Jon Jones on Saturday night answered a lot of questions about how good he is. He stepped in the Octagon with a man with many more years of experience than he has, a man that has “been there, done that” and then some.
But Jon Jones dominated Mauricio “Shogun” Rua from the opening bell, never giving him a chance to get any offense going.
Now that the UFC light heavyweight championship is wrapped around his waist, the question isn’t how good is Jon Jones, but how good is this guy gonna be?
UFC president Dana White and UFC 128 winners Jim Miller, Urijah Faber, Brendan Schaub, and Nate Marquardt weighed in on the subject. Here is what they had to say…
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