Pat Barry hates knowing 'the world' will think Jon Jones 'sucks' after his first loss

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Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Light Heavyweight Champion Jon Jones may need to retire undefeated -- or face the wrath of "the world" after his first loss.

So says heavyweight hurter Pat Barry (via MMA Interviews):

"You know what's a fact that I can't stand? Jon Jones is the most phenomenal thing ever. I guarantee you, as soon as he loses his first fight, the world is gonna say 'he's garbage, he sucks, I knew that dude wasn't shit, I told y'all!' I guarantee it, and I hate it."

UFC 151 was supposed to be headlined by Jones vs Dan Henderson for the 205-pound title, but days before the event, "Hendo" was forced to withdraw from the card due to a partial MCL tear in his knee.

With only eight days until fight night, UFC matchmaker Joe Silva scrambled to find "Bones" an opponent, but with no success. Both Mauricio Rua and Lyoto Machida refused a rematch on short notice.

To the surprise of everyone, former number one middleweight contender Chael Sonnen stepped up to the plate; however, Jones wasn't having any of that and the promotion was forced to cancel UFC 151.

The following day, UFC President Dana White quickly threw Jones under the bus while the media, and fans, eagerly joined to trash him, which "HD" says will only intensify once he loses his first fight.

Anyone disagree?

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