2) The DQ

Widely considered the most infamous disqualification of all time, Jon Jones’ defeat against Matt Hamill at The Ultimate Fighter Season 10 Finale not only represents the only loss of the former champion’s career, but a defeat that should have never taken place.

While Jones’ 12-6 elbows were illegal and certainly abundant, referee Steve Mazzagatti ended the bout after Hamill said he couldn’t continue due to an injured shoulder, which occurred during the initial takedown.

If Mazzagatti had done his job and realized Hamill’s inability to fight was not related to the elbows, it would have been ruled a no contest and Jones would officially be undefeated.

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Dan is a former MMAWeekly.com contributor, BleacherReport.com MMA featured columnist, CagePages.com editor and a University of Tennessee graduate. He has been featured on Countdown to UFC 171 and SiriusXM Fight Club, while covering events such as: UFC 169 Barao vs. Faber II; UFC on Fuel TV Korean Zombie vs. Poirier; UFC on FX Browne vs. Bigfoot; UFC on FX Maynard vs. Guida; Bellator 123 Curran vs. Freire.