"It's really just a sport," said the 25-year-old Jones after an open workout in support of the event. "It's MMA drama – it's not real life stuff. Ultimately, my job is to entertain people, and I think this whole situation has definitely done that in some ways."
"At the end of the day, I'm the one who has to live with the decisions I've made," Jones said. "I really don't think they're as valuable to anyone as they are to me. I'm the one who's been doing this for five years and eating healthy and going to bed early and skipping out on great times when everyone else is out doing what they want to do. I'm the one that's dedicated himself to being the champion."
"To be honest, I'm a young guy, and I really believe I'm pretty fast, too," Jones said. "I think there's a lot of things about my game that people really overlook. To consider me a slow-twitch athlete would be inaccurate."
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