Jon Jones - Bones (Original Bored Film Documentary)

2021 ж. 6 Қаң.
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  • Never really bothered with watching UFC but this documentary is something special!

    j jj j2 жыл бұрын
    • @DeadShot!😊

      Tuan Anh NGUYENTuan Anh NGUYEN6 күн бұрын
    • @DeadShot!😊

      Tuan Anh NGUYENTuan Anh NGUYEN6 күн бұрын
    • Honest? Lol are you a fan now. Strange

      MadwokeidiotMadwokeidiot17 күн бұрын
    • Opo😮😮😮f zy

      Scott CurtisScott Curtis22 күн бұрын
    • @Reggie smoka sorry for the late reply bro. Appreciate your reply, gives some info for me to decide, rather than everyone either being a blind fan boy or a hater

      j jj j23 күн бұрын
  • Let's be real- this guy is likely the most dangerous man that's ever lived. Edit- Jones is the most dangerous man to have ever lived without weapons. If he moves to heavyweight and wins then i think that only cements this.

    P K 123P K 123 Жыл бұрын
    • @REV THA DON kabib fought a bunch of first debut nobodies

      ThanosLubeThanosLube10 күн бұрын
    • Not more than mike Tyson tho but he’s up there for sure

      The most doubtedThe most doubted17 күн бұрын
    • Jones is the best fighter ever hands down. Literally can beat you to death, after that the Rush St. Pierre

      ickoriya marrsickoriya marrs19 күн бұрын
    • @@googleuser569 You might want to check out the history of the early ufcs. The promotion was in bed with the Gracies, They changed the rules to give him an advantage. Granted, he still won, but there were some shady moves. It was all done to promote BJJ so they could start gyms all over the place.

      Emory HolleyEmory Holley19 күн бұрын
    • @@user-gf1iy1vc9l Damn, you're right! Recency bias in full effect. lol. Really tough to pick which one of those 2 would be the greatest but I do believe it's 1 of those 2.

      Emory HolleyEmory Holley19 күн бұрын
  • The beating Jon gave shogun was the most brutal beating I’ve ever seen. It felt like he could have ended the fight any second but wanted to torture him hitting him with everything in the book. Also can’t believe he did not include the glover fight that was one of his most impressive wins.

    Mitchell KimballMitchell Kimball2 ай бұрын
    • @Breaux Dose he's just an ignorant hater fuck em

      Justin HoningerJustin Honinger9 күн бұрын
    • @KZworld User knee to head is illegal not body

      Breaux DoseBreaux Dose11 күн бұрын
    • Yes that was hard to watch i love shogun, but John straight walked through him. Wasn't a bit competitive

      johnny walkerjohnny walker16 күн бұрын
    • @KZworld User ? You can knee to the body on the ground, that has always been the rule, and is still the rule today.

      TogairuTogairu17 күн бұрын
    • Jones would of lost the shogun fight by todays standards, he knees him twice while shogun was grounded.

      YouTube UserYouTube User18 күн бұрын
  • I almost feel like I'm stealing watching your documentaries for free. Very spectacular you deserve an Oscar!

    Michael BarlowskiMichael BarlowskiАй бұрын
    • @RaveN. ya 10 mill views is money don worry Michael this channel is strait chillin

      The Fresh GingerThe Fresh Ginger14 күн бұрын
    • ahhaa how he gets paid bc you watched it? ahahaa

      RaveN.RaveN.Ай бұрын
  • You ca love him, you can hate him, but he is the best fighter ever. Natural talent, great on his feet, even better on ground, he had no weak spot. A true MMA champion.

    fegasdfegasdАй бұрын
    • Has. He has no weak spot.

      LammasLammasАй бұрын
  • Nobody will ever beat Jon and nobody will ever come close to being as dominant for as long as him he’s the jordan of mma

    MuphManglerMuphManglerАй бұрын
    • @Maximal Säkerhet definitely could have gone either way, was a very close fight

      TonsTons4 күн бұрын
    • @Bad JuJuBeans It really couldn't have gone either way. It's one of the most blatant robberies in UFC history. Rewatch the fight again. Reyes clearly won the first three rounds, no doubt about it. If you're really in doubt watch The Weasle's breakdown of it as well.

      Maximal SäkerhetMaximal Säkerhet5 күн бұрын
    • He arguably lost his right with Reyes. It could've gone either way. In my honest opinion I expected it to be a draw. And it may have been,( which if you've watched long enough, you know judges typically lean towards the champ in those situations) yes Jon won, but Reyes pushed him, and Jones' drive and dominance that he was known for, was nowhere to be seen in that fight.

