Jon Jones is looking to turn her life on the right path after some mishaps in life outside the octagon. The boxer claims to have started a new chapter in his life since his recent arrest.
Former UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Jon Jones recently got into trouble with the law after abusing his fiancée. Gladiator was arrested for domestic violence. It is known that Jones’ actions were under the influence of drugs and alcohol.
The warrior after being released vowed not to fall into that trap again and towards a new and better life. In a recent tweet from the boxer, he celebrated for doing well in the “new phase” of his life and staying sober. Jones thanked god for his new “plan” for the boxer.
“’Be sober; Be careful. Your enemy is the devil lurking around like a roaring lion, looking for someone to devour. ‘ My family, my life, my career may have ended after what happened in Las Vegas. But God had other plans for me. 60 days sober and moving on,” Jones wrote on his tweet on Sunday.
Jon Jones is not 60 days sober!
While Jones was celebrating his 60th day of sobriety, the internet was quick to point out that Sunday’s tweet came just 58 days after his arrest in relation to fiancée Jessie Moses in Las Vegas. It was confirmed that Jones was under the influence of alcohol when he was arrested by police in Vegas.
MMA Junkie reporter, Mike Bohn posted a tweet pointing to Jones’ arrest. Daniel Cormier, the biggest enemy in the superstar’s life, heavily criticized Jones for his recent actions and also his past behaviors. The boxer announced that Jones would not quit drinking and would once again make excuses.
After news hit DC’s radar that Jones really had his date wrong, the fighter couldn’t control himself to see the hilarity in it. “It’s hilarious!” Cormier reacts, who has had some ugly incidents with Jones in the past. Jon and DC fought each other at UFC 182 and UFC 214, both times Jones did better than DC.
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