UFC Star Jon Jones Returns To Streets To Stop Vandals, Leads Prayer Circle With Cops
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UFC star Jon Jones isn't sitting back and letting vandals have their way with his city of Albuquerque, New Mexico. On Monday, he hit the streets once again to help stop the violence, rebuild and pray...
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"We are fathers, we are brothers, are business owners, we are members of this community and we don't want to see you spray painting for no reason. We don't want to see you guys throwing rocks through windows for no reason. We don't want to see you guys breaking down hard-earned businesses for no reason."

"Tonight we're gonna try and stop as many of you as we can."

Jones explained, "We come in peace. We're going to use our voices, our numbers and were going to be the difference."


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Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

Comments

11 Comments
Dude is a stand up guy. Super humble and down to earth. He has had some turbulence in his career, but this shows this mans heart. He could be doing the easy thing, and pile on like LeFraud Blames and the other followers. This is called true leadership and respect. Something those guys don't have a clue about.
Reply1 month
Jones is gaining a lot of people’s respect
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This guy is a total bad arse and is setting a great example. This is what leadership looks like people!!
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Then he did some coke and beat up the cops he prayed with
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That dude could literally end you in less than 30 seconds. I guess its easy to be badass behind a keyboard though....
1 month
I didnt say he couldn't beat me up lol.
1 month
One guy doing something good and you want to shite on him. Grow up.
1 month
Great gesture, unfortunately it didn't stop the looters!
Reply1 month
Now that's a leader.
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Good man doing good work.
Reply1 month
Alpha AF.
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