Jon Jones – He couldn’t wipe his ass

Jon Jones – He couldn’t wipe his ass

After nearly ten years of fighting possibly his toughest fight in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), Jon Jones is returning to the world’s largest MMA organization.

From tonight to Sunday NST, the American martial artist will be in action against France’s Cyril Jean (32) at UFC 285.

– saved his life


For the first time in his career, Jones would try his hand at heavyweight training, after wreaking havoc in the light heavyweight, division below, for a number of years.

But in September 2013, Jones had a hard time. Swede Alexander Gustafsson pushed the 35-year-old to the limits, in what is being described as one of the best MMA fights ever.

After the fight, in which Jones won on points, he took a good hit. UFC legend Michael Bisping, who works today as a television expert for the organization, claims that Jones’ body was so damaged that he may have struggled to go to the toilet.

– His coach had to wipe his ass after the match against Alexander Gustafsson. It’s been an exciting battle, Bisping says on his YouTube channel, waving back and forth.

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Injured: Jon Jones beat Alexander Gustafsson, but took several blows after the fight ended.  Photo: AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Chris Young/NTB

Injured: Jon Jones beat Alexander Gustafsson, but took several blows after the fight ended. Photo: AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Chris Young/NTB
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I was shocked

Bisping, who was a middleweight champion and has been inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame, continues his amazement:

– Fighters have to go through a lot, including getting hit. So much beating that he couldn’t wipe his ass. His trainer deserves credit, because you know what, I can’t wipe another man’s ass – no matter how much I’m paid!

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At 23, Jones became the youngest ever UFC champion.

During his career, he beat legends such as St├ęphane Bonnar, Mauricio Roa, Quinton Jackson, Lyoto Machida, Rashad Evans, Vitor Belfort, Shel Sonnen and Daniel Cormier.

BIG MEETING: Jon Jones (TV) and Cyril Jean will decide who is the world's greatest heavyweight in MMA.  Photo: UFC

BIG MEETING: Jon Jones (TV) and Cyril Jean will decide who is the world’s greatest heavyweight in MMA. Photo: UFC
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Criticize the competitor

Jones was reportedly so certain of victory that he did not train before the fight against Gustafsson. He won’t repeat that mistake against Jen on Sunday night.

At the same time, Jones made a very small jab in Jane’s direction.

– He’s not a good wrestler. Instead, he tends to run away. Instead of jiu-jitsu, he focuses on takedown defense. He can hit, but he’s not a very good kickboxer defensively. Jones said at a news conference Friday night that he has two major flaws: jiu-jitsu and wrestling.

Jane replied:

Everyone knows that Jones is a good wrestler and I am well prepared for him. I’ve trained a lot and am ready for it. Everyone knows Jones is the absolute best. “I respect him and his profession,” Jin said.

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