Good solid win for the champ tonight. And let me make it clear that i have no hate or anything towards the man at all. My only issue is he claims he wants to be the "greatest of all-time" and all that stuff but whenever i watch him fight i just don't get that buzz of excitement or have the feeling that i'm watching someone indisputably "great" like when i used to see Fedor and Anderson in their prime. With Jon it's like watching Wladimir klitschko. Extremely dominant with immense physical gifts and solid game plans. There's no thrills...you know what you're going to get with him (front kicks to the knee, one or two spinning elbows, one spinning back kick etc) but with Andy and Fedor there was a sense of "anything can happen at anytime" and to be honest that's probably what separated those two from the rest. Being methodical is all good and it's clearly working for Jon..but an artist with different colours will always draw a bigger crowd. The stats may weigh more in favour with Jones when his career is over...but i sense in years to come he will be viewed more like a Rocky Marciano than a Mohammed Ali. A record to die for but lacking in gold dust and compelling moments. If the truth be told i don't see much growth in the Jones that destroyed Shogun and the Jones i saw tonight...if anything he's just less exciting.