UFC's Jon Jones and Chael Sonnen on Opie & Anthony radio show (full audio)

While these two are getting along way too well, it's still funny to hear them mix it up with the foul-mouthed radio jocks on the Opie & Anthony show, which you can now listen to in its entirety right here.

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Light Heavyweight Champion Jon Jones joined his fellow Ultimate Fighter (TUF) 17 coach Chael Sonnen in studio for the Opie & Anthony show, which if you've never heard, is quite entertaining. Especially with Lil' Jimmy Norton providing color.

So to speak.

"Bones" will put his 205-pound strap on the line against "The American Gangster" at the upcoming UFC 159 pay-per-view (PPV) event, scheduled for April 27, 2013 from the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey. Until then, you can watch them jaw at each other every Tuesday night on TUF.

So, what did the boys discuss during their stint on O&A?

Well, aside from making fun of Quinton Jackson, who's expected to satisfy the final fight on his ZUFFA contract at the upcoming UFC on FOX 6 event this Saturday night (Jan. 26) in Chicago, Illinois, they took turns having a laugh over Vitor Belfort's bizarre call-out from last weekend's FX event in Brazil.

Tee-hee.

For more on UFC 159 click here. To get up to speed on what you may have missed on the debut episode of TUF 17 click here.

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