      Bad JuJuBeansBad JuJuBeans9 күн бұрын
    • @synnc did you actually watch the same fight? :DD

      Lukas PabilionisLukas Pabilionis23 күн бұрын
    • @eyes'n'apples they are fighting. And I think you’ll be surprised, I’m not trying to insult but u must not be old enough to have seen jon jones really run through the best of the best for over a decade and never come close to losing(vitor’s armbar doesn’t count lol)

      MuphManglerMuphMangler25 күн бұрын
  • I'm not a Jones fan I honestly don't like him but I am an MMA fan and he's just the best ever to do it. It's a shame he's lost time in his prime do to his issues. No one stays young forever and it's a shame to not see him have a career like Anderson Silva who just stayed in top so long. Hope he's got more left in the tank.

    Darth SmokerDarth SmokerАй бұрын
    • bro the quote the only one that can defeat me is me is so true in this case. His last few fights have been lackluster but this is what is hate people just forget how fkin dominant he was. He is the GOAT in my books and nobody could change my opinion

      Ayush ThapaAyush Thapa11 күн бұрын
  • he made the champion of light heavyweight tap via hitting him relentlessly. just brutal

    Mr.AbsoluteMr.AbsoluteАй бұрын
  • Felt I should have paid for this video, well done, thank you

    phil gphil gАй бұрын
  • Doing coke, partying one week, smashing people in the ring the week after. Thats GOAT stuff

    Steef VanBurenSteef VanBurenАй бұрын
    • @eyes'n'apples nahhhhh lol

      WM_ 96WM_ 969 күн бұрын
    • @eyes'n'apples why does he have to be great outside of UFC if it's abt being the goat INSIDE UFC😭

      LazyLazy14 күн бұрын
    • @eyes'n'apples The hell does civil rights have to do with competitive sports? The man is good at what he does, whatever he does in his personal life (good or bad) is his own prerogative.

      Johnny PR - NYCJohnny PR - NYC17 күн бұрын
    • @eyes'n'apples Agreed

      Panda Eats PantPanda Eats Pant19 күн бұрын
    • That’s not GOAT stuff. GOAT stuff is fighting for civil right while being the baddest man on the planet, like Ali or Louis did. It’s being the best while standing up for something bigger than yourself. Jon Jones is a great fighter, but he won’t ever be a GOAT in my eyes

      eyes'n'appleseyes'n'apples25 күн бұрын
  • 20:09 That guy trying to hold back Jones is a good representation of how my life's going right about now.

    Maggot the MadmanMaggot the MadmanАй бұрын
    • very underrated comment

      A.b.s9696A.b.s969624 күн бұрын
    • You feeling overwhelmed? I've been in a year long court battle now with a neighbor that's been harassing me since 10-31-21. He's filed over 40 police reports against me, most of them based on lies, and he keeps on going. He leaves his dog feces on my sidewalk and once he even left a huge bag of feces in my trash can. He physically attacked me on 1-2-22 and has never answered for it. He's gotten me arrested 3 times already. 2 for accidentally violating the restraining order he put on me after he kicked me. That same day he kicked me, he called the police to say I harassed him. The Judge at Chatsworth Courthouse always seems to favor him and always rules against me. Now the D.A. is prosecuting me. They issued a warrant for me and that was my 3rd arrest on 10-8-22. Now I have to try to finish writing all the evidence in my defense against him. But he keeps sending the police to my house to arrest me. I don't feel safe in my own home so I always leave and spend time away from home. My preliminary hearing's 1-25-23. I can't afford a lawyer. That's a big reason why this has gone on so long. Never underestimate what lies can do in the legal system. 90% of his testimony in the 1st hearings was lies. But Judge Arian in Chatsworth believes him and not me. It's baffling. At least the preliminary hearing's in Van Nuys and it's a different judge. Judge Samuels, and it's a woman. My public defender's pretty good but he's so busy with 50 cases I barely talk to him. So now I just keep writing, hoping to finish in time. And hoping for the best. In life there are no guarantees. Good doesn't always triumph over evil. But I'm gonna do my best to hold back this monster. Whether I'm found innocent or guilty. I'll continue to spread the word about this psychopath. In or out of jail. Because the Truth will set me free. If not literally, then figuratively. If you read this whole thing, thank you for allowing me to vent. How does this compare with what you're up against? Never give up, my friend. Hang in there. Whatever doesn't kill you makes you Stronger. TRUTH. From The Cheap Bastards :)

      CUStudioFilms & The Cheap BastardsCUStudioFilms & The Cheap Bastards26 күн бұрын
  • Great work man! The storyline is excellent.

    Good Man Wellness & CoachingGood Man Wellness & CoachingАй бұрын
  • mike tyson said it best "some people cant handle gods gift" jon could have been even more dominant and broke every record in the ufc if he was a little bit disciplined but still one of the best fighters and as far as talent is the best ever

    Kareem ElrefaayKareem ElrefaayАй бұрын
  • This was and Jon is incredible.

