Arm in a Sling, Jon Jones Needs to Embrace Jiu-Jitsu (UFC 152 Video)


Jon Jones UFC 87Despite fighting his way out of a fully extended Vitor Belfort armbar at UFC 152, light heavyweight champion Jon Jones knows he’s still got some work to do.

Whether he’s regarded as one of the top fighters on the planet or not, Jones – hoping against hope that there is no nerve damage in his arm – doesn’t want to find himself in that situation again and knows what he has to do to try and avoid it.

“I think it was a good performance, but there was definitely a lot of room to improve,” said the champ after the fight. “I just gotta get more comfortable in the Octagon. I worked so hard on my stand-up and so hard on my wrestling, I definitely need to embrace jiu-jitsu more.”

Jones talked about this and a whole lot more in his UFC 152 post-fight comments. Check it out…

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