Despite his 20-fight win streak, Teixeira is a huge underdog going against the champ, but he's got a puncher's chance, or whatever they call that in MMA. Still, there's a big part of me that's worried for him. Jones is the ideal, the Platonic form of a fighter. Every ounce of the man appears forged to a purpose, as if every bit of bone, sinew, and muscle was built to spec. He moves with angelic grace, a grace that serves as constant reminder of the ass-kicking of biblical proportions he could deliver without so much as rumpling his sweater. "I'm an extremely dangerous, motivated person," Jones says flatly in a way that would be arrogant if any one of the other 7 billion people on the planet said it, but coming from a guy who is widely considered the pound-for-pound best fighter in the world, it is simply honest.