    Gerardi2000Gerardi2000Ай бұрын
  • This dude is a talent man! Get out of your head Mr. Jones.

    LetitGo lazziterLetitGo lazziterАй бұрын
  • If I learned one thing from this documentary is that I gotta practise my elbows!!

    lorenzlorenzАй бұрын
  • First time I ever saw Jon Jones fight was his prelim against Stephan Bonnar. I instantly became a fan. I knew he was built for greatness

    Critical BillCritical BillАй бұрын
  • I'll never forget Jon Jones when he was on the come up. My dad and I didn't really have a lot in common or spend a lot of time together when I was growing up. One thing we bonded over was our love for UFC, Boxing and other combat sports. I was a really good amateur boxer and he was a very good wrestler in his day so we both liked the UFC and Boxing. We would bet $20 a fight normally and we'd order the PPV and order Pizza for dinner. Such great memories cause I didn't spend a whole lot of time with him in those days. I remember my dad doubting Jon Jones, I took him against I believe it was Ryan Bader. My dad took Bader and lost. Next fight against Shogun he bet me again and I won. Next fight against Rampage Jackson my dad was all-in on Rampage and bet me $50 and I won that one too. He was even more convinced that Machida was going to beat him but I told him "Dad stop betting against him, I don't want to keep taking your money just admit that he's amazing and he's going to become the champion" and sure enough he did. Finally after how dominating he was against Machida and Belfort he admitted that he was wrong and that Jon Jones was the real deal. Really unfortunate what happened to his career and all the issues outside of the octagon but inside of it, I don't think there has been a more dominant fighter than him.

    Brandon CBrandon C4 ай бұрын
    • What an wholesome comment section, nothing but love guys.

      vachan shanvachan shanАй бұрын
    • @Mark 👏🏾, great men in this comment section.

      Jude AmuntaJude Amunta2 ай бұрын
    • Same. Bonded with my father via watching UFC. Not much a relationship otherwise. He died of cancer in 2010. I miss watching the fights with him or taking him to the occasional movie during his final year.

      MarkMark3 ай бұрын
    • great story, reminds me of my pop an myself. you are right my friend i agree, there has never been a more dominant fighter, in any combat sport which is saying a whole lot. jon is a blessing for us cause were all alive at the same time, an get to see an enjoy something people can get 10 life times an not see. p.s. look at the real frank dukes an his greatness, an even he had his bad day by a simple, low side right kick to his head, as he attacked his opponent legs, with a bit of a leg slide. it was out of character for him but he knew to be careful of his opponents right leg kick, a french guy, not very big etc.. but just timed a perfect quick but accurate/blink an you will miss it low side kick to dukes head. knock out!!!! you can def find the footage, its low quality 1970s work and takes place on a mat, that's it plus its not a moment they want to emphasize for frank dukes. but even as good as he was IT HAPPENED... another reason people should take a long look at jones.

      paul careypaul carey3 ай бұрын
    • Great memories u have/had with ur dad 👍

      Kash MungKash Mung4 ай бұрын
  • There are great fighters and then there are God gifted fighters.

    Quantum OptimistQuantum Optimist2 ай бұрын
    • His fight IQ is what makes him special not necessarily his build

      Crazy PatoCrazy Pato10 күн бұрын
    • @The Sith Code Fedor Emelianenko and Igor Vovchanchyn are just two. But I like a lot of Mui Thai fighters like Ramon Dekkers and Buakaw Banchamek. And I'm a Native American from Toronto. I originally got into Martial Arts after watching Bloodsport starring Jean-Claude Van Damme who played the part of a the real life and very controversial character by the name of Frank Dux. Whether he's a fraud or not, the movie inspired me None the less. That and kickboxer. King of the kick boxer. Karate Kid. Yeah, I was never really into Bruce Lee. Telling the truth is Hating ? Kids! You're a Beta male. You think with your emotion. I think with my brain and come with the facts. He's been cheating multiple times. He's probably been cheating his entire career. And Alexander Gustafsson beat him in my opinion. John Jones should've been out long time ago and Banned for life. DC is the Champ in my books. And a much better person. People like John Jones give the sport a bad name. Ufc has become a 3 ring circus. You like WWE too? Lol

      RABBIT HOLERABBIT HOLEАй бұрын
    • @RABBIT HOLE Again, who is your fav fighter ? Don't answer me actually, your fav shithole nobody will get destroyed by Jon anyway. So why bother hating? Estrogen soyboys and their lack of common sense is beyond mind boggling.

