanging up his gloves following a second round submission loss to Johnson currently resides in Florida — a state that has moved towards allowing more use of medical marijuana — but the laws are still influx as the rules and regulations are being sorted out following an amendment passing there last year . Of course, Johnson didn't mention if his business would be in

In 1999, Nike produced an amazing commercial featuring Greg Maddux, Tom Glavine and Mark McGwire, which it billed “Chicks Dig the Long Ball.”

Anthony “Rumble” Johnson would tell you that everyone digs a knockout. And so with Johnson back after a four-year, one-month retirement from mixed martial arts, there is one question anyone who bumps into the Bellator light heavyweight wants to know:

Will you knock out Jose Augusto at Bellator 258 on Friday?

“Right now, I’m in a great place,” Johnson told Yahoo Sports. “I don’t think the four years is going to do anything. Hopefully, everybody gets to see what they’ve been missing for the last four years. I’ve gotten a ton of messages and [heard] in person the same thing: They don’t get knockouts like they used to.”

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Anthony ‘ Rumble ’ Johnson has officially called it a day on his mixed martial arts career after his second-round submission loss to Daniel Cormier last weekend. Anthony Johnson shocked the world at UFC 210 last weekend when he announced his immediate retirement from the sport of mixed martial arts. AJ’s wrestling background is a solid one but for many, his only real route to victory against the acclaimed grappler standing in front of him was to connect with one of his trademark right-hand shots. Today, after the MMA world have had at least some time to digest Johnson ’s decision, the

“ Rumble ” retired after being submitted in the second-round of the light heavyweight championship bout with still champion, Daniel Cormier. “I don’t have any excuses, I lost again to the better man,” said a very emotional Johnson after the fight. “This is my last fight. I didn’t want any distractions, but I want The 33- year old Johnson ends his career with a professional record of 22-6, including winning twelve of his last fourteen. Johnson shared that there are other avenues he is ready to explore outside of the UFC octagon. “I gave my commitment to another job, something that I have been wanting to do for a

Johnson will fight Augusto in Bellator’s light heavyweight Grand Prix instead of Yoel Romero, who was pulled from the fight last week because of an undisclosed medical issue. No official reason was released other than that the Mohegan commission didn’t medically clear him, but it was reportedly something with his eye.

The Romero-Johnson fight was the one that the fans circled on the calendar when Bellator released the brackets. It was two big powerful men who liked to throw hands going at it.

With Romero out, there’s a little less hype around the fight, but Johnson’s return after four years away from the game will bring a lot of attention to the show. Johnson’s last appearance as a pro MMA fighter was at UFC 217 on April 8, 2017, when he was submitted by Daniel Cormier in a rematch for the light heavyweight title.

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Anthony ‘ Rumble ’ Johnson is targeting a return to the UFC and will be doing so at heavyweight. His manager, Ali Abdelaziz recently said his client will be returning and is looking at returning in 2020. Now, speaking at Dominance MMA’s media day, ‘ Rumble ’ said he hopes to return in April. When Rumble moved to 205, he was a beast. I can only imagine what he will be like at HW. Cormier will retire before they fight again, Cormier said Stipe rematch then win or lose he is done. Johnson beats Blaydes, JDS, Overeem and Lewis. I think he would have a punchers chance against Ngannou and even Stipe but

Anthony " Rumble " Johnson is willing to give the UFC's anemic light heavyweight division a much-needed boost but not for free. The former light heavyweight contender spoke with MMA Fighting's Ariel Helwani on Monday to discuss life after retirement and named his terms for ending it. "I'm kind of on the fence," Johnson said of The MMA Hour podcast on the idea of a comeback (h/t MMA Fighting's Peter Carroll). "It would have to be worth it for me financially because I have so much going on already. If I did come back, it would just be to fight the legend Jon Jones."

Losing to Cormier is never anything to be ashamed of, but Johnson gave off a vibe in that fight like he didn’t want to be there. After the bout, he retired and said he was going to run a marijuana business.

a person with a racket: Anthony Johnson hasn't fought since losing to Daniel Cormer at UFC 210 on April 9, 2017, in Buffalo, New York. (AP Photo/Jeffrey T. Barnes) © Provided by Yahoo! Sports Anthony Johnson hasn't fought since losing to Daniel Cormer at UFC 210 on April 9, 2017, in Buffalo, New York. (AP Photo/Jeffrey T. Barnes)

He said his performance in the Cormier fight was because he was disappointed that he didn’t get to fight Jon Jones, as had been planned.

“I wanted to do other things, too, but I was so disappointed that I didn’t get to fight Jon because of the situation,” Johnson said. “I know I didn’t have that fire, that desire. My goal was to fight Jon and I wound up fighting the same individual twice. I should have been fighting Jon Jones, but I can’t take anything away from D.C. He’s an incredible athlete and he elevated the 205 division.”

Johnson said he had his hopes set on fighting Jones, and his emotions weren’t the same when he wound up with Cormier. But he faces much the same situation now, given that he was hoping to fight Romero and wound up with Augusto.

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Johnson Ready to Rumble . От Neil Springer • 10.04.21. In many ways the upcoming light heavyweight championship bout between Anthony Johnson and Daniel Cormier is a battle of second chances. After an ill-fated move to middleweight in early 2012, which saw Johnson weigh in 11 pounds Upon returning to the UFC last year , he picked up spectacular victories over Phil Davis

A post shared by Anthony Johnson (@ anthony _ rumble ) on Apr 10, 2017 at 4 :58am PDT. Johnson , who’s No. 3 in the USA TODAY Sports/MMAjunkie MMA light-heavyweight rankings, suffered a second-round submission loss to No. 2-ranked Cormier in Saturday’s pay-per-view headliner at KeyBank Although his retirement seems set, Johnson did leave open the door for a potential future fight with ex-champ and No. 1-ranked Jon Jones (22-1 MMA, 16-1 UFC). Their paths never crossed in the UFC. “Day in and day out, people are always talking about Jon Jones and myself fighting each other, and it

There is, though, a big difference.

“Hey, I took four years off; I’m smarter than that now,” Johnson said, giggling and wagging his finger. “… I was super excited to fight Yoel. He’s dangerous; super dangerous. He was off [for a year] and he’s not getting any younger, so I knew he was going to come to fight. He’s a competitor.

“But you live and you learn. I learn from my mistakes and I learned how to accept things and how to take them whenever my opponent changes. And I see Jose the same way as I saw Yoel. He’s a competitor and we’re both here for a reason. Things happen all the time and nothing ever goes the way you truly planned. I just have to keep the drive and keep the hunger, and that’s what I have. I’ve been training for the last — it feels like ever — for the last year-and-a-half and I’m not going to miss this opportunity.”

That may very well be Johnson’s way of saying what so many want to hear: The KO is back, baby!

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