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Heavy Hands 3: Jon Jones and the First Line of Defense

Episode 3 of Heavy Hands, and this time we're talking about Jon Jones' epic fight with Alexander Gustafsson: what Jones could have done better, and why he allowed Gustafsson to outbox him so thoroughly.

Then, I spend the rest of the episode discussing a concept I call "the first line of defense." In other words, I break down the various methods that fighters have at their disposal to defend themselves, and which one is the most important to have in place.

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Here's the link to the download for the podcast: http://heavyhands.libsyn.com/3-jon-jones-the-first-line-of-defense

Or you can listen to the embedded version on our webpage: http://heavyhandspodcast.com/jon-jones-alexander-gustafsson-defense-podcast

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