Coach Mike Winkeljohn of Jon Jones believes his student will maintain his dominance of the heavyweight when he moves to this weight class.

Jon Jones is considered the best underweight fighter in the history of the UFC and has successfully defended the championship 8 times. After a long period of dominating the heavyweight, Jon Jones decided to give up the title and move to the higher division to compete. Recently, the UFC’s youngest champion in history explained the move.

According to Jones, he needed to find a new, more competitive playing environment. Jon Jones’ debut in weight class will be one of the most anticipated events of 2021 for MMA fans. Jones’s coaches are eagerly anticipating their streak will make a successful heavy debut. They believe he has all the skills needed to dominate this weight class.

Jon Jones is waiting for the heavyweight launch date

However, Jones has yet to determine the date of the show and has no competitor to compete with. Currently, the UFC has not announced a match date between champion Stipe Miocic and rival Francis Ngannou. Most likely, Jones will with the winner of the match above.

Coach Mike Winkeljohn, who is in charge of Jones’s striking skills, thinks that getting from under heavy to heavy has a significant difference in weight, with most punchers losing weight to gain weight. more advantages.

The coach of Jon Jones believed his student will dominate in heavyweight

Coach Mike Winkeljohn is following the preparation of Jon Jones

Jones has shown talent in his career when faced with every style of his opponents. His coach believes that the ability to adapt to the ‘Bones’ style to each opponent plays a key role in helping him win.

Maintaining competitive ability is what martial artists always want when they rank up

Recently, Jon Jones regularly publishes photos of physical training. The former champion said he has reached a weight of about 240 pounds, which is quite ideal compared to the heavyweight, and is getting used to getting ready to launch a new one.