Jon Jones has been called many things throughout his young blossoming career.
He's known to many as the next sure thing in MMA. His style is unorthodox; his motion: impeccable. He hits like lightning, and is as hard to catch as a rabbit.
He is Jon "Bones" Jones, and he is challenging Mauricio "Shogun" Rua at UFC 128 this Saturday for the light heavyweight championship of the world.
Just try and stop him.
Jones has remained unfazed in his career, even when he received a disqualification ending in a loss to Matt Hamill. He's an impressive 12-1 with that loss and is a fighter that receives much praise—and rightfully so.
In his 13 career bouts, he has seven (T)KOs, which shows he has the ability to finish fights. He also has three submission wins, which goes to show how well-rounded Jones is. And to top it off, he's been the distance twice, so you know "Bones" is a man that can go the distance.
So let's see what the hype is all about and why Jones will defeat Rua this Saturday at UFC 128.