There is one vision in my mind when I see the future of Jones/Cormier...

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  1. okusa Orange Belt

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    I see round 2 or 3, I see Jones bloody and on his knees, Cormier is in total control after scoring several slams, just pounding Jones, a he holds him down and we slowly see him break. I see this like GSP/Diaz except a lot more blood.
     
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    interesting comparison

    i think jones will actually have something for cormier tho, unlike diaz
     
  3. MacDougall Brown Belt

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    I'd be surprised if Jones was on his knees. He'll either be on his back or winning.
     
  4. parzark** Orange Belt

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    Jones will be lucky to get out alive. He will be carried out, beltless.
     
  5. neomage2021 Silver Belt

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    when has there ever been blood in a daniel cormier fight? There has been plenty of bruising but never really any significant blood
     
  6. SaintSoldier Brown Belt

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    Jones by flying eyepoke.
     
  7. ArtemV Gold Belt

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    DC will be gassed and beaten up by the end of round three.
     
  8. DyinHawaiian #FEELTHEBERN

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    I see Cormier begging for his life by the 3rd round.
     
  9. JKS 77+&--#rT....

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    I don't think that Cormier will be slamming or bloodying JOnes up like people think he will.
     
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    I keep getting this feeling that Jones' gonna catch DC in a choke of some kind.
     
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    I'm afraid we're gonna see a Jones-Evans 2, and I'm a Cormier's fan.
     
  12. oknenaileme Orange Belt

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    Yep, I'll like DC to win, but I've got the feeling JBJ is going to make it look easy. I hope I'm wrong.
     
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    Same. I'm biased though.
     
  14. schwe30 Black Belt

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    lol Cormier gets 2 slams (one against an underweight 90 year old) and now everybody is saying Jones is getting slammed. Also, why would Jones be on his knees? Are you sure this is the fight vision and not a fantasy porno?
     
  15. BSquared Blue Belt

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    Um... have you seen the Barnett fight? Obviously not.

    Edit: Nevermind, you're saying one was against a 90 year old... indicating that his slam against Barnett is also irrelevant. He may, or may not slam Jones, but he will take him down some point in the fight. How well Jones can work back to his feet or work off of his back is going to determine whether or not DC walks out of there with the belt. At least, that's my opinion.
     

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