Jon Jones (R) battles Alexander Gustafsson (Esther Lin/MMA Fighting)jZx8TVyzENYThe MMA Corner’s Video News Round-Up: Jones-Gustafsson II, Invicta on Fight Pass, Belfort’s Failed Test The MMA Corner Staff June 8, 2014 News, Spotlight, Video Every Sunday, The MMA Corner will take a look back at the biggest news of the week. On this week’s installment, we discuss the long-awaited rematch between UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones and Alexander Gustafsson. The pair will meet at UFC 178 on Sept. 27 in Toronto—the site of the pair’s first meeting. Will Gustafsson be able to push the champion like the previous meeting? Or will the champion cruise to another win? We also look at the recent announcement that Invicta Fighting Championships has signed a broadcast deal with UFC Fight Pass. Will more promotions follow suit? Will having the UFC on its side help propel Invicta to bigger and better things in the future? Vitor Belfort has admitted to a failed drug test for elevated levels of testosterone, which likely spelled the end of TRT in MMA. Now, with Belfort slated to face Chael Sonnen at UFC 175 in July, should the Nevada State Athletic Commission grant the Brazilian a license? It was recently revealed that Cole Miller has suffered a hand injury and is out of his headlining affair against Conor McGregor in Dublin this July. Miller will be replaced by Ultimate Fighter winner Diego Brandao. Is this a better fight for the fans? Can McGregor thrill his hometown fans against the dangerous Brazilian? Join us above as we look back at all the news from throughout the world of MMA. The live video stream will begin at 2 p.m. ET. Do you have a question or a topic you’d like the hosts to discuss? Send them a tweet @TheMMACorner or post in the question and answer section of the Google+ hangout.