Watch: Jon Jones viciously kicks UFC fan’s leg twice at meet and greet

The showcase of mixed martial arts at the highest level is what sets the UFC apart from any other promotion in the world. Each UFC fighter possesses unique skills, but only a few have brought their abilities to a level that forces every opponent to crumble.

Jon ‘Bones’ Jones, also regarded as the consensus greatest of all time in MMA, achieved the highest levels of success in the sport by brutalizing every opponent presented in front of him with his infinite arsenal of malicious techniques, to a level we haven’t seen from another fighter.

Watch: Jon Jones lands two brutal kicks to UFC fans’ leg

A recent video of Jones surfaced online where he was engaged in a meet and greet with fans. During this interaction, a fan approached and requested to be leg-kicked by the two-division champion, for reasons unknown. As Jones prepared to kick him, the fan asked him to go hard.

Initially, Jones delivered a light kick that still shook the fan out of his stance, but the enthusiast insisted on another. In response, Jones threw a harder kick, visibly causing the fan pain. The fan is then seen limping as he expresses gratitude to Jones. This drew various reactions from the audience, many questioning the fan’s desire to endure such pain from none other than Jon Jones.

Although his guts are commendable, it is most probable that the fan would not wish to have any fighter, especially Jon ‘Bones’ Jones test their strength on him again.

Dana White reveals his plan Jon Jones’ future before retirement

Jon Jones was last seen in March of last year, making his debut at heavyweight, where he returned to the octagon after 3 years and completely destroyed Ciryl Gane by submitting him in the very first round, becoming the new UFC heavyweight champion.

Jones was supposed to defend his title against the regarded greatest heavyweight of all time, Stipe Miocic, in November of the same year. But weeks from the fight, Jones injured his shoulder in training and had to pull out of that card, resulting in the fight to get cancelled.

As a replacement, Tom Aspinall faced Sergei Pavlowich for the interim heavyweight strap on short notice, where he knocked out the Russian to claim victory and simultaneously be in line to fight for the championship next. A bout between Jones and Aspinall has been heavily discussed between fans ever since.

Dana White although, has seemingly laid his plans down for Jones’ return, and expressed his desire for him to face Miocic, who is 41 and still waiting for a second shot at UFC gold, before Aspinall. It appears that Jones will likely make his return later this year to fight Miocic, and the winner of the bout will undoubtedly face Aspinall in a unification match.

The future of the heavyweight division looks nothing but promising and fans all around the world cannot wait to see how it all unfolds.

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