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Daniel Cormier thinks it’s best if Jon Jones fights Adesanya soon before he gets even better

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A potential fight between current Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Light Heavyweight champion Jon Jones and Middleweight title holder, Israel Adesanya, likely won’t go down until mid-2021. That’s acccording to the timetable set forth by “The Last Stylebender.”

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