Jon Jones has been teasing a move to heavyweight and plans to make a splash in the division. In fact, he\u2019s offered to face Francis Ngannou on multiple occasions, as long as the money was right. But, an ongoing back and forth with the UFC stalled negotiations due to what Jon believed to be a \u201clow ball\u201d deal. However, now that Jones has relinquished, he has no direction to move, but upward. Although Jon would like a shot at the heavyweight title, champion Stipe Miocic sent a stern warning that it only takes one punch to put him out at heavyweight. https:\/\/www.instagram.com\/p\/CCtnr9HJyaw\/ Stipe Miocic on Fighting Jon Jones At UFC 252, Stipe Miocic faced Daniel Cormier for the third time. While some thought the match was controversial, he successfully defended his heavyweight title. Miocic won the trilogy by beating Cormier by way of unanimous decision after a contested but fairly controlled fight for the champion. Regardless of eye pokes, he remains the UFC heavyweight champion. And, with Jon Jones moving to heavyweight, Stipe wants Jon to know that heavyweight fights are different than 205lb contests. https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vAQKnH7Z1eJg \u201cListen, it\u2019s big boys and they\u2019ve got small gloves on. It just takes one. I don\u2019t care if you hit hard or not, you can still get caught. I don\u2019t care who you are. He\u2019s got great technique,\u201d Miocic said. \u201cThat\u2019s definitely gonna help him. He\u2019s very fluid in what he does. He\u2019s got a great, strategic plan to how he fights. Half the game is having a good plan every time you go in and fight.\u201d Patiently Waiting Regardless of Jon's accolades at light heavyweight, Stipe doesn't seem particularly interested in the fight. This is due to Miocic believing that there are more deserving contenders in the heavyweight division. Nonetheless, fans would like to see a matchup between Jones and Stipe. Especially to see how Jones competes at heavyweight. However, he'll have to wait his turn in line behind Francis Ngannou.