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UFC champ Jones' manager denies ducking claims, tells Evans fight is his to take

If Rashad Evans wants a fight with Jon Jones, he can have it says the UFC light heavyweight champion's manager, Malki Kawa. Despite recent claims by Evans that Jones is trying to avoid a fight with him at all costs, Kawa insists that's far from the case. Just say the word, Kawa says, and "Bones" is ready to go.
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