UFC 145 'Primetime' video for 'Jones vs Evans' on FX (Episode 2)

In cased you missed any or all of it last night (April 13, 2012), here is the second of three episodes of the "all access" behind-the-scenes look at the UFC 145 main event between Jon Jones vs. Rashad Evans.

To watch the first episode of UFC 145 "Primetime" click here.

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) and FX collaborated for the latest "Primetime" series, which follows former Light Heavyweight champion Rashad Evans and reigning 205-pound division kingpin Jon Jones as they prepare to settle their score in the UFC 145 main event at the Philips Arena in Atlanta, Ga., later this month (April 21, 2012).

In episode two, the angle shifts toward how the fighters are outside the Octagon, with "Suga" attending the recent Sony Ericsson Open to support female tennis star Victoria Azarenka, and "Bones" and his brother Arthur engaging in some high-dive shenanigans. Evans's recent promotional trip to Puerto Rico, including a visit with Felix Trinidad, is also included in the latest footage.

And, of course, training, training and more training.

The third and final episode of UFC 145 "Primetime" is set to air on April 20, also on FX.

For more on UFC 145: "Jones vs. Evans" be sure to hit up our event archive right here. To check out the latest UFC 145: "Jones vs. Evans" fight card and rumors click here.

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