Jon Jones’ Battery Domestic Violence Charge Is Now Dismissed

Jon Jones has now been cleared of every charge that was brought against his name which led to his arrest in September.

The former UFC light heavyweight champ was detained for allegedly assaulting her fiancé Jessie Moses in Las Vegas, resisting arrest and injuring the police vehicle. He was accused of headbutting a police car while being arrested.

The Las Vegas court then ordered him to pay $750 in restitution fee. Jones had pleaded no contest to the vehicle-related charges on Tuesday.

He was later cleared of every charge after he completed anger management counseling, following the court’s orders.

Once Jones was released, he promised a vow to “remove alcohol from his life forever.”

In November, Jones took it to social media to celebrate 60 days of sobriety.

Jones is rated as one of the best MMA stars of all time, courtesy of his win-loss record. He has won 26 showdowns and only lost once in a controversial disqualification against Matt Hamill in 2009.

The 34-year-old became the youngest champion in UFC’s history when he beat Maurício Rua at 23.

He last beat Dominick Reyes in February 2020. Jones has since been out of the picture and currently training to make his heavyweight debut in 2022.

The former champ is likely to face the winner heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou vs interim champion Ciryl Gane fixed for January 22.

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