Jon jones (26–1), legendary fighter from UFC, abandoned his belt in the Light Heavyweight, to be one of the Heavy. This being the case, he is seen training very hard to get to his next fight in the best way possible. There is no specific date that confirms when he will debut in this division, nor who will be his first rival at the top. Anyway, the American already shows his impressive physical change.
“I gave up the Semi-Complete championship because I knew that my goals at heavyweight were going to take some time. He didn’t want to play games with the contenders and have them fight for interim titles. So the throne can rest a little “were the words of” Bonny “on his personal Twitter account long ago, explaining the reason why he left his division and went to the largest in the company.
Your coach knows what he’s doing
My first thought is heavyweight. Let Israel move up to heavyweight. This is the deal Jon jones He’s always fought who’s who, and it’s always been this guy, you have to beat this guy to secure your legacy. And then it hits him. And then okay, you have to beat this guy to secure your legacy. And then it hits him. Jon doesn’t need to chase anyone, they need to chase him. That’s the way I see it. That’s why he’s the best, ”began Mike Winkeljohn, his coach.
In addition, he also communicated: “I am always amazed by some of the things he does. I think to myself, gosh, if I just do these things against him, and then Izzy makes a little correction and fixes that problem. So he’s a tough guy to grasp as he has so many skills and great timing, great speed, and takedown defense. It is so comprehensive and it is getting better. He’s getting better with every fight. I’m watching it, I’m really impressed with what they have been able to do with the team in New Zealand.
What’s coming for him
While Israel Adesanya wants a chance to kill him in the cage, it is not yet known if this will happen. Notably, Jon Jones has already moved up to Heavyweights and has clearly gained a lot of muscle mass. Therefore, whoever wants to face it must be in that division. Thus, many suggest that he will fight Stipe Miocic, the current champion of that category. Furthermore, at some point it was also rumored that he would cross paths with Brock Lesnar, if he ever returns to UFC. Who will be your opponent?