When I first started watching mma it all seemed so real. Dana hyping the events, Joe Rogan's 'passionate' speeches, the countdown shows. I genuinely believed that fighting was a real sport that took 'skill.' The jig is up now. We can't ignore the fact anymore that Jon Jones with no striking ability and only 3 years of training has beaten EVERYBODY, and made it look EASY. I can no longer deny that his victories are the result of only his physical advantages. Sure, we can deny this by saying things like "he's good at using his reach," but in reality his strength advantage is just as big. This guy went from Janitor to champ in 3 years through being bigger& stronger than his opponents, and he doesn't even train in between fights, and he's the RUNT of the family. There's no doubt in my mind that his brothers could easily be heavyweight champs. It's official, fighting isn't a real sport, only size & strength matter. Fighters that "train their skills" are simply deluding themselves.