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Jon Jones MMA LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION

  • Nickname: Bones
  • Hometown: Rochester, NY
  • Height: 6'4"
  • Weight: 205 lbs.
  • MMA Record: 20-1-0
  • Fighting Style: Wrestling, Jiu-jitsu, Muay Thai

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BIO

Team MuscleTech® superstar athlete and reigning UFC light heavyweight champion Jon “Bones” Jones became the youngest UFC champ in history after his third round TKO victory over Mauricio “Shogun” Rua at UFC 128. The Rochester, New York native combines his elite wrestling ability with superior striking skills to dominate his opponents inside the octagon. At 6′4″, “Bones” Jones is a formidable 205 pounder, gifted with freakish genetics highlighted by his astounding 84.5″ reach, and can end the fight in any way he chooses.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • UFC® Light Heavyweight Championship (One time, current)
  • Most successful Light Heavyweight title defenses in UFC® history (7)
  • Most consecutive Light Heavyweight title defenses in UFC® history (7)
  • Third most consecutive title defenses in UFC® history (7)
  • Longest win streak in UFC® Light Heavyweight history (11)
  • Youngest fighter to win a UFC® Championship (23 years old, 242 Days)
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Training & Nutrition

Training Nutrition
Sparring 2x/week (Tuesday & Thursday) Eat 5 times/day:
Breakfast, lunch, dinner, and juices
Training 4x/day w/ varying routines to keep the body stimulated PHASE8™ Vanilla (also included in juices)
Jiu-jitsu in the morning, kickboxing in the afternoon, strength and conditioning in between Breakfast: Protein and carbs – fruits, vegetables, and juices (ginger, kale, cucumbers, beets, carrots, apples)
Strength and conditioning: Cardio, athletic movements, sleds, pushing, pulling, tire slams with hammer  
Studies once/day – Viewing film and preparing mentally for his opponent
Swimming: 2–3 times/week – builds lung capacity (cardio and endurance) – alternating with strength and conditioning
Weekends: Mat work, light but keeping focus

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