ATLANTA, GA - FEBRUARY 16: Fighter Jon Jones poses after a press conference promoting UFC 145: Jones v Evans at Philips Arena on February 16, 2012 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images)
"Jealousy fuels Rashad, to some degree. I think it's safe to say, yeah, absolutely safe to say. I think it's very weak emotionally on his part. That's why I can't wait for this fight to be over. I have no problem with him. Right now, I have my kids, I have my girl, we have our place together, I'm following my dreams. I'm doing the right things in life. I'm on the right track. Rashad is the one who looks at this whole story like, you know, this guy's went off and created his own team and he's left the people who were there for him in the beginning. He's the one who is going through this whirlwind in life right now. And I just can't wait to put him out of his misery and solidify me being the light heavyweight champion and telling him to go have a seat somewhere."
-- UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Jon Jones has just about had it up to here (cue hand near head) with his ongoing feud with his former friend, teammate and training partner Rashad Evans. On top of no longer exchanging pleasantries and maintaining a decent relationship with each other, the two have needlessly bickered back and forth for months on end via Twitter, interviews, on pay-per-view; you name it, they've bickered through it. Now "Bones" tells UFC.com he's just ready to finally put Evans out of his misery. If he wins, especially in emphatic fashion, it's likely the last time he'll ever have to deal with "Suga" in any capacity. Then he can tell Rashad to go have a seat somewhere and there's nothing he can do about it. But is that the outcome we'll see at UFC 145 at the Philips Arena in Atlanta, Georgia on April 21, 2012? Or will Evans walk out champion as he vows to do? Sound off, Maniacs.