“I was chosen by God himself” Jon Jones reveals reason why he believes no-one can ever defeat him

Jon Jones, one of the most ferocious UFC fighters, will make his long-awaited return to the organization on March 4, 2023, at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, where he will compete in the main event of UFC 285 against Cyril Gane.

In a recent interview, Bones talked about his possibilities of losing the upcoming fight and clarified that he is God’s chosen one, so no one will ever be able to defeat him as the individual has to fight against the God Jones serves.

“Absolutely not. I really believe in my whole heart that I was chosen by God Himself to be an undefeated fighter. I really believe that with my whole spirit and my whole being. So not only do you have beat me, but you have to beat the God I serve.”

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So, there is no possibility of losing the upcoming UFC heavyweight title bout, as Jones believes that he was designed to remain undefeated.

“I don’t believe that I was designed to lose. I may have close fights, but I truly don’t believe it’s possible for me to lose.”

In the same interview, Jones also stated that he fully supports Francis Ngannou because he is fighting for what he deserves and expressed his desire to fight the Cameroonian fighter because he believes that the UFC president knows how to fulfill the wishes of the fans.

“And I do believe my path will cross with Francis. Dana White always gives the fans what they want to see, and a Jon Jones-Francis Ngannou fight will always be a fight of interest. So, I’m not counting it out. I’ll keep an eye on Francis.”

UFC 270: Ngannou vs Gane Results + Full Fight Video Highlights
Francis Ngannou of Cameroon and Ciryl Gane of France traded punches in their UFC heavyweight championship fight during the UFC 270 event at Honda Center on January 22, 2022, in Anaheim, California. (Credits: Getty Images)

However, Jon Jones appeared 28 times in the octagon, defeated his opponent 26 times, and lost once in his professional MMA career, and currently this 35-year-old is on a 17-fight winning streak.

Saifullah Nayem

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Business undergrad and has been a culer since childhood, currently working as a combat sportswriter at SportsZion. Aside from sports, he is passionate about marketing and business-related activities.


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