Jon Jones’ rematch with Daniel Cormier in the main event of UFC 200 has been propped up by their talent, Jones’ steep fall from grace and Cormier’s holier-than-thou resistance to forgiveness.
“It’s pretty powerful. It’s a story people want to see,” Jones said Tuesday in a visit with reporters at the Palm restaurant in Los Angeles as the July 9 fight at T-Mobile Center in Las Vegas nears.
“The person who wins is really the winner in the whole argument. … He loses this one … he never really was the champion.”
Jones (22-1) beat Cormier (17-1) by unanimous decision in their January 2015...