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Jon Jones a Vegas favorite in potential bout against Brock Lesnar

12 Agosto 2017

Jones may well be looking to the super fight against Brock Lesnar.

Jones, 30, has a mixed martial arts record of 23-1, including 17-1 in the UFC, while the 40-year-old Lesnar has gone 5-3 in MMA, including a 4-3 record in UFC action. He will be eligible to return once he completes his suspension and re-enters the USADA testing pool. "We need to expand our sport, so why not be the guy to take part in that?"

Woodley was able to avoid takedown attempt after takedown attempt from Maia, and stayed patient in picking when to strike to claim a unanimous decision. Eventually, Cormier took the round 10-9 to make it 19-19 overall. "I think it's a winnable fight". WWE.com put up an article hyping up this big fight inside the octagon too.

Jon Jones shocked the world on Satuday at UFC 214.

Talk of a superfight heated up abruptly this week when Jones and Lesnar traded verbal jabs.

"Even the haters, all the negativity and all the discouraging things that was said".

At those odds, a winning $100 bet on the fight happening would result in a net profit of $62.50 (for a total payout of $162.50). "You are the best in the business for a reason", wrote Cormier.

According to Sportsbook Review, Jones is a -350 favorite, while Lesnar is a +265 underdog.

UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones professed his desire for his next opponent following his win over Daniel Cormier on Saturday at UFC 214. In probably the most important fight of his entire career. Cormier often pointed toward Jones' numerous missteps in recent years, including his hit-and-run charge in Albuquerque, and said he was a steroid user and a "junkie" in pre-fight interviews. "For the Cyborg Nation fans who were expecting the third belt, here it is". I feel like Stipe is not known to the general public.

"Man I tell you what man, anybody at home that have let themselves down, you let your family down, you let your peers down, your co-workers down, you let yourself down, it's never over".

Jon Jones a Vegas favorite in potential bout against Brock Lesnar