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But Jones (19 1) sure is.
The last time he walked into the octagon to the familiar sounds of 50 Cent's God Gave Me Style Jones hinted at switching it up Saturday with a certain surprise for the Baltimore faithful Jones engaged in a five round war with Gustafsson.
"After Chuck Liddell, he's the only guy that's held the belt for so long," Teixeira said. "Beating him is like Chris Weidman got the credit to beat Anderson Silva, beating a great champion like him.
His focus is on Saturday's clash with the underrated Glover Teixeira (22 2), Jones' first fight since narrowly getting past Gustafsson last September at UFC 165 in Toronto.
"I think with Gus I was trying to fight a technical kickboxing match and, I think, I was losing at that," Jones recalled. "I just had to switch my style up and start flowing a little better and winging things, making up and creating and finding new openings, and that led to that big elbow and a few other techniques that were kind of spur of the moment things, some flying knees.
"I have no interest at this point," Jones said. "There's a lot of great competition to test myself against Glover Teixeira being first on that agenda."
It started on the UFC conference call Monday, and continued Thursday during media day at Camden Yards.
talent to keep him occupied.
"What I would do is I would charge right across the cage, punch Jon Jones in the face, take him down, beat him up and rip one of his arms off," Davis told reporters Thursday. "In fact, I would train with Ronda (Rousey) to get her technique down. She has a good armbar. It's pretty nasty."
Jones, however, has a theory about all the trash talk.
"This is the thing I've realized when it comes to that: When guys actually have the contract signed and they're the one who's next in line, they tend to show a lot more respect, usually," Jones said. "When the guy's not in line and he knows he won't be fighting me for at least a half year or whatever time it may be, he's the one sitting back chirping saying what he would do."
Jones focused on Teixeira
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"It's easy to stay focused on Glover just looking at the guy's record," Jones said this week. "The guy hasn't lost a fight in five years. He's beaten 20 people in a row. He's, obviously, a very special fighter. In order to defeat such a magnificent fighter, I need to be on my game. I need to be even more magnificent than he is."
The longtime sparring partner of Chuck Liddell who actually said this week he would've easily handled Jones in his prime, which Jones responded with a New Balance 574 Red And Grey
When you're at the top, you're going to get your fair share of hate.
"I knew when I fight Jon Jones this was going to happen. I don't really care, I just gotta to prove them wrong and prove I have the potential to become a champion."
JONES TAKES OUT TRASH
In addition to many others, fellow light heavyweight Phil Davis took aim at the champ on numerous occasions this week.
Facing a barrage of questions about his future during fight week in Baltimore, Jones also shot down an idea that's been percolating for a while a potential move to heavyweight.
While Jones ended up with his hand raised and a unanimous decision victory, it wasn't easy, which has many calling for Jones Gustafsson 2, and in the process overshadowing Teixeira's first title fight.
successfully defending his title seven times since beating Mauricio 'Shogun' Rua in March 2011.
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Heading into UFC 172 in Baltimore, Md., many aren't familiar with the 34 year old Brazilian's lengthy resume.
Davis has essentially dismissed his UFC 172 opponent, Anthony Johnson, and focused his ire on Jones.
While all of the talk surrounding Jon (Bones) Jones continues to revolve around future fights that may or may not happen, the UFC light heavyweight champion isn't listening.
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