Neither of these fighters is the jiu jitsu expert, that's for certain.
They both came into MMA as wrestlers with some striking knowledge and picked up on jiu jitsu as they went along.
But that doesn't mean they aren't capable in that area of the fight game.
Jones has three submission victories to his credit, and all of them are by guillotine choke.
Unfortunately, those submission victories were over competition that have almost no jiu jitsu knowledge.
To top it off, there is no listing of Jones' ranking in jiu jitsu. For all we know, he could be a blue belt and be some sort of prodigy.
Then, there is Rashad Evans. Evans has a black belt in both Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and Gaidojutsu which is Greg Jackson's form of Jiu Jitsu.
But, we haven't seen Evans get into a major grappling match with anyone in the UFC.
He has two submission victories on his resume, but one was by punches, and the other one doesn't state what type of submission it was that stopped the fight.
But we've witnessed in the past that just because you have a black belt doesn't automatically mean you're a black belt in jiu jitsu.
Advantage: I'll be cautious and say Evans.