The two fighters' corners couldn't have been more different. If you watch the fight with the "Red Corner" commentary turned on vs. the "Blue Corner", you can hear what their corners say to the fighters during the fight and between rounds. --Jones' corner maintained the same calm demeanor throughout the whole fight, even in the second round when Jones was losing. They were constantly yelling out techniques with encoded names, showing confidence in Jones and encouraging him, even when he was slow to listen to them. Also, Greg Jackson was the one barking out orders. Greg would sometimes even ask Izzy Martinez what he was seeing and then yell that out to Jones, showing the clear chain of command on that team. --Cormier's corner seemed much more disorganized. They didn't yell encoded instructions - so Jones could hear them - and the stuff the usually did yell was obvious, generic techniques. For example, when Jones took Cormier down in the second round, they yelled "get your bottom leg out" (the obvious thing to do), and Jones immediately grabbed his bottom leg to stop him from doing that. --Between rounds the story was the same. Right from the beginning, Greg Jackson was calm, always starting by telling Jones to relax and breathe. Also, Jackson always gave instructions first, followed by Winklejohn and Martinez. Cormier's corner had guys yelling over each other, and often not giving Cormier helpful advice. At the end of round 3, for example, Javier Vasquez started the between round advice by saying "do you want this?". For the record, I'm a huge Jon Jones fan who actually thought he would lose this fight. I'm not sure if better advice from Cormier's corner would have changed the outcome (though I think DC's conditioning would have), but it's interesting to note the two completely different approaches, both from world class camps.