UFC champion Jon "Bones" Jones says he's "truly sorry" for letting down his fans when he was arrested for DUI this past weekend ... saying, "I screwed up, big time."TMZ broke the story ... the… READ MORE >
Jon Bones Jones
Jonathan D. Jones (born July 19, 1987) is an American mixed martial artist. He currently fights as a light heavyweight in the Ultimate Fighting Championship and initially trained with Team BombSquad out of Cortland, New York, then briefly with the Tristar Gym in Montreal, Canada and most recently started training at Jackson's Submission Fighting in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He is described by UFC President Dana White as being one of the top 8 light heavyweight fighters in the world. As of February 2011, Sherdog.com ranks Jones as the #5 light heavyweight fighter in the world. He is noted for having the longest reach in UFC history at 84.5 in (215 cm). Next in line for the light heavy weight title belt Jon 'Bones Jones' debut UFC fight was against Andre Gusmao at UFC 87 on August 9, 2008. Jones took the fight on three weeks notice as a late replacement for Tomasz Drwal. He put on an impressive performance using takedowns and displayed some unorthodox striking, such as spinning elbows.