      The Sith CodeThe Sith CodeАй бұрын
    • @Devin Parks Again. Facts are Hate? Lol

      RABBIT HOLERABBIT HOLEАй бұрын
    • @INDRID COLD You can't say that until they actually get caught. Jones has been caught multiple times but people continue to put him on a pedestal. He's a lowlife peace of shit. You get caught cheating like that and you should be out. Career done.

      RABBIT HOLERABBIT HOLEАй бұрын
  • I can't believe I watched this documentary for FREE!!

    Marco PaculanMarco PaculanАй бұрын
  • I like that the ufc held him accountable for the hit and run. Good on them. And good for Jones to have the consequences to realize

    NicholasNicholasАй бұрын
  • Can you imagine being bounced out of a club by Jon Jones, and you actually give him static. Oh, the poor souls.

    WarOnGodWarOnGodАй бұрын
    • If u got coke u Gucci

      Deadly SpongeDeadly SpongeАй бұрын
  • Awesome documentary 😍 Bones is realy born for this stuff he’s a natural born K…a !! Nobody can top this way of dominance in this sport !

    Calo KentCalo Kent2 ай бұрын
    • hey bro its me lol

      DoonsidesDoonsides2 ай бұрын
  • One thing that deeply impresses me about Bones is how can a fighter with wrestling background can be such an awesome striker and kicker...

    everosfpeverosfp4 ай бұрын
    • @Jose Rivera you calling someone casual is cringey af.

      WhoCaresWhoCaresАй бұрын
    • A lot of kickboxing is based on natural ability, that’s why you have kickboxers with less than a year in a gym who come in to fights and destroy guys with 5+ years of training. Training doesn’t always overcome natural ability, especially in kickboxing, where so much is based on reaction, IQ and instinct

      Tyler LoveTyler LoveАй бұрын
    • @Mighty_Peach27 Lethwei is better

      Abby The Hound DogAbby The Hound Dog2 ай бұрын
    • @Unbias spoken like the ultimate casual...

      Abby The Hound DogAbby The Hound Dog2 ай бұрын
    • @Cyrus Khalvati its not the same been able to learn the proper techique to actually use it when its time to and to be able to use it in that creative way its just crazy for the amount of time he had no way you are using properly all of that in 1 years theres just no way in just 1 or 2 years 2 h a day you know when to or not to, the exact place, the rigth timing etc, of that big set of striking skills jon have

      Andrixus 287Andrixus 2872 ай бұрын
  • Jon Jones being far from perfect makes him perfect

    Dylan Benjamin WalterDylan Benjamin Walter2 ай бұрын
  • That man is a legend ❤️🇲🇦

    El Mehdi El hammouriEl Mehdi El hammouriАй бұрын
  • Jones is the epitome of the saying "The only one who can beat me, Is ME".

    Lorist NortonLorist Norton Жыл бұрын
    • And Chael Sonnen. Only man to remove a champion's toe in the octagon.

      SoonerStinger GT RWDSoonerStinger GT RWD3 ай бұрын
    • Yes and if you have not struggled with addiction and self-esteem issues then you really wouldn’t know what he’s going through. I see all kind of people ragging him. but he’s my favorite . We have a watched his ups and downs . He’s not the perfect image of a champion like Khabib. And that makes him all the more fascinating.

      mark ostrowskimark ostrowski3 ай бұрын
    • Still the GOAT.

      Bushybrow_SenseiBushybrow_Sensei3 ай бұрын
    • @ThatGuyNamedFlash khabib the guy with 3 title defenses?, who's best win was a washed up mcgregor who had been away for 2 years?. Not to mention him beating on tomato cans for a large part of his early career , one of the most stat padded careers ever while also being a weight bully who only fought strikers and never fought a great wrestler, that's your goat?

      Jose RiveraJose Rivera3 ай бұрын
    • Jones is the epitome of the saying "you can never get too comfortable, even if you're the best" and I'm sure he learned

      Will_CashgrowWill_Cashgrow4 ай бұрын
  • Literally no one can beat him inside the octagon.

    Gladdenson OmañaGladdenson Omaña2 ай бұрын
    • @Abir Rzaev 🤡

      s bin hates mes bin hates me24 күн бұрын
    • @Abir Rzaev i am a khabib fan but how you can really think is khabib can beat jon?

      Abed KhalidAbed Khalid27 күн бұрын
    • @Abir Rzaev Khabib too small for jones.. He will gonna eat Jone's Punches and kicks before he can come closer.

      Gladdenson OmañaGladdenson OmañaАй бұрын
    • @Romeo Shakwa yeah, but not good enough to beat Bones Jones.

      Gladdenson OmañaGladdenson OmañaАй бұрын
    • He proved the saying "the only man who can beat me is ME"

      John DelacruzJohn DelacruzАй бұрын
  • He definitely might be the best to ever do it. But I do genuinely feel like he lost that Reyes fight.

