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Anthony Smith 'happy, stronger and faster' ahead of UFC 235 fight with Jon Jones

LOS ANGELES - The energy that others have expended judging the missteps of Jon Jones won't be wasted by the UFC light-heavyweight champion's Saturday challenger, Anthony Smith.

Beyond the freed mind, Smith has thrived since avoiding the physical toll of weight cutting, winning all three of his light-heavyweight fights after moving up a weight class to reach Saturday's UFC 235 main event at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

"With anything in life, you'll do it much better when you're happier," Smith, 30, said. "So

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