UFC Unfiltered: Daniel Cormier and Jon Jones

Less than a week away from their highly anticipated and long-awaited rematch at UFC 214, UFC light heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier and No. 1 contender Jon Jones call in to talk to Jim Norton and Matt Serra.

First, DC discusses the freedom he feels now being himself and not worrying about how people feel about him, the high-level wrestling he's doing during this training camp, going at it with Jon on social media, the letdown in fights following title bouts, and much more.

Later, Bones Jones discusses the idea of Octagon rust, appreciating what Conor McGregor has done for the sport of mixed martial arts, and growing as a person. Plus, Jim and Matt break down Chris Weidman's big win and the rest of the UFC On FOX Long Island card, recently announced fights, and much more.

Some of the highlights from Episode 101 of UFC Unfiltered include:

DC feels free just being himself now

DC on the first fight against Jon Jones

DC on the championship fight hangover

DC tells Jon it's okay to admit he hates him, too

DC on using Jon's Octagon-rust to his advantage

Jon on believing in being great

Jon is not concerned with Octagon-rust

Jon on Conor vs. Floyd in the Octagon

Jon to Light Heavyweights who credit his success to steroids


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