    MaticulexMaticulexАй бұрын
  • Jon Jones is the baddest man that ever stepped in the Octagon and the GOAT when we talk about combat sports in general. His agility , viciousness, strength , technique and versatility(wrestling,striking,elbows,kicking) combined together is uncompetitive ! The most completed fighter this world has ever seen !

    Αντρέας ΤεϊτιδηςΑντρέας Τεϊτιδης2 ай бұрын
    • Motherfcker was born and built to fight

      John DelacruzJohn DelacruzАй бұрын
  • Yoo this commentary is fkn og documentary style love it fkn killed this documentary should be hired from @ufc

    Vincent SundayVincent SundayАй бұрын
  • “A true story of no one can defeat him but himself” such a great quote, and Jones is the epitome of that quote.

    Oudom HOudom H2 жыл бұрын
    • @Russ Cry us a river some more??

      Superman PrimeSuperman Prime Жыл бұрын
    • ​@Tony Maldonado So were his opponents Stpehn bonor, Ryan bader, Machida, Rashad evans, Vitor Belfort, Shogan Rua, Chael Sonnen. The dude fought in a steroid filled era

      bob bobbob bob2 жыл бұрын
    • @auto blipper Santos no but reyes won but it's not as if legends don't lose GSP got knocked out by Matt sera and Beat by jonny hendricks

      bob bobbob bob2 жыл бұрын
    • @Luan Kalaidjian Reyes lost get over it

      king jujuking juju2 жыл бұрын
    • @Eric Graham 3rd time out of how many? 5?

      GeorgeGeorge2 жыл бұрын
  • Nobody will ever beat Jon and nobody will ever come close to being as dominant for as long as him he’s the jordan of mma

    MuphManglerMuphManglerАй бұрын
    • @John Delacruz Imo he doesn’t have to fight anymore and he’s still the goat. But yea you’re right if he can beat Francis the debate is over fasho

      MuphManglerMuphManglerАй бұрын
    • I think ngannou will be the last. Beating him will make the goat debate over

      John DelacruzJohn DelacruzАй бұрын
  • Very well done 👍

    May HMay HАй бұрын
  • Never really liked him, but he single handedly closed down every single UFC legend the division has ever had to offer from then till now. That calls for respect.

    DisruptedableDisruptedable4 ай бұрын
    • and that was the most stacked division at the time

      Mauro MemberereMauro Memberere3 ай бұрын
  • ait man is a living legend but he never competed against no chechenian guys set him up against them.. thats another level.

    Jacob MajewskyJacob Majewsky2 ай бұрын
  • Dude... either ESPN can’t afford you, or you’re making more money from KZworld. This literally deserves the up most respect, hands down one of the greatest documentaries ever put together.

    Abdi MohamedAbdi Mohamed2 жыл бұрын
    • Arent those two the same?

      Potato_Boy124Potato_Boy12418 күн бұрын
    • Jus have to be a 33rd degree mason

      Summa 5HunnitSumma 5Hunnit20 күн бұрын
    • up most. haha.

      anomander rakeanomander rakeАй бұрын
    • @Not Hydropump greatness has not yet been released Nicely written.

      Talyn FormanTalyn FormanАй бұрын
    • Facts. All of his are this good. Dude really should be doing the 30for30’s on ESPN

      bradley foremanbradley foremanАй бұрын
  • The way that jones spinned cormier around with that leg kick after having his all dizzy from being rocked was brilliant! Love him or hate him he’s one of the greatest, Colby was right about him being an asshole though……something that Colby’s enemies have in common

    lollol2 ай бұрын
    • Jus some Fax, for ya!

      lollol2 ай бұрын
  • Idgaf what anyone says. To dominate people the way he did at 21-23 is just unreal, and then to sustain it. The real GOAT of the sport.

    dylan mdylan m3 ай бұрын
    • Astro fan obviously this dude could care less about cheating

      Bong 2 DomeBong 2 Dome2 ай бұрын
  • The REAL FN GOAT

    Paul ObrienPaul ObrienАй бұрын
  • Excellent documentary

    Captains vLogsCaptains vLogs2 ай бұрын
  • Bring me back to the old days of UFC where fighters could have their own sponsors. This Reebok deal is fucking communism!

    Steef VanBurenSteef VanBurenАй бұрын
  • I cannot explain how pumped I am to not only see the return of Bones to go straight for the belt - Jones vs Ngannou will be one of the most legendary Heavyweight bouts in MMA history!

    StoneStone2 ай бұрын
    • If he wins that fight then the debate is over. Hes literally the goat.

      John DelacruzJohn DelacruzАй бұрын
    • @Doonsides you know the Sovietbob69 alias do ya? damn who is this? haha!

