Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by clownin, Jun 26, 2019.
That Jon never went away bro. Are you fooled by the stupid suit and tie?
Remeber he had us all fooled when he beat Shogun?? Ahhhh memories
The “ just chase your dreams and believe in the lord guy? “
I don't even know what that means
The one who was better at not getting caught?
Yes! hahaha... I remember there was a fight where he supposedly chased and caught an armed robber on his way to the arena or something to that extent. People at the time thought he was the greatest person ever and it turned out to be that he's not necessarily a great human being.
Be honest though.........healthy knee shogun would still have nothing for him!
Dana flew in there like superman
Turns out the mugger was just some guy lol, the thief narrative was added in after the fact.
Jon was just beating wholesale ass that day. Jogger in the am. Shogun in the pm.
Jon Jones is the best heel in UFC history
I refuse to believe this
I miss the good ole days when Jon was hiding under cages to dodge testing, crashing into poles drunk, and breaking a pregnant woman’s arm in a car accident and fled the scene.
That was a prime Jon Jones, he’s a shell of his former self now.
Ppl who didn't watch his run thru pride as a relative greenhorn won't get how special he was pre injuries. Jon beats everyone imo, but a full horsepower Rua would have given him a tougher time.
Maybe. Jon was the new shogun, 2 years in and better than every man at 205.
I picked Jon at the time regardless
Sorry I forgot to bring up the classic Rampage fight where he eye poked and kicked knees like his life depended on it.
Vintage Jon right there.
Getting a personal chauffeur is the age old downfall of all the greats. Now he gets places safely, beats Gus resoundingly, spared DC from losing his HW belt while praising DCs chances to possibly win this time... it's so predictable.
Rampage should have punched him or something. Maybe even made it ugly with some high guard banging and land a slam. He's such a headache sometimes.
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