UFC 133 was originally supposed to include a main event pitting UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones and his former friend and training partner Rashad Evans.
But with an injury to Jones, the fight quickly turned to Evans vs. up-and-coming light heavyweight Phil Davis.
But then Phil Davis got hurt himself, leaving a potentially entertaining but some would say irrelevant fight between Evans and fellow former 205-pound champ Tito Ortiz.
To make matters worse for Rashad, it was also announced that Jon Jones’ injury wasn’t as bad as originally suspected and that he will now defend his title against a man Evans defeated in his last fight, Quinton “Rampage” Jackson.
The controversy continues to build as the foggy light heavyweight title picture just gets more and more complicated with every injury, disappointing performance or surprise upset.
So which fighter actually has the best chance of knocking off the (realistically) undefeated 24-year-old? Can his weaknesses be exploited or is he poised to become the next long-term UFC champion like Georges St-Pierre or Anderson Silva?
Read on as we examine the top five fighters who could topple Jon “Bones” Jones.