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Jon Jones provides an update on his pec injury- “It’s one of the most depressing injuries I’ve ever had”

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Jon Jones, the enigmatic former UFC light heavyweight champion, has been on a challenging journey of recovery. His pectoral injury forced him out of a highly anticipated fight against Stipe Miocic, leaving fans disappointed and curious about his return. Let’s delve into the details of Jones’ injury, his progress, and his heartfelt apology to fans.

Jon Jones stated “It’s one of the most depressing injuries I’ve ever had, pushed my upper body strength back by years. I’m not even going to get into it, going to remain positive and keep putting in the work day by day.”

 

Jones suffered a serious pectoral injury that significantly impacted his upper body strength. In his own words, it’s “one of the most depressing injuries” he has ever faced. The setback forced him to withdraw from the scheduled bout with Miocic, a fight that could have defined his legacy in the heavyweight division.

A Glimpse into Recovery

Despite the emotional toll, Jon Jones remains positive. He recently interacted with fans on social media, providing updates on his healing process. According to him, the injury has completely healed, but rebuilding strength remains the focus. Jones expressed gratitude for the progress he’s making week by week, emphasizing that he’s ready to fight again.

In a candid moment, Jones admitted, “I wish I had a time machine.” He longs to fast-forward through the recovery process and step back into the octagon. His determination to return is unwavering, and he apologized to fans for the delay. November is the target month for his comeback, and he hopes to make it worth the wait.

The Controversy Surrounding Jon Jones’ Opponents

While Jon Jones rehabilitates, the MMA community debates his next opponent. Tom Aspinall, the interim UFC heavyweight champion, has campaigned for a title unification fight with Jones. However, Jones remains steadfast in his decision to face Stipe Miocic upon his return. He dismisses the idea of fighting a potential “hype train” and sticks to his original plans.

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