Jon Jones teases his MMA comeback!
Former UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones tease his possible return to the Octagon cage. He has been on the sidelines since UFC 214 in 2017 where he KO’d Daniel Cormier but after he tested positive for a steroid drug Turinabol, the win was overturned to no contest.
Jones is currently awaiting sentencing from the USADA (United States Anti-Doping Agency). But rumors have been swirling he will return to the fighting soon and Jones fueling those rumors with a passion. In a recent tweet Jones promised fans they have never seen what is coming next, he wrote:
“Every part of the journey matters. Triumphs and setbacks all combine to make the climb what it is supposed to be. My feet are dug in and I have clear motivation as to what I’m going after and why. I promise you’ve never seen anything like what’s coming #comebackseason”
Every part of the journey matters. Triumphs and setbacks all combine to make the climb what it is supposed to be. My feet are dug in and I have clear motivation as to what I’m going after and why. I promise you’ve never seen anything like what’s coming #comebackseason
— Jon Bones Jones (@JonnyBones) August 17, 2018
The former champion also appears to be working on his knockout power, listen to those pads:
One shot one kill pic.twitter.com/NQv47K1R5V
— Jon Bones Jones (@JonnyBones) August 15, 2018
Jon Jones’ manager Malki Kawa is optimistic for the positive outcome, a decision by USADA will be made soon Kawa said last month on Ariel Helwani’s podcast:
“I’m very confident we will have a decision on this thing by the end of this month, they’re pushing hard. I know everyone involved is working hard to come to a resolution.
I know that the UFC is anxiously waiting and we’re dealing with USADA on a daily basis. They’ve been really good with us as far as really investigating this thing and looking at it from a lot of different angles and stuff.”
Jon Jones still considered to be one of MMA’s greatest fighter by many and he is the only man, who defeated the current UFC two-division champ Daniel Cormier.
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