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So, Jon who is the better athlete: the video game version of yourself or the video game versions of your brothers in Madden?
Definitely video game version of myself. Sexier too.
What do you think you will be most remembered for when your career is all said and done?
For coming and seeing my conquer. Simply being the best.
What about your training have you added or changed that you feel has been the most beneficial for you athleticly?
I plan on adding some things to my training, like adding one of the most unorthodox striking coaches in the games.
NFL players like to see how they are rated in Madden and sometimes say they should be better on the video game....How do you think EA did in matching your skill set in the video game?
I think they did a phenomenal job. Maybe better than the real me.
Now well into your string of title defenses, do you feel the pressure to finish fights? Instead of going to decisions, increase chance of injury.., increase fan desire for rematches?
No pressure. I actually feel like I have a lot less to prove.
hey jon what are you looking to do different in your rematch with gus it was a really close fight could of gone either way
I look forward to putting him behind me once and for all. I truly believe in my heart that this fight will be a dominating performance on my behalf.
When you play UFC, do you always fight as yourself or do you like using other fighters?
For the most part, I fight as myself. When I do use other fighters, I tend to play with the heavyweights more than any other weight class.
What is the most difficult part of your training, before a fight?
The most difficult part of training is to making it to that third or fourth practice of the day when your body is telling you to stay home. But you know that champions do the extra. Force yourself to get up and do it all over again.
Outside of the cage what is the number 1 item on your bucket list?
I really want to be an actor.
It is easy to motivate yourself to get to the top but much harder to motivate yourself to stay at the top. How do you stay motivated?
I stay motivated by comparing myself to Anderson Silva and GSP. They have won more titles than I have. That alone keeps me motivated.
After the injury to Anderson Silva and the retirement of GSP, whats the super fight Jon Jones wants to see in the UFC?
I would love to see Anthony Pettis vs. Jose Alda.
How does it feel to be the most hated fighter in the UFC? I've never heard of any real champion complain about his opponents..
I look at it as one of the most talked about. I definitely have a strong support base.
How nervous were you the first time you stepped into the cage with Andre Gusmao at ufc 87? Did you feel like you had finally arrived?
I wasn't nervous at all. I felt right at home. I felt like I was getting ready to compete in a wrestling match.
Hey Jon Huge fan. What Is the main thing you needa do to defeate Alexander In a Dominant way? Thanks for Ur time man AndStill
Have a disciplined camp.
After you beat Gus again on September 27th will you be looking to beat DC then move up to fight his teamate Cain Velasquez at Heavyweight?
I would probably be moving on to DC.
You're the one guy I think of as a professional athlete where everyone else in the UFC I think of as a fighter. Do you think that's a meaningful distinction?
100 percent. Thank you for that.
What are your plans after retirement?
My retirement plan is to act for a while and try real estate. Have my own gym.
Jon, I'm a huge fan. You're a true artist in the cage! What should your fans expect in the upcoming rematch against the Swede?
To expect either a dominating performance from me or another blood bath. But either way, I'm winning.
If there is one lesson that any person can learn from a martial artist like yourself, what would that be?
That through faith and hard work, anything is possible.
Champ, the calendar sets up nicely for a 3-fight year in 2015; do you think you can do it?
Anything is possible, but I am not really interested in fighting three times in a year nowadays.
If you played in NFL like your brothers Arthur and Chandler what position would you play? What is your favorite NFL team?
I would have to have been a defensive end. Maybe a linebacker, if I had any type of skill.
What is the most important thing you've learned during your rise to being a champion?
I learned the importance of faith and confidence.
And how that cane drive you to become better than you are.
Thank you so much for all of the support. Make sure you check out the new EA Sports UFC video game and don't forget to check me out on Instagram.