Greg Jackson Backs UFC Champ Jon Jones, Says ‘He’s Trying to do the Right Thing’


Jon Jones' coach, Greg Jackson, is the latest to publicly throw his support behind the fighter after his arrest for DWI. Jackson says Jones is "trying to do the right thing." Retweet this Share on Facebook • E view original article >>
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