The UFC light heavyweight champion is looking to break records on Saturday but he could be facing his greatest challenge yet. We know who will win and how. Seriously.
Finally, Jon Jones can begin the process of putting to rest the argument that it’s his length that wins him fights. Six-foot-five opponent Alexander Gustafsson is an inch taller than the UFC light-heavyweight champ, and only a negligible three-inch reach disadvantage. In his last fight, Jones made a point of beating Chael Sonnen at his own game. Will he try to do the same with Gustafsson? The challenger sure hopes so. Such a risky game plan would certainly add some intrigue to a fight considered lopsided by both oddsmakers and bettors.