Who Is The UFC Light Heavyweight Champion?

The UFC Light Heavyweight Championship is a title held by the Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) promotion Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC).

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The UFC Light Heavyweight Champion is a titleholder in the Ultimate Fighting Championship’s (UFC) light heavyweight division.

The UFC Light Heavyweight Championship is a titleholder in the Ultimate Fighting Championship’s (UFC) light heavyweight division. The current champion is Jon Jones, who is also the current interim UFC Heavyweight Champion.

The current champion is Jon Jones, who holds the record for the most successful title defenses in the UFC light heavyweight division.

Jon “Bones” Jones is an American mixed martial artist and the current UFC Light Heavyweight Champion. He is widely considered one of the greatest fighters in MMA history. He holds the record for the most title defenses in UFC light heavyweight history, and is tied with Anderson Silva for the most wins in UFC title bouts.

The UFC Light Heavyweight Championship was first introduced at UFC 12 in February 1997.

The UFC Light Heavyweight Championship is a title in the Ultimate Fighting Championship. It was first introduced at UFC 12 in February 1997. It is currently vacant as the previous champion, Jon Jones, was stripped of the title on December 5, 2018 due to a positive drug test.

The inaugural champion was Frank Shamrock, who defeated Maurice Smith to win the title.

The first UFC light heavyweight champion was Frank Shamrock. He defeated Maurice Smith at UFC 15.5 to become the inaugural champion. There have been a total of eleven different UFC light heavyweight champions, with Jon Jones being the current champion.

Shamrock held the title for just over two years before vacating it in 1999.

The UFC Light Heavyweight Championship is a professional MMA title held by the Ultimate Fighting Championship. It was created when the promotion was purchased by the Zuffa LLC in 2001. The inaugural champion was Brazilian fighter Jose Landi-Jons, who won the title by defeating Maurice Smith at UFC 31.

Since then, there have been a total of seven UFC Light Heavyweight Champions, with Shamrock holding the title for just over two years before vacating it in 1999. The current champion is Daniel Cormier, who won the title by defeating Anthony Johnson at UFC 187 in 2015.

The title was then won by Tito Ortiz, who defeated Wanderlei Silva to become the new champion.

The UFC Light Heavyweight Championship is a title contested in the Ultimate Fighting Championship. The inaugural champion was Frank Shamrock. The current champion is Daniel Cormier, who is also the UFC Heavyweight Champion.

Ortiz held the title for three years before losing it to Randy Couture in 2002.

Ortiz was the UFC Light Heavyweight Champion from 2000 to 2002. He lost the title to Randy Couture in 2002.

Couture held the title for just over a year before losing it to Chuck Liddell in 2003.

Couture held the title for just over a year before losing it to Chuck Liddell in 2003. Liddell defended his title twice before losing it to Randy Couture in a rematch in 2006. Couture then lost the title in his first defense to Quinton Jackson in 2007. Jackson successfully defended his title twice before losing it to Forrest Griffin in 2008. Griffin then lost the title in his first defense to Rashad Evans in 2009.

Liddell held the title for two years before losing it to Quinton Jackson in 2005.

The UFC Light Heavyweight Championship is a title held by the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). The current champion is Daniel Cormier, who won the title in 2015.

The Light Heavyweight division was first introduced in 1997. The inaugural champion was Frank Shamrock, who defeated Kevin Jackson at UFC 15 to become the first holder of the title.

Since then, there have been a total of eleven different Light Heavyweight champions. The most successful fighter in the history of the division is Chuck Liddell, who held the title for two years before losing it to Quinton Jackson in 2005.

Jackson held the title for one year before losing it to Forrest Griffin in 2006.

Jackson held the UFC Light Heavyweight Championship for one year before losing it to Forrest Griffin in 2006. He regained the title in 2008, but lost it again in 2009 to Lyoto Machida.

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