      StoneStoneАй бұрын
    • hey soviet its me bro :D

      DoonsidesDoonsidesАй бұрын
  • His long layoffs arguably lends to his legendary status. He comes back and seemingly has zero rust to straight up pummel top fighters like clockwork. Just unreal skills and adaptation to any situation

    Descartes, ReneDescartes, Rene2 ай бұрын
  • This Guy awesome .brutal

    Daniel HowellDaniel HowellАй бұрын
  • Jon Jones fights like every man dreams they could.

    markyncolemarkyncole Жыл бұрын
    • @Kykise I was thinking this too

      Anthony CalderonAnthony Calderon2 ай бұрын
    • The vast majority of men live quiet lives of desperation!

      J. M.J. M.2 ай бұрын
    • @cogen651 Bruh this whole thread is filled with deepthroaters who disregard the fact that he's a scumbag woman beating criminal who happens to look good in the octagon. Shit is as cringy as people swooning over Jackson knowing he diddled kids and got away with it cuz he's famous. Y'all smoothbrains need to look past fame and into someone's character, and Jon Jones has none.

      Dylan CorwinDylan Corwin4 ай бұрын
    • Nope!

      Kings DreamKings Dream4 ай бұрын
    • @Zeppelin for street fight, strength of Jone Jones is more than enough to knockout everybody

      Elzar ShakulovElzar Shakulov4 ай бұрын
  • Jon jones saying “fair and square” 😂

    rush1106themanrush1106themanАй бұрын
  • That willow clip was a thing of beauty.

    Fresh favoritesFresh favoritesАй бұрын
  • this is so motivating

    Archie OrtallaArchie Ortalla2 ай бұрын
    • i love you

      DoonsidesDoonsidesАй бұрын
    • hehe sup archieortalla6645 whatup dude

      DoonsidesDoonsides2 ай бұрын
  • How to become the goat of your class..never loose

    River HoundRiver HoundАй бұрын
  • His takedowns. His strikes, Submissions, His ground and pound has a level of violence to it that you just don't see from alotta other fighters. Lethal violence.

    johnnycangjohnnycang4 ай бұрын
  • This is a good documentary, the slow motion in the important punches, the light story at the right moment, not too deep. Wish I can see more from whomever uploaded this.

    DavidJ HernandezDavidJ Hernandez4 ай бұрын
    • I have a whole channel, you can see more.

      Joseph VincentJoseph Vincent4 ай бұрын
  • I’m convinced Jon Jones is the reincarnation of some ancient elite level gladiator. Dude just has that pristine killer instinct and fight IQ.

    FrøstFrøstКүн бұрын
  • When you think a crackhead is the best to ever do it, you might be watching the wrong sport 😳🤣

    Chuck DaVinciChuck DaVinciАй бұрын
  • The way Jones played with his food while fighting Shogun was unfathomable.... To this day, he was the most dominant fighter.

    Brent W. MurphyBrent W. Murphy4 ай бұрын
  • 💗G.O.A.T 💗

    ADAMIS PALESTADAMIS PALESTАй бұрын
  • Loved this and your voice is perfect for all sports content. Can you now do one for Anthony "Rumble" Johnson please. "R.I.P ANTHONY JOHNSON" May your Legacy have the Up Most respect and thank you for what you've showed us in the world of MMA

    Brian ThongkhamBrian Thongkham2 ай бұрын
  • My favorite fighter since he first stepped in the octagon. Remember seeing him at a local show in MA before the UFC when he was with B0mbsquadd NY, he was the talk of the crowd and you could just feel his presence. What he did to some of these guys is true greatness. Watching Rashard Evans come out the gate and looking absolutely petrified is the perfect some up to how his Opponents felt.

    rryyccon22rryyccon2228 күн бұрын
  • His build is insane. The height, length, and still dense lean muscle is insane. Always blows my mind

    The best of YouTube Playlist.The best of YouTube Playlist. Жыл бұрын
    • @RAH STOONEY dude wouldn't have been nearly as dominate if he wasn't juiced to the brim

      Bong 2 DomeBong 2 Dome2 ай бұрын
    • @pforpen STG you said in a room together, if your saying that your saying a strewt fight. Theres no way you just said a 155 lb fighter whos a wrestler could win in a street fight against a 220 lb man with a 84 inch reach that knows jeet kune do with techniques like eye poking that can cause you seriousdamage. Street fighting theres no wrestling dumbass you will get killed and get hitin the back of the head by another great striker

      CaninenaveroCaninenavero2 ай бұрын
    • It's great but put khabib and jon jones in a room together when they are both in there 50s and I bet you khabib would be 100% more healthier than jon jones so that's really the greatest of all time

      pforpen STGpforpen STG2 ай бұрын
    • He like a fighting KD 🤣

      ayeSkinnyManeayeSkinnyMane2 ай бұрын
    • That I definitely agree with it's insane but real 💯

      Toa KasiToa Kasi4 ай бұрын
  • This is a top tier documentary. Put together so well 👏👏

    Ffllf45Ffllf45Ай бұрын
  • Look how the dude fights. Jon uses everything in his arsenal to dismantle opponents. It really is like watching art when you watch JBJ.

