Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) light heavyweight champion Jon Jones has had quite an impressive career during his six-year run with the Las Vegas, Nevada - based mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion.
From dismantling legend after legend such as Vitor Belfort and Quinton Jackson, to becoming the youngest champion in UFC history by defeating Mauricio Rua, "Bones" has racked up a resume that rivals that of any of the longtime greats.
And he's only 26 years old.
As Jones prepares to defend his 205-pound title for the seventh consecutive time against Glover Teixeira on April 26, 2014 at UFC 172 in Baltimore, Maryland, Joe Rogan looks back at the top eight moments in he champ's Octagon career.
8. Becoming the first man to stop Quinton Jackson inside the Octagon at UFC 135.
7. Rag-dolling Stephan Bonnar from pillar to post at UFC 94.
6. Forcing Ryan Bader to tap in round two at UFC 126.
5. Surviving Vitor Belfort, then forcing "The Phenom" to tap at UFC 152.
4. Outclassing Rashad Evans to settle their beef at UFC 145.
3. Putting Lyoto Machida to sleep with standing guillotine choke at UFC 140.
2. Surviving Alexander Gustafasson after five-round war at UFC 165.
1. Demolishing Mauricio Rua to become youngest champion ever at UFC 128.
There you have it, folks, do you agree with the list?
Was there another moment that didn't make the cut that should have been on there? If so, let us know in the comments section below.
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