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Chandler Jones to Fight Jon Jones for Charity, and Other Ideas

This is either a brilliant or a terrible idea by the younger brother of the best UFC fighter on the planet.

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Patriots defensive end Chandler Jones is a Super Bowl champion, but he's still not the most accomplished athlete in his family.

His oldest brother, Arthur Jones, won a Super Bowl with the Ravens and is a defensive lineman for the Colts. Art signed a 5-year, $33 million contract prior to this past season. He is 6'3, 335 lbs.

His other older brother, Jon Jones, is the undisputed best pound-for-pound UFC fighter in the entire world. He was the youngest fighter to ever win a UFC championship and holds the record for most consecutive title defenses. He is 6'4, 205 lbs.

Chandler is the baby of the family, at 6'5, 265 lbs. He's coming off a Super Bowl victory, but he doesn't have the contract Art has- and he's certainly not regarded as the unanimous best in his field like Jon is.

As the youngest, Chandler has a duty to always be a pain for his older brothers and he's issued a challenge to Jon: a one-round bout, where the loser donates to the other's charity.

"Me and my brother used to fight all the time when we were young and I'm pretty sure I can take him down now," Chandler told TMZ. "I am way bigger than he is."

I'm, like, 100% certain that Jon will knock Chandler down and win. Maybe he'll draw it out. Maybe Chandler will get in a few licks. Maybe Jon will take it easy on his brother. But there's no way that the best pound-for-pound fighter in the world will lose to his little brother. Throw the size difference out of the window; any older brother knows that they hold all rights to beat their little brother at anything and everything.

With this in mind, here are some other charity fights we'd like to see:

Jason McCourty vs Devin McCourty: These are probably the best twins in the NFL, but since they're both so nice they'd end up just hugging it out, solving world peace, and probably raising awareness for their charity.

Kam Chancellor and Rob Gronkowski vs J.J. Watt: We saw Gronk beat Chancellor in the Super Bowl, although Chancellor was playing with a bad MCL tear. Everyone has to know that a tag-team match against Watt would be the best fight the league could possibly organize.

Bryan Stork vs Logan MankinsI want this so badly.

What are some others you can think of?