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Jon Jones Shows Off New 240-Pound Physique Ahead Of UFC Heavyweight Debut

Jon Jones Shows Off New 240-Pound Physique Ahead Of UFC Heavyweight Debut

Jon Jones has shown off his new and incredible 240lbs physique ahead of his highly-anticipated UFC heavyweight debut.

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Jones, 33, is eyeing a move to the heavyweight division after relinquishing his UFC light-heavyweight title.

And 'Bones' looks in phenomenal shape - perhaps the biggest he's ever been during his professional MMA career.

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Image: Jon Jones/Instagram
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Image: Jon Jones/Instagram
Image: Jon Jones/Instagram

He took to social media to reveal the stunning results from his remarkable body transformation.

The UFC legend posted an image of himself on Instagram, accompanied with the caption: "240lbs never felt so good, should be ready in the next few months #AndTheNew."

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Jones hasn't fought since February when he controversially outpointed Dominick Reyes at UFC 247.

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He's since vacated his UFC light-heavyweight title as he seeks to cement his legacy by winning the UFC heavyweight championship.

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And he's gunning for a fight against the current UFC heavyweight king Stipe Miocic despite Israel Adesanya's call out.

"Outside of a gigantic payday, he does nothing for me," Jones wrote on Twitter.

"Anderson (Silva) was the man to beat in that weight class, not him.

"The next biggest legacy move for me is Stipe and I want all the smoke.

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"Fighting guys like Jan and Izzy does nothing for my legacy, winning the Heavyweight belt is the only thing that can bring me any higher than I already am."

Jones, however, may have to wait for a shot at UFC heavyweight gold with Miocic set to defend his strap against No.1 contender Francis Ngannou early next year.

Will he become a two-weight UFC champion in 2021? Let us know what you think.

Featured Image Credit: PA/Jon Jones

Topics: Jon Jones, Stipe Miocic, UFC News, Fight News, UFC

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