Jon Jones Does Good Work For The Holidays
Jon Jones is in the headlines, and it’s for something positive? That might just be a Christmas miracle.
The holiday season is generally a positive time of year for many, but for others it can be quite difficult. This is an area that Jones felt like he could be of assistance with. The light heavyweight champion decided to help out those less fortunate than he, ahead of the Christmas holiday.
In a post to his Twitter, Jones revealed that he wanted to give back to his community in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Therefore, he handed out winter coats and lunches to those in need. This came after he gave a ton of Christmas presents away as well.
Tomorrow Monday, December 23 I’ll be handing out winter coats at a free lunch for the public. 🎁
Location: Steelbridge – 2021 2nd St. NW, Albuquerque, NM 87102
Time: 11:00am – 1:00pm pic.twitter.com/8ibbEdbbwL
— BONY (@JonnyBones) December 23, 2019
In the picture, Jones is leaving the Burlington Coat Factory outlet store with a U-Haul filled with coats. At the time of writing, he has already passed out those coats. However, he shared some pictures of that heartwarming moment, too.
“It’s a blessing to give, spread love.”
It is nice to see a Jon Jones situation that does not involve controversy. He has had a rough time over the last few years, dealing with legal issues, tax problems, and PED failures. As a result, there has been a long line of negative press about the champ, so this is a pleasant change of pace.
Currently, Jones is expected to face Dominick Reyes on February 8th, at UFC 247. Of course, that gives him plenty of time to enjoy the holidays.