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Jon Jones hopes to end all doubts about the greatest of all time at UFC 285


LAS VEGAS (AP) — Jon Jones has spent the past three years at his home in Albuquerque, New Mexico, focusing on being with family, hunting and preparing for his big comeback.

He has hired a team to help him prepare for Saturday night when he will step up into the heavyweight division and try to end any doubt – if any – that he is the greatest. fighter in UFC history.

He made that case as a light heavyweight by winning a record 14 title fights and is on a UFC-best 18-game unbeaten streak, giving him a 26-1 record with one unbeaten record. competition. Next up is Frenchman Ciryl Gane, who at 11-1 is the top ranked heavyweight.

A win could also put Jones, 35, back in the conversation for top pound-for-pound fighter, a spot currently held by featherweight Alexander Volkanovski.

“I’m fighting to be the greatest fighter of all time, not to be the best pound for pound right now,” Jones said.

Her fight against Gane for the vacant heavyweight title is the showpiece event of UFC 285. In the best undercard match, women’s flyweight champion Valentina Shevchenko (23-3) of Kyrgyzstan takes on sixth-ranked Alexa Grasso ( 15-3) from Mexico.

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