Jon Jones
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UFC gentle heavyweight kingpin Jon Jones was amongst a gaggle of people that helped save a person’s life on Independence Day.

The very long time UFC champion, Jones (26-1 MMA), assisted in reviving a severely dehydrated particular person they present in a discipline on the July 4th vacation.

‘Bones’ took to Twitter the place he detailed the incident.

“Collectively we stand, hope you guys get pleasure from your Fourth of July!” – Jon Jones initially wrote whereas sharing 4 pictures.

As seen above, one of many pictures showcased Jones treating a person that seemed to be handed out on the bottom. A fan questioned ‘Bones’ as to what was happening in that exact photograph to which he responded.

We discovered this man laying in the midst of a discipline as we speak, he was affected by extreme dehydration. The group truthfully imagine we saved that man’s life. It felt wonderful, these women and men have been heroes on the market as we speak.” – Jon Jones defined.

The reigning UFC gentle heavyweight champion, Jones, went on to disclose that they dragged the person beneath a tree and compelled him to drink about 4 bottles of water. The group additionally equipped the person with a chunk of a hotdog earlier than they left.

One combat fan accused Jon Jones of attempting to color himself a hero, however ‘Bones’ issued an aesthetic response to close that principle down.

“Undoubtedly not attempting to color myself as some hero, I used to be extra proud for my group members to be trustworthy. Among the youthful youngsters bought to be taught some useful classes as we speak.

Jon Jones is at present in a contract dispute with the Final Preventing Championship, this following failed negotiations for a possible super-fight with Francis Ngannou.

‘Bones’ has mentioned that he’s prepared to sit down out as much as three years with a view to get the cash he deserves and lots of fighters have supported his stance towards the promotion.

In his most up-to-date effort at UFC 247, Jon Jones scored a unanimous choice victory over Dominick Reyes to retain his gentle heavyweight title.

This text first appeared on on July 4, 2020