Jon Jones has a plethora of options for his next bout after reclaiming his light heavyweight title at UFC 214.
Number-two ranked Alexander Gustafsson appears to be leading the race to fight the UFC's pound-for-pound champion next. Many fans felt the Swede defeated Jon Jones when he took him the distance in UFC 165's main event and those back-to-back victories over Jan Błachowicz and Glover Teixeira may very well have earned him his third crack at the belt.
The man we're pushing for the next shot at the greatest martial artist to ever grace an Octagon is Volkan Oezdemir. The Swiss knockout artist has climbed to the number three spot in the rankings after just three fights in six months for the promotion.
Another intriguing fight that's been gaining serious legs is a heavyweight duel against Brock Lesnar. This would undoubtedly be the money fight for Jones and a chance to show that he's ready for the heavier weight class. However, the WWE star would require six months of USADA testing before being able to return.
One fight that people most definitely aren't calling for is a rematch between Jones and 'the only man to beat Jon Jones,' Matt Hamill.
Firstly, this is not an attack on Matt Hamill's ability or his legacy. He was one of the best 205 lb fighters in the world in the late noughties, an incredible feat for someone who entered the big leagues as a 29-year-old with a 2-0 professional record.
On 5 December 2009, a 33-year-old Hammil fought a 22-year-old Jones in the co-main event of the Ultimate Fighter 10 Finale.
Here's how the Hammer looked immediately after the stoppage that resulted in him "winning" the fight.