The world's most dangerous "Janitor," Vladimir Matyushenko, plans on mopping up the mess Jon Jones has made in the light heavyweight division when they clash at UFC on Versus 2 on Aug. 1 in San Diego. "Bones" has looked nearly invincible in his meteoric rise to the top of his weight class and a recent UFC poll found an anemic 8-percent of fans who think that Vladdy's got the chops to defeat the dynamic young up-and-comer. But in a sport where anything can happen, are fans "calling" for a Jones victory while secretly crossing their fingers behind their backs?Vladimir Matyushenko said:"Young, athletic, fairly dangerous, long reach, and eager to get to the top. So my job is to stop it. Actually I like his style and the way he fights. My plan is to surprise him with my striking. I don't mind going on the ground or standing up. I just have to keep pressure (on him) and I can't stand in front of him like his other opponents did and just wait until he kicks you or punches you or elbows or knees. I have to constantly move and start the fight on my own terms. It's going to be a tough fight. but fighting's supposed to be tough. So why not?"