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Monday, 04/23/2012, 08:38 am

Video | Greg Jackson Comments On The Strategy Behind Jon Jones Victory Over Rashad Evans

Greg Jackson in an interview with UFC analyst Karyn Bryant on Fuel TV.

Jackson comments on the strategies used in Jon Jones victory over Rashad Evans.

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6 Comments to Video | Greg Jackson Comments On The Strategy Behind Jon Jones Victory Over Rashad Evans

  1. Rashad vs Machida II says:

    Don’t know him personally, but Jackson’s a cool dude.

  2. slacker says:

    Yeah, it was a pretty good strategy. Credit to Jones, but Rashad beat himself too. Could have been much, much closer. He hesitated and lost chances at a few of the great openings he had. Also, one take – down attempt?!? Poor.

  3. GET RID OF FITCH (forever) says:

    Dana white summed up Greg jackson better than anyone saying he is only in it for money and its a business and all Jacksons bullshit preaching about beinga family is just that all bullshit. Jackson sold Rashad out without even having balls to call him. screw Greg jackson and his boring ass track meet point fighting strategys. He’s turning warriors like Condit into boring ass point fighters and track stars. I don’t care what anyone says Greg Jackson played a huge part in ruining GSP’s legacy. Matt Serra had about 50% of blame also

    • KIDD433 says:

      GET RID OF FITCH u make some good points.1 of the few on here who has intel on MMA.i agree about gregg jackson big time. i thought i was the only guy that thought he encouraged his fighters to fight in a BORING and not risk taking at all fashion.especially with george SAFE pierre

  4. The natural says:

    Yea that victory came dwn to me and me alone I was the only guy out there Greg Jackson was who beat rashad evans

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