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Jon Jones Suspended Indefinitely, Anthony Johnson to Face Daniel Cormier at UFC 187

<p>UFC has released an official statement regarding Jon Jones and his legal situation. Per ufc.com, Jon Jones has been suspended indefinitely and stripped of the light heavyweight title. Jones was allegedly involved in a hit and run accident in Albuquerque, NM that left a pregnant woman with a fractured arm. He’s now facing felony charges. The champ turned himself in yesterday evening and posted the $2,500 bond to grant him freedom.</p> <p>With this decision, Daniel Cormier is now stepping in to face Anthony “Rumble” Johnson in the main event at UFC 187. This fight will be to crown the new light heavyweight champ. The full statement from <a href=“http://www.ufc.com/news/UFC-Statement-on-Jon-Jones-042815” target=“_blank”>ufc.com</a> is below.</p> <blockquote>UFC announced that it has suspended Jon Jones indefinitely and stripped him of the light heavyweight title as a result of violations of the organization’s Athlete Code of Conduct Policy. Jones was recently arrested in Albuquerque, N.M. on a felony charge of leaving the scene of an accident involving personal injury. As a result of the charge and other violations of the Athlete Code of Conduct Policy, the organization believes it is best to allow Jones time to focus on his pending legal matters.<br /><br /> UFC feels strongly that its athletes must uphold certain standards both in and out of the Octagon. While there is disappointment in the recent charges, the organization remains supportive of Jones as he works through the legal process. <br /><br /> With this decision, UFC has determined that No. 1 contender Anthony Johnson will now fight No. 3 contender Daniel Cormier for the UFC light heavyweight championship at UFC 187 on May 23 in Las Vegas.</blockquote>


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