UFC 285: Jon Jones Chokes Out Cyril Gane in Two Minutes to Become HW Champ and Solidify His Status as the GOAT
On Saturday night, Jon Jones made history at UFC 285, becoming the first fighter to ever hold the UFC Light Heavyweight and Heavyweight titles simultaneously. In a stunning display of dominance, Jones choked out Cyril Gane in just two minutes to become the new Heavyweight champion. With this victory, Jones solidified his status as the greatest of all time (GOAT) in the sport of mixed martial arts.
The fight began with Jones immediately taking control of the center of the octagon. He used his superior reach and footwork to keep Gane at bay, while also landing a few hard shots. Gane was able to land a few shots of his own, but Jones was able to stay out of danger and keep the fight in his favor.
In the second round, Jones continued to control the fight, but Gane was able to land a few more shots. Jones then changed levels and took Gane down to the ground. From there, Jones was able to take Gane’s back and lock in a rear-naked choke. Gane was unable to escape and was forced to tap out, giving Jones the victory and the Heavyweight title.
With this victory, Jones has solidified his status as the GOAT in the sport of mixed martial arts. He is now the first fighter to ever hold two UFC titles simultaneously, and he has done it in dominant fashion. Jones has now won 14 consecutive fights, and he has not lost a fight since 2009. He is widely considered to be the greatest fighter of all time, and this victory only further cements his legacy.
Jones’ victory at UFC 285 was a historic moment for the sport of mixed martial arts. He has now become the first fighter to ever hold two UFC titles simultaneously, and he has done it in dominant fashion. With this victory, Jones has solidified his status as the GOAT in the sport of mixed martial arts, and he will undoubtedly go down as one of the greatest fighters of all time.