"When the UFC 200 stuff first happened, I was just in shock with everything. Maybe for a couple of days or a week or two, I was just extremely disappointed. I was like, 'Damn, this is just really not gonna happen.' I was looking forward to it just as much as anyone was. So, it does disappoint me." It should disappoint him. Jones is one of the biggest stars in MMA and a fight between the two would be one of the biggest events of the year. Now, Jones is facing a potential two-year suspension for having estrogen blockers in his system and Johnson, who is 32, doesn't see himself fighting much longer. "I ain't trying to fight until I'm 35. I'm trying to make my money and go on to something different -- do bigger and better things with my life. Hell, I don't want to get punched in the head that damn much. I've got other things I want to do." http://www.mmafighting.com/2016/8/1...y-johnson-says-a-fight-with-jon-jones-is-just Get in, make money, get out. Too many fighters can't see past their fight career. They need to recognize that it's only, as AJ says, a way to get from here to there.