Right off rip, I don't particularly care for JBJ. I don't necessarily think he's the p4p greatest either. I honestly believe that if you could magically shorten his arms by six inches on both sides, he would get decimated within two fights. He has learned to master his physique....a strong/massive/long upper-body, (where most of his weight is) and his skinny little legs...which aren't energy expensive and he can swing around for various kicks with little effort. His long arms keeps his opponent at bay to stop the incoming legs kicks (which would otherwise cripple him) and also makes it tougher to get takedowns...which is in my opinion the way to beat JBJ...flurry to the inside with punches and then land demoralizing leg kicks like Barboza followed by takedowns with GNP. That being said. Jon won the Gus fight, that is without question. So why do I want to see it again? Since when does every single UFC fight demand an immediate rematch? This is boring to me. I would much rather see DC fight Jones without a doubt. I want to see Jones fall, and I think DC could win a victory by wrestling and laying on him. Jones looked real good against glover, and I think if he fought Gus again it would be a carbon copy of the original with the same outcome. You can't beat Jones in a standup trading match, because he will clinch and slice you with elbows. DC on the other hand....much more exciting fight. I pray to the gods that Gus doesn't get a rematch...I would rather see Rashad get another crack at Jones honestly....especially after seeing him obliterate Sonnen like that. UFC give Jones what he wants. These champions only fight a couple times a year and I don't want to see reruns. I want to see DC slam bones like he did the old man! Long story short: That was the hardest fight of JBJ's career, literally limping out of the octagon like he got hit by a bus. So why would he want to do that again just a few months later? He wouldn't. I wouldn't either,....nor would you. Why would you risk your career/title/money on a quick rematch that you already know is gonna be a stylistic striking match covered in blood that will gimp you up in the hospital for a month?, .... or you can fight someone new that is fresh from surgery, has shorter reach and has never fought you before. Just on a money standpoint I get it. Its not cowardice.. hold the belt longer you make more money (and I hate Jones mind you).