Jon Jones is an American Professional MMA Fighter. Jon Jones Net Worth according to the 2022 updates is around $3 Million. Explore more about Jon Jones’s earning, income, salary, career and other details. His yearly income 0.3 million and monthly income 25,000.
Jon Jones Full name Jonathan Dwight Jones. His nick Name was Jon Jones. Jon Jones now 35 Years old .
Jon Jones Father Tyrone and His Mother Anita.
Jon Jones Spouse was Jessie Moses. He has three child.
He was born in 19 July 1987 in Rochester, New York, United State of America.
Jon Jones complete his graduation. Here are the best highlights of Jon Jones’s Career
Jones started his early career as a high school champion in wrestling, and he also played football, where his football coach gave him the nickname “Bones”. He made his professional MMA debut in 2008, later on, that year he signed with UFC.
He made his first debut in UFC where he amassed an undefeated record of 6-0 over a period of three months, he won all of his matches. Jones’ success started to give him all of the attention from the UFC and Jones got offered to fight as a late replacement on two weeks notice.
Jones and Moises Gayben fought, resulting in Jones defeating him and winning the light heavyweight championship. People expected Jones to defend his title against Anthony Johnson, however, instead of defending it, he lost his belt and got suspended with a hit and run incident.
In January 2015 Cormier replaced Jones and went on to defeat Anthony Johnson to become the new heavyweight champion.
Jones started his training out of Cortland in New York. In 2016 Jones returned to his MMA career. He won a match against Ovince Saint Preux in the main event of UFC 197. He won an interim 205 pound during that progress.
In September 2017 Jones won over Cormier, but it was changed to a “no contest”, and Jones was once again stripped of his belt. UFC announced Cormier as the 205-pound champion.
Here are some of the best highlights of Jon Bones Jones’ career:
- Sherdog Breakthrough (Fighter of the Year, 2009)
- FIGHT! Magazine (Newcomer of the Year, 2009)
- World MMA Awards (Fighter of the Year, 2011, 2012)
- Spike Guys Choice Award (Most Dangerous Man, 2011)
- ESPN.com MMA Awards (Fighter of the Year, 2011)
- Yahoo! (Sports Fight of the Year, 2013)
- Fight of the Night- UFC Bonus Award (2011, 2013, 2015)