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Gustafsson reflects Jones battle

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On Saturday, September 21 at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Alexander Gustafsson paired with UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones to deliver an epic battle that many have deemed the best championship fight in the history of the division – an instant classic that will undoubtedly be crowned Fight of the Year.

In this special two-part video, UFC Ultimate Insider gives you behind the scenes access into Gustafsson’s camp in the days leading up to UFC 165.

Listen as “The Mauler” shares his opinions on the man he’s about to face for the light heavyweight title and declares that he’s going to “shock the world” once he and Jones step into the Octagon. Watch the talented Swedish fighter make the media rounds, cut weight, and enjoy a post-weigh-in cheeseburger with his team.

If that wasn’t enough, you also get to re-live the championship rounds of the UFC 165 main event, with Gustafsson providing commentary and his memories of the final 10 minutes of this amazing bout.

Sit back, relax, and allow UFC Ultimate Insider to bring you back to Toronto and the phenomenal five-round championship fight as experienced from Alexander Gustafsson’s perspective.

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