How do you think Jon Jones would do against a top middleweight if he was dead tired??

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  1. Mike W

    Mike W Member Full Member

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    Let’s say that Jones had to fight against a top middleweight or 205 pounder in their prime, where he would still have a big height and reach advantage, but he has to win two challenges two or three hours before he enters the UFC cage to defend his title. If he doesn’t win those two challenges, he loses the fight and his title.

    Let me give you an example of a challenge he would have to do to win. Jones has to run from one end zone of a football field to the other, just like an NFL field, which is 100 yards or 300 feet. But he is racing against a different opponent each time. Let’s just say he is going against a team of 10 different guys. Each race will start every 30 seconds. Therefore, it will be 120 races down the field in 1 hour. Jones gets a 10 yards head start for each race. But Jones has to do all the running, while the opponents switch guys between each race. Jones has to win 100 of the races, while the opponents only need to win 10. Whoever gets to their number of required wins first, wins the challenge. So, even though the opponent has to run an extra 10 yards for each race down the field, the later rounds will have Jones become more and more tired, while the opponents will always have a fresh guy running against him.


    Then we would have another challenge where Jones is racing against 10 different guys, except instead of running, it is climbing monky bars. Jones has to climb through 100 sets of monky bars. Each one of those sets is 10 yards(30 feet) long. For his opponents, they have to climb through 110 sets of monky bars, so again, Jones gets a head start, but has to do all the climbing, while his opponents can switch to a fresh guy every time they want. The rules here are that if one of the participants falls off, he has to start that set over again. This will just be one race where Jones has to get to the finish line climbing through 100 sets of monky bars before his opponents climb across 110 sets.


    These two challenges will be from 2 hours, 15 minutes to 2 hours, 30 minutes prior to Jones UFC fight whoever that opponent will be.


    How do you think Jones would do if he had to fight an opponent like a prime Dan Henderson or Matt Lindland if he had to go through those 2 types of challenges then fight his UFC opponent. Would he even be able to win those challenges, even with that kind of head start, or would he be out of breath??
     
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    neverheardofher Member Full Member

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    Unsure what I've just read but wish I hadn't.
     
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    shanemfr Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Feel like i caught AIDS just trying to read that pile of worthless **** of a thread
     
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  4. Mike W

    Mike W Member Full Member

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    Sorry, I just changed the font to brighter red. The red had used before was too dark.
     
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    mirkofilipovic ESB Management Full Member

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    Better dead than Red
     
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    Absolutely ****ing excellent :lol::lol:
     


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