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Dana White Encourages UFC Fighters To Not Praise Jesus After Fights, Jon Jones Did It Anyway


After taking a three-year hiatus from the UFC, Jon Jones won the Heavyweight Championship on Saturday by defeating Ciryl Gane withe ase.

After the fight, Joe Rogan came into the ring and started to ask Jone’s questions about the fight.

Before Jones answered the questions he began the interview by saying “you already know this is coming, first and foremost I would like to give thanks to my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

By praising Jesus in the ring, Jones completely ignored UFC owner Dana White’s request of fighters to not praise Jesus publicly in the ring.

Watch the video here:

Essentially Sports had these details to add:

The newly crowned heavyweight champion was in a good mood following his victory at UFC 285. ‘Bones’ gave the post-fight interview wherein the heavyweight champion thanked the almighty.

Jon Jones during the interview said, “Our lord and savior Jesus Christ… Jesus Christ”. Moreover, the UFC champion said the words in a different style. It appears that Jones spoke like the viral internet video character.

This interview cracked UFC middleweight Israel Adesanya. The former UFC champion, with friends and family, can be seen laughing as Jones gave the interview.

The fans also gave their views on the funny and viral interview. One fan said Jones is referring to a viral video.

Listen to Jones full interview here:


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