When MMA's two biggest newsmakers (among the fighter population, anyway) collide, there are going to be a lot of column inches. A lot of slides, as well.
It's likely you've already digested a slide or column or three million about the UFC's decision to place Jon Jones and Chael Sonnen on opposite ends of some epic board game that winds through a season of The Ultimate Fighter and ends next April in the Octagon.
I'll spare you additional pontification on the rightness or wrongness of the overall decision, other than to say that the journey might be a lot more entertaining than the destination. Because don't kid yourself: As good as he is as a fighter and personality, Chael Sonnen does not stand any chance in a cage with Jones. None. He stands no chance. Why? Here are five reasons why.