Jon Jones reveals after which fight he plans to retire
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Jon Jones vs Stipe Miocic is a fight that many are looking forward to and hope that this fight will happen. Both are great fighters and people who marked an era of the UFC. They know their job well and are big stars. Jon Jones talked about his next challenges and revealed what plans he has for the future.
He put Stipe Miocic in the foreground and revealed what will happen if he wins. “I feel like the Stipe fight will be plenty for me,” Jones said, as quoted by mmafighting.com “I really don’t feel like I have much to prove after beating Stipe Miocic.
I’ve been in the game a long time, and in fighter years, I’m an old guy. I’ve got some small injuries and I just really want to be around — I want to be around for my family, I want to be around for my kids, I want to be able to play with my kids and have a good head on my shoulders, and joints that work.
So yeah, I can see it coming to an end really soon."
Jon Jones vs Francis Ngannou
Jones also talked about other options he has in the plan. Francis Ngannou seems like a great option for him, but it is difficult for him to go to such a fight, given that Ngannou is no longer part of the UFC.
Jones emphasized how important Ngannou is and what a mark he has left. Surely a fight between them would be a real show. “I do believe a Francis Ngannou fight would be worth entertaining not retiring,” Jones explained.
“I think a Francis fight would come with some serious revenue, and that would make it worth my while. Francis is a former champion, he’s pretty damn popular [in the U.S.], and across the world. It would bring in a lot of money, and for that, I’d be willing to come back”.