There are plenty of takeaways from Tuesday's bombshell news that light heavyweight champion Jon Jones and former middleweight contender Chael Sonnen will be opposing coaches in the next installment of "The Ultimate Fighter" reality show, which will culminate in a light heavyweight title fight between the two in April.
One is that Sonnen's mouth is able to talk himself into a title fight in what will be only his second fight in the light heavyweight division, even if his body wasn't able to get him past Anderson Silva as a middleweight.
Another is that Jones' debt to the UFC brass, incurred when UFC 151 was cancelled after Dan Henderson was injured and Jones refused to fight Sonnen as a short-notice replacement, is now paid.
But the most important takeaway from the fight announcement, which UFC president Dana White revealed in an interview with the Los Angeles Times today, is this: Dana White is the biggest promoting genius in sports today.
"Jon has accepted the fight," White tol...