Jon Jones Says Phil Davis Doesn't Like To Get Hit On The Fight Fix

Jon Jones Dustin Green

UFC 132 results and an interview tease with UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones on CSN Washington's The Fight Fix.

Host Dustin Green is back with another installment of CSN Washington's 'The Fight Fix'. He opens the show by recapping the results from UFC 132: Cruz vs. Faber 2 that took place July 2nd at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. He also recaps who won fight night honors with their exemplary performances.

Green also talks to UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones about his upcoming bout with Quinton Jackson, but focuses in on what Jones thinks about UFC 133's Rashad Evans vs. Phil Davis.

You can also see The Fight Fix at CSNWashington.com.

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Video and transcript below:

16 secs: UFC 132 Recap
1:04, UFC 132 Fight Night Bonuses

Jon Jones Interview tease
1:29, on Phil Davis vs Rashad Evans: "You know, I met Phil Davis.  I think he's a great guy.  I think he's great for the sport.  But I also think he doesn't like to get hit.  I think Rashad Evans' experience might get him through this fight."

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