    JackiwiJackiwiАй бұрын
  • This guy looks like one of the greatest striker of all time, and his foundation is grappling. Add to that a killer instinct and top tier athleticism…scary.

    TW HowlTW Howl4 ай бұрын
  • 15:46 man thats devastating imagine knowing your body is done, you can't go on, and here comes this hulking dude to finish you off and you can't do anything about it. I give UFC guys so much credit

    Daxota_Daxota_3 ай бұрын
  • Most dominant MMA fighter of all times, absolute best. Stand up, ground, submission, Jones has it all...great video btw👍

    Andrej AAndrej AАй бұрын
  • 2:27 that was brutal💀

    Whiterun GuardWhiterun Guard2 ай бұрын
    • Idk what your talking about but somehow ik

      chiefchiefАй бұрын
    • hahahahahahahaahhahahahahahahahahahh

      DoonsidesDoonsides2 ай бұрын
  • That elbow he throws is insane I would not want to be in the path of that.

    Gregg FridlineGregg Fridline4 ай бұрын
  • Dude, these documentaries are in a league of there own. You're the Bones Jones of Documentaries

    AlexMartAlexMart4 ай бұрын
  • Awesome video! Just a slight correction about Rampage - he hasn’t been stopped in the octagon, but he has been stopped in his career - in Pride prior to UFC.

    elbryantoelbryantoАй бұрын
  • Rampage had been stopped before he fought Jones. Silva ko'd him in pride in 2003

    Darth SmokerDarth SmokerАй бұрын
  • This DOCUMENTARY is so AWESOME. The Editing, storytelling, sound effects, Everything was perfect. Well Done.

    Jeremiah SEALJeremiah SEAL2 ай бұрын
  • Great video... Was a delight

    Steve JonathanSteve JonathanАй бұрын
  • I hate to say it,,, but what made Jon Jones a great fighter,,, was that he was not afraid to hurt you in any way possible...

    michael Jamesmichael JamesАй бұрын
  • Such fun times. It's like watching his climb for the first time again. Well done! This makes me even more excited for his Heavyweight debut.

    xDmztry vsvedinexDmztry vsvedine4 ай бұрын
  • i reckon jon will... submission win on francis duno what round tho

    DoonsidesDoonsides2 ай бұрын
  • Seems like John John was juiced up for a lot of these fights so what was really happening

    Julian Mozee'-RoseJulian Mozee'-RoseАй бұрын
  • I really hope this dude finally comes into terms with himself and be the best version of himself as well. He is definitely one of my favorite fighters and one of the greatest as well. The only true threat to him is the man he sees in the mirror. Truly one of the greatest inside the ring but not so much outside...

    V v VV v V4 ай бұрын
  • GOAT of ALL GOATS, This man is better at fighting than Tom Brady at throwing footballs or Michael Jordan playing Basketball.

    Losg602Losg6024 ай бұрын
  • Still the GOAT, hope he just keeps improving as a human being. He's so gifted, wish Jon well in his return .

    Eddie MasEddie Mas4 күн бұрын
  • GOAT

    Daniel BellDaniel BellАй бұрын
  • I'm going to say this every time it applies. God the quality of these documentaries is so high. It's insane.

    Joel MorleyJoel Morley2 жыл бұрын
    • OMG IT’s SO INSANE

      King DingalingKing Dingaling Жыл бұрын
    • @Joe Doe Is Mr Shotgun An Hall Of Famer Yet Sir!

      Tyree PowellTyree Powell Жыл бұрын
    • I mean you can tell the narrator isn’t very knowledgeable of the sport. Probably has only watched the UFC. He says “shogun was a legend of UFC”. Shogun was a legend in the sport of mixed martial arts, and made his name in Pride. Doesn’t even sound grammatically correct to say it the way he did. He also goes on to say Rampage has never been stopped... has he not seen rampage in pride being KOd by Wanderlei twice? Rampage had been stopped plenty of times, even shogun stopped him in pride. I stopped watching there

      Joe DoeJoe Doe Жыл бұрын
    • @Brian Nodwll my gmo cookies is close g,28.78% on the clinic box

      Shunderious CollinsShunderious Collins Жыл бұрын
    • Selective editing to finish the documentary. There are more highlights showing how Dominick Reyes defeated Jones fair and square. I watched the fight multiple times and still believe Reyes was robbed.

      david schneidedavid schneide Жыл бұрын
  • Love you John 😍

    Bhaskar jyoti KalitaBhaskar jyoti KalitaАй бұрын
  • What a beast, he is definitely gifted look at the way he fights it's so unique looks like from a movie 😅

    Kash MungKash Mung4 ай бұрын
  • Damn, you made a great documentary here brother! 9.3M views, hands down.

