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Jon Jones is an extremely young and impressive fighter. People shouldn't get ahead of themselves just yet—Lyoto Machida was just recently in the similar position of being deemed unbeatable.
Still, Jones, up until now, has looked stellar. He has ended his fights decisively and continued to improve following every appearance in the octagon.
Rampage is an extremely experienced fighter, but it would appear that he doesn't stack up well stylistically against "Bones."
Despite Jones's long reach and dynamic striking, his wrestling has been what allows him to dictate the pace of his fights and Rampage has shown issues in this department.
Although Rampage's takedown defense was brilliant against Hamill, Jones is simply in another league. If Rampage had issues with Rashad's takedown, Jones will likely be able to put him on his back at will.
Forrest Griffin exposed another hole in Rampage's game—his inability to defend leg kicks. With Jones's long limbs, he could also easily take advantage of this. In addition, Rampage tends to plod forward in his fights, waiting to get inside to unleash his vicious hooks.
Unfortunately for him, Jones is extremely illusive and quick, which will probably prevent Rampage from getting comfortable enough to unload.
Still, Jones has never really taken a punch and there aren't many human beings who punch harder than Rampage.