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Jones lacks the "holy crap" moments Fedor and Silva had

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  1. 91 seconds Disposable Hero

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    The moments you're pissing in your empty beer bottle because you're afraid to leave the room in fear of missing the finish.

    If Bones had dynamite in his fists it would be completely different. The only strikes I see him throw with bad intentions are those elbows. Great win over Cormier but I'm still sticking with Fedor and Silva no matter how many sherdoggers update their goat sigs :)
     
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  2. Mondo Freaks Green Gucci Suit Platinum Member

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    Jones dropping Machida was that moment.
     
  3. Goh Purple Belt

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    he's had them and will have more I think.
     
  4. prikoke Brown Belt

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    He has, however, plenty of "facepalm" moments. Like his crotch salute tonight.
     
  5. Minnja Touch-Butt white belt Platinum Member

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    Jones v. Bonnar
    Jones v. Hamill (lol ending)
    Jones v. Shogun
    Jones v. Machida

    All had HOLY SHIT moments
     
  6. Hans Gercmiov Titanium Belt

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    He does, just not so much recently.
     
  7. kic** Orange Belt

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    Bones has no ko power. He is not GOAT material.
     
  8. Jeff Goldblum69 Brown Belt

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    Translation...Doesn't have 1 punch/kick KO power
     
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    No amount of discredit will take away from what real journalists are calling Jones, that basically is, 'The Greatest.'
     
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    His elbow and flurry againts Gus?
     
  11. FootstompShonie Silver Belt

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    The entire Gus fight was a holy shit moment one of the best fights of all time, as was the ending of the Machida fight, and him getting out of that armbar from Vitor. Also Jones is young he has a lot of oh shit moments to go.

    Then before he was champ you have his Bonnar spinning elbow and breaking Vera's face with one elbow, I doubt we'll ever see something like that again.

    Edit - How could I forget the Shogun fight all my friends dropped their jaws watching that one.
     
  12. CarloSpcyWeiner Desert Eagle, .50 Platinum Member

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    This.
     
  13. schwe30 Black Belt

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    But he doesn't have as many "holy shit" losses as those guys.
     
  14. My name is Shawn

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    They wasn't half as accomplished as jones is at age 27
     
  15. btz Blue Belt

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    agree, jones plays it safe, jab, leg kick, knee stomp, side kick, run. clinch and wrist conrtol.
     
  16. Unicorn Princes Banned Banned

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    It's like comparing Michael Jordan to Magic Johnson.

    Michael Jordan was a vastly better ball player, but Magic Johnson was much flashier.
     
  17. BigGucciSosa Red Belt

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    Him getting out of the Vitor armbar >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
     
  18. xMyKRo Green Belt

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    Against lower level fighters he had those "wow" moments. It's hard to do against the elite competition he is facing.

    Put him against James Irvin, Forest Griffin, Patrick Cote, Rich Franklin..And you would see spectacular shit just like Anderson.
     
  19. 180bysummer Brown Belt

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    the dropping of a white-eyed Machida was pretty shocking, especially when you consider he is a clear top 5 middleweight a few years later.
     
  20. ib313 Imagine a Dystopian UFC

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    JJ has many, maybe not finishes, but plenty of holy shit moments. Glover's arm for instance.

    Can he decend a title without an eyepoke is my last question.
     

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