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According to this Greg Jackson interview, Jon Jones plans to keep the distance against Chael Sonnen at UFC 159

According to this Greg Jackson interview, Jon Jones plans to keep the distance against Chael Sonnen at UFC 159

If only Jon Jones was a Capulet and Chael Sonnen a Montague could I finally admit that something I’ve learned in 7th grade English literature finally has relevance in the real world. Instead, I’ll front like Daphne du Maurier’s ‘Rebecca‘ plays an integral part in my life. That’s right Mr. Hatch, I learned nothing in your class and everyone knew that you downed martinis in the morning before you came into school. We could smell it on your breath. Granted, we’re not your dad, nor is Greg Jackson — so continue to get tanked before class. In fact, I encourage it.

Chael Sonnen has been using some rather eloquent poetry on his Twitter account leading up to his UFC 159 scrap with Jon Jones. In fact, just ten hours ago Sonnen dropped this line: ’17 – pieces the body of Osiris was torn into by his brother Set. All mythical figures fall. History awaits my arrival. #UFC159 #4/27/13.’ We were watching this newly-released Greg Jackson interview with the expectation that the entire thing would rhyme and end with ‘April 27th 2013’ — but instead we were greeted with Greg Jackson sort of giving away his game plan for Jon Jones leading into UFC 159. Check it out.

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