If you didn't believe Jon Jones was the real deal Holyfield before last night (Sept. 24), there's simply no way you're not a true believer now.
Jones ruthlessly ran through Quinton Jackson, who offered little resistance and even less offense throughout their UFC 135 main event contest at the Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado, as evidenced by the striking report you see above, courtesy of the fine folks at Fight Metric.
"Bones" used his superior reach and athleticism to out-land his counterpart 74 to 24 in total strikes and 61 to 16 in significant strikes.
That's just a good old fashioned passionate ass whooping, folks.
That's not all, though, as the light heavyweight champion of the world also had his way once the fight hit the mat, as you can see in the grappling report after the jump. The performance ratings from both men -- which are as one-sided as you think -- are also included.
As you can see, Jones was a fairly mediocre 2 for 6 in takedown attempts but that's a stat that's easy to ignore considering he became just the second man, alongside the legendary Kazushi Sakuraba, to submit "Rampage" when he tapped him with a rear-naked choke in the fourth round.
And the performance rating simply says it all. Unstoppable? Jon Jones just may be.