Wanna throw a killer elbow strike like UFC legend Jon Jones?!
Well, good news, the reigning UFC light heavyweight champ came to our office and gave a live demonstration ... right on a TMZ staffer!
Of course, Jones is gearing up to fight Thiago Santos at UFC 239 on July 6 -- and he stopped by the office to talk with the guys from "TMZ Sports" about how he's planning to end Thiago's 4 fight win streak.
Jones hit on a ton of topics during the conversation -- here's a cheat sheet.
Jones doesn't think Cormier will ever agree to fight him for a 3rd time.
"I’ve been hearing things about him fighting [Stipe Miocic] then ending his career fighting me down at light heavyweight, and I don’t believe him," Jones says.
"I don’t think he’s ever going to fight me again."
"I think it’s a lot of pressure for him to get down to the light heavyweight division, and then to get down there, to climb such a mountain and not get to the actual top? It has to be so crushing to come up short against me for a 3rd time, I don’t think he’d put himself through that."
As for whether the two would fight at heavyweight, Jones says he would take the fight if the price is right.
"For the right dollar, I would, yeah. Because DC is a talented guy and if he were to have a better chance of coming up on top against me, it would be him comfortably at heavyweight. So, I think for me to risk so much challenging him at his comfort zone, it would have to make financial sense."
Jones also says the animosity towards Cormier is fading away and he would even shake hands with Cormier if the two came face to face.
"I would shake his hand. I doubt he'd want to shake my hand ... and I'm not overly amped to shake his hand."
Jones says he's trying not to disrespect Cormier anymore -- saying, "Ultimately, in the history books people will know who was the dominant fighter out of us two and that's plenty for me."