Not only did 205-pound phenom Jon Jones dominate his way to the UFC ligth heavyweight championship – stopping Mauricio “Shogun” Rua in the third round – for a warm-up, he helped his coaches stop a robbery.

Jones recounted the tail at the UFC 128 post-fight press conference on Saturday night. Here how it all went down in his own words…

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