Video: No. 4 UFC storyline of 2020 – Jon Jones, Jorge Masvidal push back against pay
MMAJunkie 2hrs ago

The 2020 calendar year is one most of us want to forget, though it will be hard not to remember.

Jon Jones that is standing in the dark © Provided by MMAJunkie

And though there were challenges in the world of sports, after some tentative moments early in the pandemic, MMA mostly powered on – with a lot of adjustments.

At MMA Junkie, we’re taking a look back at the top five storylines in the sport in 2020.

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Check out No. 4 in the video above: Jon Jones and Jorge Masvidal push back on fighter pay but ultimately smooth things over with the UFC.


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