Jon Jones Walkout Song

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If you’ve had any doubts about Jon Jones‘ commitment to heavyweight, forget about them. He’s all in.

On Wednesday, the former UFC light heavyweight champion shared photos on social media highlighting his physical transformation as he prepares to, in his mind, solidify his status as the MMA GOAT.

Let’s just say you’ve never seen him like this (via Twitter):

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250lbs moving like a Jones pic.twitter.com/4SzcpDCEpR

— BONY (@JonnyBones) January 13, 2021

Since relinquishing the UFC light heavyweight title last year, Jones (25-1 MMA, 20-1 UFC) has been hard at work for several months trying to add muscle mass to his lanky frame. Whatever he’s been doing, mission accomplished. He looks ready to fight the biggest and baddest.

Of course, since Jones never has fought while this heavy, it’ll be interesting to see how he performs – which an opponent and date for his heavyweight debut have yet to be determined. Whenever it happens this year, though, Jones says he’s feeling pretty good at the moment.

I feel ready to take on any challenge, this is the first time in my career that I can say that. I finally have the size to be ready for anyone https://t.co/o6L69dwuKf

— BONY (@JonnyBones) January 14, 2021

I feel ready to take on any challenge, this is the first time in my career that I can say that. I finally have the size to be ready for anyone

No I’m not worried about cardio, I hold myself to a very high standard,A light heavyweight standard. Some of these guys may be stronger, but they can’t possibly push as hard as I can. I’ve been able to outwork literally every LHW, i’ll do the same at heavy. It’s called heart https://t.co/xZYvCvA8qQ

— BONY (@JonnyBones) January 14, 2021

No I’m not worried about cardio, I hold myself to a very high standard,A light heavyweight standard. Some of these guys may be stronger, but they can’t possibly push as hard as I can. I’ve been able to outwork literally every LHW, i’ll do the same at heavy. It’s called heart

Can’t wait to see it.

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Jon Jones is the primary reason UFC 232 will take place at The Forum in Inglewood, California this weekend instead of in Las Vegas where the event was originally supposed to be held.

UFC was forced to move the event after Jon Jones (22-1-0, 1NC) failed a drug test with trace amounts (picograms) of a metabolite that was found in his system back in 2017 when he failed a test. They think this was just residual amounts left from 2017 but ESPN’s Brett Okamoto said Nevada still wouldn’t license him because of the failed test.

California will license Jon Jones despite the trace amounts leading to a failed test so UFC scrambled and now UFC 232 is being held at The Forum on Saturday 29. Jones later addressed the failed test in a series of tweets which you can check out on For The Win.

On Christmas, Jon Jones took to Twitter to ask his fans what song he should walk out to at UFC 232 for his fight against Alexander Gustafsson (18-4-0) and fans were quick to roast him with comments about the failed drug test and other things from Jones’ past. Here were the best responses to Jon Jones’ tweet:

You guys got any good song suggestions for my walk out?

— Jon Bones Jones (@JonnyBones) December 25, 2018

We could’ve stopped here but there are just so many good responses.

Cocaine – Eric Clapton

— Wyatt Zieger (@Whyitzeegrr) December 26, 2018

Rehab by amy winehouse

— Anthony Beck (@GiganticUFCfan) December 26, 2018

'the drugs don't work' by the verve.

— Declan Corcoran (@declan_corcoran) December 26, 2018

It’s amazing how like 50% of all music in the world is about drugs.

Because I got high – Afroman

— Big Popz (@Bryan_Dunlop) December 26, 2018

Drugs in my Pocket – The Monks

Scatter slots coin hack. — Shawn-Micheal Smith (@LtlShawnySmith) December 26, 2018

Cocaine Blues – Johnny Cash

— MC 🚀🚀🚀 (@damomc86) December 26, 2018

This answer is way too sensible.

Gotta be California Love no?

— Donny Brook (@GoonKnuckles) December 26, 2018

The Verve – Drugs Don't Work

— Ricky Harries (@RickyHarries) December 26, 2018

This would kill it with the crowd.

Papas got a brand new bag – James brown

— Dusty (@Dustycnelson) December 26, 2018

Shaggy – It wasn’t me

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— Jacob George (@jacobgeorge085) December 26, 2018

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Carrie Underwood has to be the winner, right? There’s really not a better choice than this.

You guys got any good song suggestions for my walk out?

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— Jon Bones Jones (@JonnyBones) December 25, 2018

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I can’t imagine Jon Jones didn’t expect this. He has to have some sense of awareness. But maybe I’m wrong. Maybe he really thought it was a good idea to send out this tweet.