"If he (Jones) wants to go up to heavyweight, then he can go up there and get beat up by Cain. That's the only thing that's going to happen. There will never be a two belt type of thing because I don't think any of these guys will beat Velasquez."
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) light heavyweight champion Jon Jones has flirted with the idea of eventually moving up to heavyweight once he feels his work in the 205-pound division is done. Should that be the case, then a "super fight" against a big name like division champion Cain Velasquez (sorry, Chris Weidman) is what "Bones" has in his sights. Of course, before an eventual jump in weight classes goes down, Daniel Cormier would love nothing more than to dethrone "Bones" as the ruler of the light heavyweight division. A fight "DC" is more than confident he can win. But if their paths never happen to cross and Jones goes up to the land of the big men, then Cormier says (via the UFC 170 media conference call) a beatdown awaits Jon either way, courtesy of division kingpin Cain Velasquez. Because according to Daniel, Jones -- or anyone else for that matter -- doesn't have the tools to defeat his American Kickboxing Academy (AKA) stablemate. For the time being, Jones will have to focus all of his attention on Glover Teixeira as he prepares to defend his title for the seventh straight time at UFC 172 on April 26, 2014 in Baltimore, Maryland. After that, then maybe he can think about a heavyweight title fight against Velasquez. That is, of course, if Cormier hasn't earned a title fight by then.