UFC Heavyweight Champion Jon Jones Breaks Silence On Missing UFC 295 Against Stipe Miocic

Jon Jones, the renowned UFC heavyweight champion, was slated to headline UFC 295 at Madison Square Garden against former UFC heavyweight champ Stipe Miocic. However, just 20 days before the event, Jones faced a setback during training, injuring his pec while sparring wrestling at his gym. The injury required surgery, forcing Jones to withdraw from the event and putting him out of competition for at least eight months.

Jones’ Reaction on Twitter

"Discover why Jon Jones had to withdraw from UFC 295, his response to the setback, and a glimpse into his illustrious UFC career with 23 memorable fights."

Expressing his gratitude, Jones took to Twitter to share his thoughts on missing the fight. Despite the disappointment, he emphasized his appreciation for the life he has been allowed to live. In his tweet, Jones said, “God is good when I’m winning world championships, God is also good when I miss out on nights like last night sitting on the sideline injured. I’m just grateful for this life he’s allowed me to live. Blinders on, thank you, Jesus.”

Acknowledging Aspinall’s Victory

In addition to addressing his own situation, Jones congratulated Tom Aspinall for his impressive first-round knockout victory. Aspinall, who secured the interim heavyweight championship belt, even called out Jones for a potential dream match.

A Look Back at Jon Jones’ UFC Journey

Dominance in the Octagon

Jon Jones is widely regarded as the best mixed martial artist globally, boasting a remarkable career in the UFC. Making his debut in 2008, Jones quickly rose to prominence, becoming the youngest champion in UFC history at the age of 23. With two championship titles in different weight classes and numerous records, Jones has solidified his legacy as one of the sport’s all-time greats.

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