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    Quote Originally Posted by smartmoneyfollower View Post
    It should be Bones Jones Vs Miocic .. that would be the mega fight of all times, Jones beat the shit out of DC twice and Jones has the frame to be fucking true HW. The winner of that fight should fight Cain and then we would know who was the best off all times, There is no one in the top 10 rankings other then Miocic who could beat Jones.

    I like the order here. Miocic > DC ..... and then Miocic faces Jones. Meanwhile Cain faces Ngonnou or Werdum or somebody.... and winner faces Miocic/Jones.


    I think Miocic would beat Jones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smartmoneyfollower View Post
    It should be Bones Jones Vs Miocic .. that would be the mega fight of all times, Jones beat the shit out of DC twice and Jones has the frame to be fucking true HW. The winner of that fight should fight Cain and then we would know who was the best off all times, There is no one in the top 10 rankings other then Miocic who could beat Jones.
    Jones could not and would not beat any of the top HW's. Not many know this, but 2 years ago he was sparring with Reem and AA and they tossed him like a rag doll. Jones only fights in LWH for a reason. Jones got the shit beat out of him via Gus. Gus was his perfect size and Gus is a true LHW. The first fight with DC was no Jones run away, not even close. Second fight he was drugged like he has always been. The power of the HW division is something Jones could never take. His frame would get broken. Mark my words, he will not win one single fit against the top HW's. If I'm wrong, I will take the heat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RunMaker View Post
    I like the order here. Miocic > DC ..... and then Miocic faces Jones. Meanwhile Cain faces Ngonnou or Werdum or somebody.... and winner faces Miocic/Jones.


    I think Miocic would beat Jones.
    Stipe, Francis, Cain, and Fabricio would beat Jones with ease
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    Just save "XYZ would beat Jones" in an email or word file and then cut and paste it. You type the same shit out over and over and over.

    Could make your anti-Jon Jones message board crusade so much more efficient.

    Jones dominated the first fight with DC and there was no doubt who won when it ended, what are you smoking? Jesus....
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    Quote Originally Posted by smartmoneyfollower View Post
    It should be Bones Jones Vs Miocic .. that would be the mega fight of all times, Jones beat the shit out of DC twice and Jones has the frame to be fucking true HW. The winner of that fight should fight Cain and then we would know who was the best off all times, There is no one in the top 10 rankings other then Miocic who could beat Jones.

    Jones cannot be considered best of all time, he was caught cheating numerous times! Jesus how many times does a guy have to get caught with PED to have his accomplishments discredited! Quick question do you consider Lance Armstrong the greatest cyclist of all time?
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    This is probably wrong, but Jones has not been fighting guys his size.

    What happens when he fights guys that walk in at 250 or 260? I don't think he'd be able to a wholesale division clearance like he did for his lighter division.

    But man, who the fuck would not want to see Werdum/Jones, Cain/Jones,.... and a whole shitload of other matchups. I know he won't be undefeated in heavyweight. That aint happening against all those big dudes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by exploited17 View Post
    It is about all around size. You are clueless. He said it himself. And I have more martial arts experience that you can even imagine. Have a nice one, bud

    I don't know what's more embarrassing ??


    anotherday with the bullshit he spews over and over and over or you trying to be a tough guy while typing away in moms basement.

    Watching the Karate Kid over and over doesn't automatically make you a martial arts expert.

    DC is a natural middlewight because of his length ... Hahahahaha
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    Quote Originally Posted by New York Knight View Post
    I don't know what's more embarrassing ??


    anotherday with the bullshit he spews over and over and over or you trying to be a tough guy while typing away in moms basement.

    Watching the Karate Kid over and over doesn't automatically make you a martial arts expert.

    DC is a natural middlewight because of his length ... Hahahahaha
    What you say is bullshit. JJ could not and would not beat any of the top HW's. There is a reason why he is not fighting in his own class, he could never make it there. He has been in the ring with Arlovski and Reem, and he was thrown around like a rag doll. He only fights guys that are smaller than him and much older and past their prime. When he beat DC, he was a cheat both times and lord only knows how many other times. When he fought Gus, he lost and was taken apart. Why was he beat up, he fought a guy his own size and Gus is nothing to begin with.
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    I told you man, just cut and paste that diatribe.

