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No pressure for Jones in title defense

BALTIMORE, MD -- When you own the UFC Light Heavyweight Title, and you hold the record most title defenses, you'd think the pressure of the expectations and the weight of the streak would start to way on you.  Not so says Endicott native Jon "Bones" Jones.

The youngest champion in UFC history looks to defend his title once again in the city his older brother Art used to call home.  To do so, he'll have to take down Glover Teixeria.  Jones took some time to sit down with Fox 40 to discuss the upcoming bout.

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