"He doesn't have a fucking chance. Does anyone? Don Frye if he got off his lazy ass. I said this about a year ago about the same question. [Jones is] gonna run the gamut in the light heavyweight division until he goes to the heavyweight division. He's six four and twenty three years old so he can only stay at 205 for so long, so then age and gravity will kick in and he just won't be able to stay there. So until he moves up to heavy and has a hell of a fight against Junior Dos Santos no one will touch him. Dos Santos is going to run the heavyweight division until Jones gets there. No one can challenge Dos Santos just like no one can challenge Bones at light heavyweight."
Sorry, Hendo, but former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Tournament Champion Don Frye (via Middle Easy) doesn't think you have an effing chance of beating reigning 205-pound champion Jon Jones, who continued his divisional dominance by disposing of former titleholder Rashad Evans at UFC 145 last Saturday night (April 21, 2012) in Atlanta, Georgia. "Bones" is expected to welcome his latest challenger, Dan Henderson, in a light heavyweight showdown later this year. Is Don just saying what we're all thinking? Or has he simply had one too many BudFryezers before breakfast? Opinions, please.