    You really wanna type it out every time you say the same thing?
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    Its hysterical PatsFan isnt it?? LOL

    Cry cry cry ... Jones doesn't fight in his own division ... Jones would get smashed by every HW ... Reem and Arlovski tossed him around ... blah blah blah

    Gus is no good ... Jones is a cheat ... blah blah blah


    over and over and over and over and over.
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    I can maybe see saying it 3-4 times if it makes you feel all warm and fuzzy inside.

    But we're seriously talking about 400 times right now that he has said the same exact Jones rant. Gotta admire the passion I guess.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ANOTHERDAY? View Post
    What you say is bullshit. JJ could not and would not beat any of the top HW's. There is a reason why he is not fighting in his own class, he could never make it there. He has been in the ring with Arlovski and Reem, and he was thrown around like a rag doll. He only fights guys that are smaller than him and much older and past their prime. When he beat DC, he was a cheat both times and lord only knows how many other times. When he fought Gus, he lost and was taken apart. Why was he beat up, he fought a guy his own size and Gus is nothing to begin with.

    Oddsmakers like Jon Jones’ chances if he moves up to heavyweight for a potential bout with WWE star and former UFC champion Brock Lesnar.

    Despite no immediate plans for either MMA notable to return to the octagon, chatter about a possible fight has heated up in the past week. According to Dana White, Lesnar has expressed interest in fighting Jones, and the UFC boss is fairly confident he’ll work out a deal with the 40-year-old big man – whether it’s against Jones or another heavyweight.


    Bovada has posted opening lines for the possible bout:

    Jon Jones: -350
    Brock Lesnar: +260


    As of today, that opening line hasn’t budged.
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    I guess oddsmakers think just like you ANOTHERDAY ... Jones has ZERO chance vs. a Heavyweight ...


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    If Jon Bones Jones where to re enter the UFC .. i would consider him as the number #2 ranked Heavyweight fighter in the world and the number #1 Light Heavyweight and would take him all day every day to beat Brock Lesnar. Please UFC make this fight happen as the under card to Khabib Nurmagomedov vs Conor Mcgregor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by New York Knight View Post
    I guess oddsmakers think just like you ANOTHERDAY ... Jones has ZERO chance vs. a Heavyweight ...


    LOL
    Brock has fought once in 7 years...Brock gases very quickly...Brock takes him down before he tires (usually in the first few minutes) he wins win ease. I don't care what the oddsmakers set the line at. I very seldom ever lose a boxing/mma wager. For me, I can't stand the guy for many of reasons and I will bet heavy against him if he comes back. If I lose, I will just make it back on another. Jones is a true HW and for the countless number of times, why doesn't he fight HW. It will be so easy for Jones in HW as you say, he wants no part of the big guys for many of reasons. The Brock fight is more of a circus act than anything. Gus made Jones face look like hamburger, imagine what these guys would do. Gus was the only guy he fought with the same reach, height, and strength and that fight was a draw or win for Gus in my eyes. Put him against the following. Jones lacks speed, power, and strength against these guys

    Derrick Lewis
    Mark Hunt
    Alistair Overeem
    Curtis Blaydes
    Francis Ngannou
    Andrei Arlovski
    Stipe Miocic
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    Quote Originally Posted by ANOTHERDAY? View Post
    Brock has fought once in 7 years...Brock gases very quickly...Brock takes him down before he tires (usually in the first few minutes) he wins win ease. I don't care what the oddsmakers set the line at. I very seldom ever lose a boxing/mma wager. For me, I can't stand the guy for many of reasons and I will bet heavy against him if he comes back. If I lose, I will just make it back on another. Jones is a true HW and for the countless number of times, why doesn't he fight HW. It will be so easy for Jones in HW as you say, he wants no part of the big guys for many of reasons. The Brock fight is more of a circus act than anything. Gus made Jones face look like hamburger, imagine what these guys would do. Gus was the only guy he fought with the same reach, height, and strength and that fight was a draw or win for Gus in my eyes. Put him against the following. Jones lacks speed, power, and strength against these guys

    Derrick Lewis
    Mark Hunt
    Alistair Overeem
    Curtis Blaydes
    Francis Ngannou
    Andrei Arlovski
    Stipe Miocic
    If you think Brock Lesnar would beat Jon Jones with ease, you are watching a different sport than I am.
    Welchers are the worst.
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