I picked DC to win. I believed DC had the tools to beat Jon Jones, especially because he threw around some of the biggest HWs (Barnett, Big Foot, and Soa). Last night's fight proved to me Jon Jones would indeed be a force at HW as well. There is probably only 1 challenge left for Jon Jones at LHW and that is Gus 2. If Jon Jones gets passed him again and decisively, there isn't a man who will stop him at LHW. If Jon decides to stay there, he would easily surpass the Anderson's UFC title defense record and Fedor unbeaten streak. It is time to accept it, we are witnessing the man who will probably go down as the greatest fighter in MMA history. You don't have to like Jon, many didn't like Ali and Sugar Ray Robinson during their reign either. But when it is all said and done, like all athletes, Jon will be ranked based on his accomplishments in the sport, not his personality. So as it stands, this is what Jon Jones has accomplished already in his MMA career and at 27, he is still just getting started. - Youngest champion in UFC history. - Captured the belt in his first title shot against MMA legend Shogun in dominating fashion. (GSP lost to Hughes his first title shot.) Many believed Shogun was going to introduce Jon Jones to high level MMA striking, I was one of them. But instead, Jon Jones made Shogun tap to strikes. - Still undefeated, Jon Jones has yet to lose a fight. (Nobody counts the Hamill DQ, it is like the Fedor cut.) - Cleaned out what was once considered the best division in MMA, the LHW division. A division that was filled with MMA legends and greats in which competition cannot be questioned or discredited. A resume of Elite fighters, many being future Hall of Famers. - Outwrestles great wrestlers. Outstrikes great strikers. Wins in dominating fashion. - Jon Jones now has 8 title consecutive UFC title defenses, Anderson currently holds the UFC record with 10 and GSP in 2nd with 9. Aldo has 7 UFC title defenses.