The current UFC light heavyweight champion who is also the current pound for pound kingpin, Jon Jones is one of the greatest fighters of all time. While Jones has not really faced many troubles inside the cage, he has had his fair share of lost bouts with his demons outside the octagon in his personal life, due to which he has had to sit out of the UFC more than once for multiple years. However, while he is not in ay troubles right now, Jones still teased being out for two years and then making another come back.
Jones has a professional MMA record of 25-1 (1) and has already fought twice this year in 2019. He first defeated Anthony Smith at UFC 235 and then defeated Thiago Santos at UFC 239 back in July via a split decision in his last fight.
Jones recently made a tweet in which he said that he feels like sitting out for two years and then coming back and challenging whoever is the most dominant light heavyweight at that point in time. Here’s what he had to say:
Sometimes I think about sitting out and just training for the next two years, then coming back and challenge in the light heavyweight who’s been the most dominant.. wouldn’t that be wild
You can read his tweet down below:
Sometimes I think about sitting out and just training for the next two years, then coming back and challenge in the light heavyweight who’s been the most dominant.. wouldn’t that be wild https://t.co/dINaJPatQD
— Jon Bones Jones (@JonnyBones) October 23, 2019