    Navi (BBC)Navi (BBC)2 ай бұрын
    • Ya , also I wish he include Glover texeria vs jon jones

      Kash MungKash Mung2 ай бұрын
  • I grew up an hour from the Jones brothers and you have to give credit where its due. There is nothing to help kids become what they have become. I might have a little bias bc hes the home team guy but Jones is the baddest man to ever walk inside the world of the UFC

    rain whenidie666rain whenidie6664 ай бұрын
  • Khabib and his father only respected 2 fighters in the UFC before his time - Jon Jones and GSP. Jones beyond a doubt had top level Fighter IQ and true killer instinct. His return to heavyweight should be interesting. I suspect he will work methodically with his leg kicks to open up takedowns and elbows. I am excited to see him fight Ngannou, Gane, and eventually Aspinall if he can keep his head level between fights!

    StoneStone2 ай бұрын
  • I knew JJ is the best to do it but never went deep into details. After this documentary,it’s him from 1-5 than everybody else. Dude is natural born fighter and I can tell you I’m ordering merchandise I don’t remember when was the last time I felt goosebumps like from JJ. The best for sure.

    gjoko petrushevgjoko petrushev2 ай бұрын
  • I didn’t want this video to end. Fantastic production. Earned my subscription easily.

    Carlos HuertasCarlos Huertas4 ай бұрын
  • 21:24 the most skillful Double Leg takedown ever in the UFC... On the former Captain of the US Olympic team.

    Muyanzi ReidMuyanzi Reid4 ай бұрын
    • But jones made it look easy lol

      John DelacruzJohn DelacruzАй бұрын
  • Very poetic how Jon Jones only loss has been to himself

    Ponternal BeatsPonternal Beats4 ай бұрын
    • @Sugar Daddy He wasn't even in his prime

      Cancer14Cancer14Ай бұрын
    • Its like tyson xD

      juuunitoonsjuuunitoons2 ай бұрын
    • Also should have been Gustaf

      Joe HudsonJoe Hudson2 ай бұрын
    • just like Mike Tyson

      way up softly🖤way up softly🖤3 ай бұрын
    • Whoah dude it seriously is

      Gavin HigginsGavin Higgins3 ай бұрын
  • Vitor breaks his arm Jon then almost breaks his like yo

    Jeremiah KingJeremiah KingАй бұрын
  • I started watching ufc because of this guy. He's my idol. He's the greatest mma fighter of all time regardless of the drugs and other incidents he's involved. This guy fought and cleaned the LHW division in his 20's. Even khabib can't do that. Khabib is just a better person. But we all know that Jon is the greatest. Can't wait to see him fight in HW.

    CMCCMC4 ай бұрын
  • "Rampage had never been stopped in his historic career" - Rampage was finished 4 times before fighting Jones.

    Julian MoranJulian Moran2 ай бұрын
  • Jones strikes combinations and deliveries are so beautiful it brings tears to my eyes. It's like watching beethoven perform a piece.

    Bbb TtttBbb Tttt2 ай бұрын
  • I made it about 10 minutes through the video before I had the urge to workout, what a great fucking documentary dude. I always loved Jon Jones and still do.

    Jon TaylorJon Taylor4 ай бұрын
  • Great documentary. Very well done. Shows all of his highlights. Shows that Bones is the greatest UFC champion ever. Just shows he has a substance problem. I pray he gets his shit together so when he comes back to be the greatest heavyweight fighters of all time. LET'S GO BONES

    Steve MacdaddySteve Macdaddy4 ай бұрын
  • Incredible work...thank you so much for giving this to us. I appreciate you for real.

    Trade with ElliottTrade with Elliott2 ай бұрын
  • I can't stop seeing his fights he's really the G.O.A.T

    Poli HasanlliuPoli Hasanlliu2 ай бұрын
  • Regardless of his behavior outside the octagon. there's no doubt that he's the most dominant fighter ever.

    Gamba ShagaGamba Shaga4 ай бұрын
  • He would’ve absolutely SHATTERED every single record in the UFC if he managed to just stay out trouble. This man was assaulting, not fighting, the best fighters from around the world. 6’4 with A 7’1 WINGSPAN. The greatest MMA fighter I’ve ever seen.

    Ha ha wallaceHa ha wallace4 ай бұрын
  • This man is insane this gave me chills

    sweet ComicTwistsweet ComicTwist4 ай бұрын
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