Body language-wise, it was easy to tell that DC was wound up, fighting with emotion and not being cool, calm and confident. Everything he did was a reaction to what Jones did. Looking at the staredown on "time is now", you can see DC has his hands in his pockets and backs off when Jones "flexes" in his face ... reacting to Jones. @ 00.45 The staredown at the presser, Jones takes up most of the stage, dominating the entire stage basically, Whilst Cormier is pushed back to the right of the stage. Also the staredown at weigh-ins, he was pacing up and down, fidgeting, which is a clear sign of insecurity and unconfidence, showing too much negative emotions. Him not facing the crowd was a reaction to Jones facing the crowd. He is not acting himself and acting completely as a reaction to how Jones acted. He was too attached to the outcome and feared losing ... what you fear, you attract. I didn't want to admit this before the fight, as I was hoping that I was wrong and DC would prove me wrong. But, I noticed this all along. In the fight, DC wasn't his fluid self, he was like a deer in the headlights and froze up. It's a shame.