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Rampage, Bones, & Dr. Phil ham it up together on Jimmy Kimmel Live (video)

Jimmy Kimmel is a brave man, inviting Rampage Jackson and Jon Jones on stage at the same time.  But Kimmel had the foresight to bring in Dr. Phil McGraw  to keep the peace and tries to convince these two rivals to "make nice" and even gets them to compliment each other.  But Dr. Phil seems more interested in trying to stir the pot.

There's been a little smack talk between former champion Rampage Jackson and current 205 kingpin Jon Bones Jones.  And in recent press conferences, Rampage has been his usual wise-cracking self, while Jones has been stiff and awkward, seemingly unable to take a joke or manage a smile, let alone a comeback.  But last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Jones seemed to finally have grown a funny "Bone" and be able to roll with the punches as he sat on the couch with his nemesis and Dr. Phil.  "Phil, you're a doctor, what's WRONG with this man?" Jones also described this stylistic matchup as "Spider-man vs Frankenstein".   And of course, Rampage had no shortage of witty retorts.   After seeing this fun lighthearted banter between them, it's hard to imagine that Rampage and Jones won't be friends after this fight.  See the full 3-way interview after the jump.

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So, after watching this video, Maniacs, what do you think?

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