Anderson Confronts Jones in NJ

UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Jon Jones had an unexpected visitor during his scheduled meet-and-greet autograph session in New Jersey on Saturday — fellow UFC light heavyweight Corey Anderson.

In a video obtained by ESPN’s Ariel Helwani, Anderson and several of his associates approached Jones and a verbal altercation started.

“I’m going to let you know, bro, if you want to fight, come to fight,” Jones could be heard saying to Anderson. “If you come over here and say anything stupid to me, not a good idea.”

Another video of the incident from an alternate angle and point shows Jones flipping off Anderson and his colleagues as the crowd inside the New Jersey indoor amusement park got into the action.

This isn’t the first time Jones has been confronted at a meet-and-greet appearance. Earlier this year, Jones was in the U.K. when he was confronted by kickboxer Chi-Lewis Parry, a confidante of UFC Heavyweight Champion Daniel Cormier, Jones’ longtime Octagon nemesis.

Chi-Lewis Parry Confronts Jon Jones

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