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jon jones vs rashad evans for ufc lightheavy weight title tonight

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jon jones vs rashad evans for ufc lightheavy weight title tonight

this should be a good fight. These two guys combined only have 1 real loss when rashad got KO'd by lyoto machida who also gave jones a run for his money. These are former friends and training partners and this fight has been delayed a couple times over the last year due to injuries. But now we finally get to see it.

Jones is argubaly the best mma fighter on earth right now and im not picking against him vs anyone. BUt rashad is legit and has a lot of pride and will leave it out there. Just dont see rashad getting in close enough to crack jones who has a big reach advantage over most his opponents and knows how to use it. Both are pretty equal wrestling and on the ground.

there are some other good up and coming prospects tonight as well with rory mcdaonld, che mills, stephen thompson and brendan schaub all guys climbing the ladder and looking to become the next big thing in their respective weight class despite not having big names right now.

my picks for the card tonight:

mac danzig over efrain escudero

stephen thompson over matt brown

travis browne over chad griggs

john alessio over mark bocek

mark hominick over eddie yagin

miguel torres over michael mcdonald

brendan schaub over ben rothwell

rory mcdonald over che mills

jon jones over rashad evans


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best

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mac danzig over efrain

mac danzig over efrain escudero

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We’ll also throw out his

We’ll also throw out his dismal NBA Finals run last season, in which he failed to score in double figures in three of his team’s five games. Overall, he is a player who has improved across the board in each of his three seasons, and averaged 16.8 points, 4.1 rebounds and 3.7 assists per game last year for the Thunder.

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