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 Jon Jones refuses to give DC a shot at the title.

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PostSubject: Re: Jon Jones refuses to give DC a shot at the title.    Wed Mar 19, 2014 3:16 pm

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this is why all of the chatter from Jones wanting to fight Cain is simply utter nonsense and laughable.


It is all that and more. It's the most ridiculous matchup I've ever heard the man who WILL lose the fight suggest. It's like Kimbo Slice challenging an "in his prime" Fedor Emelianenko.

Jones relies on his reach for all those flashy (yet effective,) techniques he uses. Cain is an "In your face, I'll happily fight you in a phone booth" fighter. Cain's speed, cardio, and determination would make this fight an utter joke. Cain would be in Jones' face all night long, giving him zero room, and brutalizing him against the cage. Jones would have next to no chance to get off any kind of offense. It would be a vicious, one sided mauling from bell to bell.

That being said, I would LOVE to see this fight come off - You could hear me miles away as I laughed and cheered, as Cain eviscerated Jones.
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PostSubject: Re: Jon Jones refuses to give DC a shot at the title.    Wed Mar 26, 2014 1:28 am

Dc will hand Jones his ass on a platter.Jones will have the reach but Dc can close the distance well.Jones has good mma wrestling but Dc is a champion wrestler and I think he will overwhelme Jones on the feet or the mat I mean look at who he trains with day in and day out he gets his ass beat by the best in the world everyday and I think that's a huge advantage he has over anybody.The only flaw I see in Dc's game is his cardio.But Jones has to get by glover first and that's easier said then done I think a lot of people are over looking glover Jones included.
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PostSubject: Re: Jon Jones refuses to give DC a shot at the title.    Wed Mar 26, 2014 1:51 am

After seeing what Gustafsson did to Jones, I think Glover has a good chance to KO Jones.

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PostSubject: Re: Jon Jones refuses to give DC a shot at the title.    Wed Mar 26, 2014 4:23 pm

I still don't see Texiera having the right skill set to be the one who upsets Jones. I can easily see Gus sealing the deal in their second fight, and I can also see the heavy handed DC - who will have a little extra rage thrown in from the way Jones has snubbed him, taking Jones out.

The one major advantage I see for DC in a matchup with Jones is - Jones needs space to execute his flashy finishing maneuvers. DC is a wrestler, and wrestling is a game of space. Wrestlers (the good ones) are experts at dictating the space between them and their opponents, and along with that, the pace of a contest. I see DC staying close to Jones, slowing the pace to one he likes, and bombing out "Big Mouth" Jones.

To be honest, I really don't care who does it, I am beyond ready to see punk-ass Jones get KTFO.
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