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This UFC 182 Jones vs. Cormier Promo is perfect

This UFC 182 Jones vs. Cormier Promo is perfect
Pssss hey, injury bug are you still there? If you are injury bug please leave Jon Jones versus Daniel Cormier the hell alone! Nobody likes you injury bug. All you do is take injury bug and MMA fan’s hearts cannot take anymore breaking. The possibility of Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier standing alone in the world famous Octagon brings about so many feelings.
 
On August 4, 2014 Jones and Cormier gave the MMA world pure glee. A stare down, a head butt, UFC PR front man Dave Sholler attempting a one man stage dive all in the span of 10 seconds had cage fighting fans squealing with joy. Cormier even tossed his dress shoe in the general direction of Jones. That’s just good ol’ fashion fight promotion right there.
 
Every great hype train needs a detour covered in “leaked” video footage. Silly ESPN you left your cameras and your microphones on while Jones and Cormier were waiting to be interviewed. Oh what’s this? Jones said what? Two fighters threatening to murder each other in the name of the prestigious UFC 205 pound championship?
 
Breaking out the vintage “This is not promoting the fight. I really just want to kill you” prize fighting promotional tactic. Wink, wink, nudge, nudge somebody wants a few extra zeros on their UFC 182 pay per view bonus novelty check. Jones and Cormier gave human face punching fans raw anticipation.
 
MMA highlight maker extraordinaire @BrattMamley brings the heat with his latest trailer hyping the UFC 182 main event between the two best 205 pound men walking Earth. 
 
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